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tech: Game code available
Posted on Tuesday, August 08 @ 02:39:05 CEST by rebecca

Tools Anonymous writes "Thought I'd let you all know I've pulled out of game dev (I have been doing a research masters in comp-sci on real-time audio synthesis for computer games and have been acting head of a games reseach lab this last semester). Getting involved in commercial game dev means getting ripped off and burnt along with making truly crap games (oh what an industry!) and I find teaching it to be unethical in Australia at this point in time, primarily due to industry size and attitudes.

I've released some code from my studies recently, anyone working on multithreaded real-time software or game engine development may find it useful.

http://ldk.sourceforge.net

Lorien Dunn
acmipark Sound Programmer"

 
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