My art studio class has been kicking my ass with deadlines, so I haven't had much time to do development stuff this week. I've been trying to figure out how to get blender to render normal maps so I can get an art-pipeline up and running.
So my roomate was like "so what if you could push in your game too?" So I used it as an excuse to sort of clean up the codebase and add some pretty tweening as a result of the GameDev thread about Juicing up Your Game, before I tackle moving platforms in warping space, which sounds god-awful.
As a result of adding a pushing mechanic, I found another glitch in the physics engine. Which is a shame, because I thought I would finally never have to ever open up that file ever again. It has something to do with outer edges of things, but I haven't quite figured it out yet.
So here's a little video of me playing around with the mechanics in a little demo world. Bugs start at 1:35, where you can see the weird edge glitch. Other than that, though, there's not much going on. Sorry I left the debug HUD up for like half the video, I've gotten kind of used to it so it didn't occur to me that it was up too long
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