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Since a few months I've the idea of forking a little side project from RogueBox Adventures after the next release. The game would have one huge randomly generated map with towns,wilderness and dungeons on it and play a bit like a classic crpg. I also have an raw idea for a plot already where the player needs to solve different themed dungeons in order to save the world.
I'm not sure if I really will start this project but I guess it could be a cool game.
#rba #rbadev #gamedev #freegaming #foss
Today I've been playing a cool #FOSS #Roguelike #Mech game: https://forum.freegamedev.net/viewtopic.php?f=22&t=8112 It's really amazing! You can create your own mech, equip it with tons of different stuff, including modules, armor, radars, missile launchers, swords and embark on a quest to help the Universe deal with planets ecology :)
Reorganized completely the Actors bodies management system. Now it's ready for multi-component bodies with skeletons. #RPG #GameDev #Decoherence
Yeah... and failed #PROCJAM. Eventually I found the problem with my jams - I'm zero in "front-end" (i.e. GUI) development - it takes me months (actually years) to make something usable. That means no jams anymore. They just bring depression and understanding of own uselessness. Just keep on pointless work on Decoherence - I know I can't ever finish it.
Arrrrrggggh... I have to rewrite completely the Scene loading procedure, thou it will allow unification of all 3D objects in-game management. But that's darn rewriting 2 units of code without being able to compile anything... in order to get animated bodies finally working. #GameDev #RPG #Decoherence
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It's kinda an offshoot of Game Making Tools, which is a wiki(+) for a similar audience.
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