The goal of this game is to produce a remake of the classic game Hardwar that will be operating system independent. The aim is to stay as close to the original with a few minor changes while trying to keep the Hardwar world as dynamic and re-playable as possible.

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These past three weeks have been pretty good. I took two weeks holiday as I mentioned in my previous update and this week I have been working on the save functionality of the game.

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These past three weeks have been pretty good. I took two weeks holiday as I mentioned in my previous update and this week I have been working on the save functionality of the game. Currently you can move and place buildings, however without being able to save your layouts the whole thing is totally pointless, right?
Well hopefully not for long, I have been working hard on getting save functionality working. Current I'm still having some problems, but progress is being made.
Zeljko Lazic who is a music producer submitted a music soundtrack for the game. He has included two different versions for us to use. Please comment on what you think.
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olvimasta
olvimasta

is this a remake of the 1998 game or the original one from the 80s?

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Hardwar: Remake
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AndrewFenn
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