Twin Cities XNA User Group - Dec. 21st, 2007

Last night the TCXUG (that's my acronym for it!) had a "free-for-all" type of format, where a number of people demonstrated their projects. It was pretty impressive what some people have been able to pull of with XNA. I really liked the Rubik's Cube program, just because it let you pick an arbitrary number of cubes per row, so it was possible to have a 6x19x22 cube. The "turns" of the cube became quite insane...yet it made perfect sense (you had to see it to grok what I'm getting at). I'm really enjoying this UG so far and I hope it keeps going in the direction it's heading.

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