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Post » Fri Jan 31, 2014 9:28 am

Old School 3D Dungeon Exploration Test

Comes with an editor (But the start position is hard coded - so don't break it). It can't cope with anything much more than 2x2 so don't do anything massively complicated. Stick to corridors ;-)

I do plan to make it cope with far more complex dungeons and also more sophisticated views and movement options.

My bigger picture plan is to have Wilderness Travel, Towns, Dungeons etc.. and have a central server that means you can meet other people when exploring.

I may share the .capx but I'm a bit embarassed that my methods might be a bit crude! But then again, it would be nice to see if anyone would have done it differently.

http://goo.gl/nkCp2Scherbert2014-01-31 18:19:44
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Post » Sat Feb 01, 2014 9:57 pm

Try now.
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Post » Sun Feb 02, 2014 4:17 pm

@RookieDev , Thanks. Player art is actually from Ninja Gaiden and walls from Castlevania 3 just to get some kind of NES type visual for now. I'm probably last person on this planet who doesn't own any Android device so not sure about that
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Post » Mon Feb 03, 2014 10:40 pm

Isometric pathfind test

Try

w,a,s,d = move camera
left mouse = move player
right mouse = add wall
middle mouse = remove wall

It doesn't work quite as intended when there is no obstacles between (Only one node)
And also going trough diagonal walls.Katala2014-02-03 22:46:43
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Post » Fri Feb 07, 2014 7:38 pm

Isometric RTS tank test

Test

move = left mouse
insert wall = right mouse
remove wall = middle mouse
insert target = T (mouseKatala2014-02-07 21:34:48
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Post » Fri Feb 14, 2014 9:54 am

Here we go...
After 2 days of delirium induced rage... or was it rage induced delirium? Well, either way, i made an application that has a scaling ui that both adjusts its elements' positions and scales to fit every aspect ratio imaginable (works 100% of the time, every time), inluding text wrapping and so on. Also, it loads most of its data from a dropbox account, including a map of a city and a weather forecast. Also it features a news feed, which supports both images and text.

*sigh*
Of course, it's made using every shortcut in the book and "just works", don't expect greatness of this project, also, the link will 404 in the near future...

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/80437109/LimbaziLive/web-test/index.html

Buuut, i managed to run it successfully at my institution of education and not embarass myself, except for the small, little detail, that most of the people had no idea what i was talking about for half of the presentation - as if it wasn't bad enough that i threw technical terms left and right, i was also sleep deprived, which made everything even more incoherent... >_>

*hides under a rock*
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