[reactive] First draft of reactive-tetris

Conal Elliott conal at conal.net
Mon Nov 17 19:01:38 EST 2008


Congratulations!  As far as I know, you've made the first Reactive-based
game.  And it worked on my machine without any problem.

Regards,  - Conal

2008/11/17 Creighton Hogg <wchogg at gmail.com>

> Hey Reactive,
> Since I have no hosting space I'm actually going to include the
> implementation as an attachment all in one file.  It's not very long anyway,
> so it should be alright.
> A few caveats:
> This code is still _really_ ugly, but it does work as far as I've tested
> There is no game over, you need to quit manually
> There is no score or level adjustment yet.  I need to add that when I have
> more time, i.e. after this week
> That being said, my first real reactive program was surprisingly simple
> once I got comfortable with the semantics.  The actual reactive code isn't
> that complicated, but it did take a pretty big shift in thinking from
> writing explicit game loops.
> I've included a good bit of comments so it hopefully it isn't too hard to
> follow, but if there are any questions about why I did something a
> particular way (the answer may be 'I'm dumb') please e-mail me or find me on
> #haskell.
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