Step 1: To begin, download Git for Windows and install it. You will get a tool called Git Bash, which is a command line editor similar to Command Prompt but with more powerful features. We recommend downloading the 64-bit variant unless you are running a very old PC that still runs on an x86 (32-bit) processor. You can use Microsoft’s official guide to determine whether your PC runs a 32-bit or 64-bit version of Windows.
Step 2: Create a folder where you can store the installation files for the game.
Step 3: Right-click on the folder and click “
Git Bash Here.”
Step 4: A Git Bash window will open after running the command. In this window, type the following commands after the
$ sign and press Enter after each:
git clone https://github.com/Sanakan8472/copy-dialog-lunar-lander.git
git submodule init
git submodule update
Step 5: The installation files will have been downloaded in the folder you created earlier. Now, download and install Microsoft Visual Studio.
Step 6: Open
Copy Dialog Lunar Lander.sln from the folder we created earlier in Microsoft Visual Studio. Make sure you do not change the code that opens in the editor box.
Step 7: Click on Build from the Menu Bar and then click on Build Solution. Alternatively, you can also press Ctrl+Shift+B.
Step 8: To run the code we just built, we need to click on Debug > Start Without Debugging.
This will activate the Copy Dialog Lunar Lander on your copy dialog boxes. You can now enjoy hopping from one mound to another on different planetary surfaces.