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ABAP isn’t a language designed for game developement…However, some people on SCN has come to show that with some imagination, everything is possible.

Of course…We’re not going to be able to do some 3D games…At least not yet…But we surely can have some fun with simple and not so simple games…

That’s why I have created a WIKI page where you can put the link to your game in the form of Blog, WIKI page or Code Sample.

ABAP Games 

What I want to achieve with this, is to prove that ABAP is not an old fashion programming language for large enterprises…It’s a great programming language that can also be fun.

So go ahead…go crazy and start doing some ABAP games.

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  1. Naimesh Patel
    Hi Blag,

    While reading your blogs, I learnt that you have the same degree of the inclination towards the games…
    Recently, I have created a game in ABAP but I am not able to attach ABAP code in the blog. I am very new to blogs so, may be I don’t know the right technique.

    Please share, how to attach code to the blog?

    Thanks.

    Regards,
    Naimesh Patel

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    1. Alvaro Tejada Galindo Post author
      Naimesh:

      Sure, what I use is the HTML TEXTAREA tags…You must press the HTML button in the WYSIWYG editor and paste the following…

      Greetings,

      Blag.

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  2. Thomas Szücs
    There’s an easter egg in Netweaver 2004s for all of us who would like to enjoy learning Web Dynpro for ABAP. Two of the demos I implemented there during my time at SAP are in fact games: Othello (Reversi) and Mastermind. Feel free to check out  Web Dynpro ABAP applications and components named OTHELLO and MASTERMIND.
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