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Creative Computing Club Introduction to Processing (Java)

Make a simple maze game and learn the basics of Processing in the the "process""

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Here is a simple guide to making and learning how to code a simple maze game in Processing. This game was made by Matthew C. Applegate / Pixelh8 while creating programming learning resources for the Creative Computing Club.

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:) Enjoy

Matthew C. Applegate / Pixelh8

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Level: (Beginner)

Duration: (duration, 90-120 Minutes)

Teaches: (Basic Introduction to making a maze game in Processing)

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