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README.md

Team 3 - Super Smashteroids

An Asteroids-inspired (1979 game, by Atari) game written in Java.

Implementers

This game is developed by Omar Abdelkader, John Lian, Henry Lu, Charlie Marokhovsky, Nicolas Martin, and Andrew Penhale.

How to Run

If you would like to compile yourself:

git clone https://github.com/winter2013-ecse321-mcgill/team3.git
cd team3/src
javac astr_pkg/MainMenu.java
java astr_pkg/MainMenu

It would be preferable to have javac -version of 1.7.0 or above.

How to Play

Moving

By default:

  • W: accelerate
  • A: turn left
  • D: turn right
  • Space: shoot

Alternatively, if changed in options:

  • Up: accelerate
  • Left: turn left
  • Right: turn right
  • Space: shoot

For Player 2 if multiplayer is selected

  • Up: accelerate
  • Left: turn left
  • Right: turn right
  • Enter: shoot

Quitting

  • ESC: quit the game

Known Issues

  • Currently, if the program is compiled outside of Eclipse (our chosen IDE), any resources (fonts, images, music) cannot be used by the game due to directory issues.
  • If running on Linux, change the LINUX boolean in Constants.java to true. If in a non-Linux OS, set it to false.

Dependencies

Super Smasteroids requires the latest version of Java installed to compile and run successfully.

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