Winning T-SQL Games from the Red Gate Software-Sponsored January 2006 Contest

This past January, Red Gate Software sponsored a T-SQL contest. The goal was to write a game in T-SQL that was fun to play. Below are the links to the three games that won. When you click on a link, you will be brought to a new page with the T-SQL code you need to set up and play the game, along with instructions. Have fun! If you have a T-SQL game you would like to share with the readers of SQL-Server-Performance.com, send it to sendto:webmaster@sql-server-performance.com.

First Place

Minefield by Ken Inglis

Second Place

Snake by Charles Mallabarapu

Third Place

Master Mind Numbers by Mirko Marovic




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