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This is about my current Project that aims to create a Dwarf Fortress Clone with added and stripped features.

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#1 Grass and Animated Sprites introduced

Hello, this time i have worked on the ability to animate sprites, small but essential system changes, growing grass (to get a gist of the basic procedure i might use), developing a field of view algorithm for the entitys that are exploring the world Watch a short clip here: Video This took me longer then expected due to some bugs I encountered in the process. Next up I will probably have to carefully think on how I will not only proceed but also if my current setup is worth keeping, as retrieveing positions with my current build is quiet a hassle and will hurt performance once I start using field of view and pathfinding algorithms. I might have to give the world a fixed size (which i have some good solutions to make that aspect a feature).  It would really help me what you guys think has to be changed with dwarf fortress in terms of gameplay, as it decides how the game is built. So I would appreciate it if you could tell me either via PM or here in the comments your opinion on the matter.

GRASBOCK WindyOrange

GRASBOCK WindyOrange

#0 Basic World Generation

This is my first Entry. I have coded myself a custom engine in C using OpenGL. I have just fixed a lot of bugs regarding the World Generation resulting in this very smooth and giganting noise World. The world is procedurally generated and can expand very far outside (depending on how much RAM you have). The Image attached shows the World that has been generated by exploration of 200 Entities in a few seconds. The World is made up of Chunks which are 16*16 Segments (or blocks might be more familiar to you). At the same time it has about 5 layers rendered ontop of each other giving the world the depth that it needs. It is of course laggy when zooming out at this scale. 
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