This website is intended to store links and information for and about differnt games that I have made personally within the programming class that I am taking. To try and help clear confusion on this websites layout I'll give a brief overview explaining each section. The top navbar section is used to hold the "Home" button that will take you to the main page. The dropdown section is meant to hold the links that will take you directly to the website that is being used to host the games. These links will take you off of this website so be careful before clicking.
Now the links on the left hand side of the screen, although they might be named the same as the above links they will not leave this website. These links will instead provide you more information about the individual game that they correspond too or any other information that might be sought after. As you've seen this main section here will hold all of the important information and or pictures that correspond with the correct insite link.
Some extra information not website related would be more about my programming class I've mentioned. For starters this is the first of my two years that I will be taking this class, and this is the last month or two of this first year. In this class we've done a fair number of different things already. Ranging from game programming, website creation, even a contest for a few different programming subjects such as database and website design. There's a few programming languages that we will learn within these two years, so far only Java and C# while Python and more will be done in the next year with more indepth knowledge for the first few languages we went through. At the current moment are final major project for this year is the task of making a simple exploration game with a few challenges mixed in. The Instructor wants us to focus more on terrain and landscaping instead of making a single building that the player is stuck inside of. The best games within the class get the opportunity to be showcased to the 8th grade that visits in order to check out the classes they wish to take, such as carpentry, auto-mechanics, welding, and of course programming, with many others I won't mention.
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