How can a book published in 2005 be about Visual Basic 6?
Helloooo! VB 6 is dead! Not supported anymore. Learning it now is a total waste of time, even for a teen. The author should have written
a game programming book in VB.NET 2005, but I guess he, not being very young, is still stuck in his old habits and doesn't t have the proficiency to do it. Don't waste your time with stuff that belongs to the past, especially if you are young!
And just to confirm this, you VB6 dinos who are defending this book, a new edition is coming out now (2007) finally dealing with VB.NET. Wonder why if VB6 is so alive and well.... Anyhow, better late then never!