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    2D Game (With GDI+) - VB.NET

    I felt like experimenting with GDI+ a while ago,

    (The game involves moving yourself around with the arrow keys... nothing else lol, but the map and movement is cool)

    EDIT: You must delete the exit button on the form, as it takes focus from the form and the arrow keys don't work

    I made a 2D game, that has a fairly smooth movement (timer based), it moves in grids, and the grid (map) is a two dimensional integer array, which refer to a hatched brush (tiles)

    Making this helped me a lot, and it might hopefully help others too.
    (I'd appreciate any comments)

    Cheers
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