These pages are being created by what I call interactive development. Here's how it is works... The more you show me interest in the topics I have here, the more I get inspired to work on these pages. So go ahead and mail me and tell me what you want to see here soon.


Other DirectX pages:

Yahoo's DirectX Wow there are a lot of DirectX pages now
Game X Programming games for Windows 95 using DirectX Technology
The DirectX Developer's Page Lots-o-great stuff about Direct X

What in the world could Windows 95 be doing to help games?

Father Bill's scripture on hot games:

The Microsoft® DirectX™ Software Development Kit (SDK) provides a finely-tuned set of application programming interfaces (APIs) that give you, as a developer, the resources needed to design high-performance, real-time applications, such as the next generation of PC games and multimedia applications.

Microsoft developed the DirectX SDK for several reasons. The primary reason is to make performance on Windows-based platforms rival or exceed performance on MS-DOS-based platforms and game console-system platforms. Another reason is to promote game development for Windows, and to assist you by providing a robust, standardized, and well-documented platform for which to write games.


Where can I get all this neat stuff?

DirectX 5.0 DDK

Platform SDK Components for DirectX Media Developers

What about NT?


Send your questions and comments to Tod Semple. Suggestions for new topics you would like to see here are greatly appreciated. Page last updated on 11/03/97. This page has been accessed times.
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