DDL: A Data Description Language DDL is an acronym for Data Description Language. DDL defines rule for encoding hierarchical data in a format which is both human-readable and machine-readable. The following is an example of valid DDL
In the year 1994, I envisioned a game. That vision makes certain demands on the quality of video and audio, haptics, and the mechanics of the game, which could not be realized with the means at that time. This ultimatevely made me abandon the realization of my vision for a long time. However, in the year 2021 most of these means are readily available. It is hence time to restart this project and realize my vision.