I bought Blitz Basic 3D in December 2003 because I needed to convert one of my programs into 3D for a publishing company. After using it for a few weeks I decided that I could use the language for several projects as it is easy to learn, fast at displaying graphics and has a large user base.
As it's name suggests Blitz is a BASIC (Beginner's All-Purpose Symbolic Instruction Code) language and has similarities with other BASIC languages that I have used (Commodore Basic, AMOS, AMOS Pro and to some extent Visual Basic). Because of the similarities I was able to create a few simple programs in a relatively short amount of time and so this page is being used as a showcase for my current work in progress.
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Please ask if you wish to use anything for your own projects or if you have any questions about anything featured (Contact Me link in menu bar at top of page). Thank you.