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  • Lucky's VB Gaming Site: A `resource` for VB programmers interested in learning DirectX. Includes tutorials, links, and source code.
  • 2D Arcade Game Engine For Visual Basic: High level "2D via 3D" arcade game engine for Visual Basic using DirectX technology.
  • 4000 A.D. Game Source Code: 4000 A.D. is a play-by-email strategy game of galactic conquest.The source code includes all of the .frm, .frx and .bas files (over 4MB in total), as well as all of the game's graphics, ready to be loaded into the Visual Basic IDE.
  • Anton's VB Gaming Site: Reference for game developers using Visual Basic. Message board, source code, tutorials, downloads, and links.
  • Baronsoft: Home of the Online RPG Engine (ORE). ORE is an easy way to create an online game without having to do the engine coding yourself. [Open source, GPL]
  • Loren Fiore Software: Site containing programs and code from Loren Fiore. Also containing tutorials and articles on many vb topics.
  • Lowry Software: Welcome to Lowry Software. Learn how to program games using our DirectX, Visual Basic, and C++ tutorials.
  • Lukman VB Gaming: Games which author created using Visual Basic with source codes.
  • Project X: An online RPG made in VB. Source code.
  • Senator Games: There's a complete game written with VB/DirectX 7 at this site.
  • Skorloto Lottery Game: 6/49 lotto game. Small and simple. Includes Visual Basic 6.0 source code.
  • SpaceHulk-SP: A turn-based strategy game based on the boardgame of the same name. All missions from the 2nd edition Space Hulk game are included. The VB6 source code is available.
  • Students of Game Design: Game design tutorials and examples for beginners building from the ground up.
  • Tetris: With source code in Visual Basic.
  • VB Links - Game Programming: Designing full graphic applications or developing games with DIRECTX is a new horizon of MS Visual Basic programming. You can create your imagination and develop it as fast as you design. There is a very useful tutorial to learn more about it. Plus links to other VB/DirectX sites.
  • VBGamer: VB game programming site with developer news, tutorials, files, game reviews, articles, a message board, the "Big Huge Games List".
  • VbGames: A place where the Visual Basic Programmer can learn to develop VbGames, featuring source code, tips, tutorials, training courses, links, and games.

 

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