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Multi-user Hex is complete and online, click. You begin by logging in with any user name which puts you into the game's chat room. From there you can invite anyone else in the chat room to play a game with you. This of course requires that someone else besides you is in the chat room.

Orpheus' Revenge is coming along nicely. That's the project my group is developing for 2D Games Programming. It's a 2D side-scrolling platform shooter. We have found someone to help with the art and animation for the game's main character: Qing, an IT student. Though she's very busy this quarter like the rest of us, Qing has already provided us with preliminary sketches of the hero, Orpheus. We chose one of the drawings for it's simplicity of style which also works well with our game. For the latest screenshot of our game, click.

Music Theory continues to be a challenge for me, and I'm thankful I had the guts to take it. I'm finally learning about music rather than sitting around wishing I knew more. My instructor says I'm doing well in the course, though my test grades have been a bit lower than is comfortable for me and my GPA. Regardless of whether I get a B, I have already enrolled in Music Theory II next quarter.

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