Yes, I did (more than once!). But I can be a bit slow on the uptake, me.
Sorry, but why then offer/submit a game that doesn't even run under BBCSDL for inclusion on the 'BBCSDL Games' page?It was aimed at BBC Basic for Windows.
I wanted to! My initial attempts were not successful, so I will have another go tonight.You dont need to play it.
I should have stated this already, but I would admittedly prefer games that make at least some use of SDL 2.0's capabilities in terms of graphics and/or sound.Like I said it may not meet minimal requirements in fun factor.
Take a look at the various illustrative graphics and sound-based example programs written by Richard, and BBCSDL ports of my programs that were originally written for BB4W: Tower demo, Xmas Demo II, Forces of Darkness, Tyoob, etc.
There's so many useful SDL-relevant code snippets & ideas in there you can borrow/adapt for your own programs (although browsing the official SDL 2.0 docs is important and often necessary too, of course).