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Topic: The Screenshot Thread (Read 29287 times) previous topic - next topic

  • Flying Jester
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Re: The Screenshot Thread
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I've missed the screenshot thread.

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Re: The Screenshot Thread
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yes, yes, YES! Joystick support is nice to have.
If you use code to help you code you can use less code to code. Also, I have approximate knowledge of many things.

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  • Flying Jester
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Re: The Screenshot Thread
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And it's better than Sphere's was, too. It can handle more axes, more buttons, the 'hat' or D-pad is properly detected as being such, and there's a definite possibility of haptic support. .

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Re: The Screenshot Thread
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I appreciate all the work and can test any future force feedback capability with a PS2 controller, if you wish. :)

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Re: The Screenshot Thread
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That would be amazing! The joystick test game is included in the 0.2.2 binaries, too.

Re: The Screenshot Thread
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So the player walks up to various furniture in the crime scenes, and a box will pop up and tell them what it is. Neat huh?
Yes I'm using the default font. I mean, who makes their own?

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I like that. The style vaguely reminds me of a game I made a while ago. But much easier on the eyes. And more detailed. And you probably already have a better control scheme than I did. Keep it up!

Is that the default font? I used the default font for my shot at the top of the page, and it looks like you're using a much nicer one.

Well, you can always replace it later if you don't like it!

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I mean, who makes their own?


Well, I made my own custom font for blockman. However, there is an option to import Windows fonts to Sphere fonts in the file menu of the editor. Also, my Sphere editor can do such an import for you as well.

Nice screenshot though! Loving the art style.
If you use code to help you code you can use less code to code. Also, I have approximate knowledge of many things.

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Re: The Screenshot Thread
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Oh, it wasn't the default one. It's arial.rfn that I got from the system folder in Sphere.

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Re: The Screenshot Thread
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Finally, finally, FINALLY. I made smooth, working platforming collision detection.

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Finally, finally, FINALLY. I made smooth, working platforming collision detection.


Is that with or without the default map engine?

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It's all Majestic all the way.

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Re: The Screenshot Thread
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Nothing special, just showing off my textboxes and menu strips for Spectacles.  I've been trying for a minimalist design for Specs; really helps the atmosphere in my eyes, a more graphical approach would be out of place with Specs having as much emphasis on its story as it does.
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Re: The Screenshot Thread
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Showing off the (currently console-based) Spectacles battle engine. A proper battle screen is on the way, but almost all battle mechanics are implemented, which you can see here. Additionally, something you can't really tell by the screenshot, but I designed the Specs engine to be very flexible; it's easy to change battle formulas, add new move effects and stats, etc. without messing with the engine code at all.  Since I'm making the saga into a trilogy, having such a flexible engine is invaluable! ;)
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It's all Majestic all the way.

So Majestic has built-in tools for designing a platformer now? Considering my platformer is still having collision issues, I might mess with that, finally.