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Going to War: Creating Computer War Games by Jason Darby

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Program Creation Process in MMF2

Creating war games, or, in fact, any type of game, in MMF2 follows the same process. This process can be categorized as follows (but not necessarily in this order):

  • Creating a New Application: An application in MMF2 is effectively a new blank worksheet to create your program.

  • Creating the Frames: A frame is a self-contained level or screen within your program. You can create a single frame or multiple frames for your application. Frames can be linked to and jumped back and forth from.

  • Setting the Scene: This may involve importing images, drawing images, or placing graphics on different frames.

  • Adding Functionality: You can add extra power and functionality to Multimedia Fusion using Objects, which are placed within ...

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