So I've been working on this version of Checkers. It's based off a previous project from Python a while back. As of now, only two-player is supported, but AI will come later.
I tried taking an animated screenshot using Nick's method, but it ended up giving me a 350 MB gif.
Moving screenshots has now been created! With 79KB!
Last Edit: 03 January, 2012, 00:51:21 by cyanophycean314 »
@saintrunner: Although the time stamp says that, I glanced at the topic summary and saw a new post!
@Nick: Moving to those squares aren't possible. Jumping multiple times will be added later. I've read on wikipedia that it's called draughts and if given the opportunity to take a piece, you must. I've never heard of those two facts until now...
Looks nice. By the way aren't the white pieces normally red? I didn't play chess in 15 years but every board I got came with red and black pieces.
Last Edit: 03 January, 2012, 01:52:42 by DJ_O »
Ah ok. Maybe it depends of the region or it was just a coincidence. Not that it matters much to me though, I always lost to the game, anyway
Last Edit: 03 January, 2012, 02:12:41 by DJ_O »
Cool! How did you get a moving screenie?
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When using TI-Nspire student software, use Camstudio to record an avi file then virtualdub to export as GIF. CalcCapture also works and gives much smaller file sizes, but the quality suffers.