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Added on 01/05/2012
Tags: AI :: games :: C++


For the last couple of weeks, I have been working on a strategy game with working name 'Alien Farm'. I have done a lot of improvements and bug fixes and almost ready to move to creating a few campaign missions.

I also want to start creating a web site for the game so that people can read about it and join as testers. I do need another name though to fit the game better, hopefully some inspiration will come along.


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