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Goran Milovanovic

Member Since 16 May 2012
Offline Last Active Aug 04 2014 07:37 AM

Topics I've Started

99 Bottles: A very difficult 3D "bottle thrower" game for Android.

04 August 2014 - 07:36 AM

Well, I can get a pretty decent score (as one would expect, from the developer biggrin.png), but I'm told it's quite difficult.




Give it a try: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nilunder.bottles.android

Writing a small dodge game in Elm [Video Tutorial]

04 December 2013 - 01:28 PM

I you're interested in developing a small browser game, using a functional language, you may find this helpful:



You can find (and play) the complete game here: https://github.com/GoranM/bluepill

Wtetris: OpenGL tetris clone (for those who want/need an example).

06 November 2012 - 07:46 PM

I wrote this OpenGL tetris clone in C. Here's a quick video that shows the game in action:


There are many tutorials that cover OpenGL and various other libraries, along with tutorials that cover the basics of C, but there are very few approachable examples of actual games that one could study.

I by no means claim that this game is ideal from that perspective, but there's not a whole lot of abstraction to wade through, and it's relatively well organized ( ... I think - Any opinions to the contrary would be welcomed, of course ).

You can get the source code here: https://github.com/GoranM/wtetris

Also, if anyone has any specific questions relating to the code, or the design choices I made, feel free to ask.

Video Tutorials: Blender Game Engine.

16 May 2012 - 07:20 PM

Blender is a very popular asset creation suite, which is usually cited as a worthy open source alternative to packages like Max and Maya, but very few people know that it also ships with a full fledged 3D Game Engine.

In my desire to make the Blender Game Engine more popular, and to help aspiring beginners, I created a set of video tutorials, which show the development of two relatively simple games:

Turret Defense - A very basic game that utilizes "logic bricks" to program simple behavior.
Tunnel Runner - A more complex game that utilizes the Python programming language.

The feedback from the Blender community was overwhelmingly positive, and I continued to produce additional videos. The most involved, up to this point, is a tutorial on "basic" networking/sockets, which flirts with the 1 hour mark; the rest of the videos are in the 30 minute range (for the most part), and can be viewed on my youtube channel, in the BGE Request Batch.

I hope that some of you will find these tutorials to be useful.

Also, any kind of feedback is welcome - be it positive or negative - as long it's constructive, it's very much appreciated.