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Carambolage

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Contents

  1. License
  2. Download
  3. Build
  4. Contributing
  5. Just saying thank you

A game written in Rust!

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We are big fans of Rust and have been using this programming language in our working environment for some time now. After getting used to the fact that Rust doesn't let us get away with stupid things that crash our code at runtime (at least that's how we see it at the moment), we've become attached to this modern language.

Sadly, you're always busy learning good patterns during your work, so you have to think about and rethink sooo much, and the fun is a little bit left behind. That's why we decided to write a little game in Rust. This is all about the fun of programming (if you found this project on GitHub, you can probably understand that). But that also means that we don't think so much about what we're typing down now.


Controls

controls Quit: [Esc]

Player 1
movement: [W],[A],[S],[D]
boost: [Left Shift]

Player 2
movement: [Up],[Left],[Down],[Right]
boost: [Right Shift]

Show info: [F1]


License

GNU General Public License v3


Download

You can download precompiled binaries for your system below:

Build

You have to setup GLFW on your system in order to build the game.


Contributing

Sorry, no contributing guideline yet.

Dependencies

  • GLFW
  • OpenGL 3.3 compatible hardware

A huge thanks to

  • The Rust Team
  • Joey de Vries Author of learnopengl.com
  • YOU for spending your time reading this readme, playing the game or even contributing to the project!