An Othello / Reversi Game in VB5 / 6

This code sample shows how to build the Reversi Game in VB and the logic behind the moves made by the computer. It also demonstrates some good graphical techniques.

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PROJECT NAME

Othello.vbp

ENVIRONMENT

This is a VB5 project, which will run under Windows 9x. No other than basic VB-controls are used.

YOU CAN LEARN

The code is too specific for this game, so you only can learn how to implement game rules & thinking, besides some general graphical skills...

COPYRIGHT

None. I made the code myself and everybody is free to use it.

RUNTIME FILES

  • Othello.exe
  • othhelp.htm
  • othello.gif

CODE FILES

  • Othello.vbp/.vbw
  • frmOth.frm/.frx
  • frmStart.frm/frx
  • othello2.ico

Download Zipped Project File (38k)



Comments

  • Doesn't work

    Posted by Keegan Huberdeau on 03/10/2015 11:41am

    Some files are missing and don't work. :/

    Reply
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