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Here we will be adding the first sprite in our game, the paddle, which is controlled using the mouse. At this point, we will be able to benefit from the setting-up that we have done in the first two screencasts.
Note that this video does not stream in the player above (unlike most of our ShowMeDo videos), due to a problem with the SWF file. You can play the original SWF file by clicking on this link.
Uploaded on 5th January 2007. Full source-code is available in the wiki. If you like this video and you'd like to encourage Chuck, you can leave a comment for him here and vote for the series over at DZone.com.
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