__Direct3D Tutorial [Updated]__

Submitted on: 1/22/2015 12:44:00 AM
By: Matt Carpenter (from psc cd)  
Level: Intermediate
User Rating: By 127 Users
Compatibility: VB 6.0
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     A Tutorial on how to do Direct3D7 Retained Mode Graphics! HTML file and an example! Every line of code is commented and easy to understand. Begin making 3D Games with this article! I WORKED A LONG TIME ON THIS ARTICLE! If you like it, PLEASE VOTE FOR ME on PSC :) I am also planning on putting out a 3D flight simulator soon so keep lookin-

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You may find this example really boring so
make it more exciting your self. Try making a 3D maze! Or maybe a racing game! What? You don't have any clue how? You will if you read this tutorial! 
After you read it:
1: Rate this- I'd like to hear what you think!
2: Make your own cool D3D Game

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