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This Week in Game-Guru - 11/12/2018

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This week's update may actually make it to the Game-Guru news page, woohoo!

We'll see.  I've been in communication with TGC's marketing person and it's moving forward, albeit a bit slowly.

Official Game-Guru News

Well, it doesn't appear they have added anything new as of this writing, though typically news releases seem to be done later today or tomorrow.  In the interim I can say I found this site:
Which currently only has one post but hopefully yours truly will see the light of day there soon.

What's Good in the Store

This week we've got two entries.  One is a timely turkey, as it were, just in time for the grand American holiday of Thanksgiving were we gorge ourselves on copious amounts of food and then fall into a comatose state.
A little small, by 'murican standards.

Campana productions put this one together and you can find it here: https://www.tgcstore.net/product/32155

Next we have a really nicely done pack of snow-themed assets.


It's got everything from buildings to vehicles.  I'm also happy to see he included a few free models for you to trial as well.  It's well priced at $8.00 which is a bargain by any standards.

You can get your copy here: https://www.tgcstore.net/pack/11058

Free Stuff

In the realm of free stuff we're getting into the giving time of year and it shows!
Lafette, as mentioned, has a few free things on that pack you should grab.  He also made a train station too though.

You can get your copy of the 'Free old German train station' here: https://forum.game-guru.com/thread/220209

It appears GraphiX is making headway on his new kit, though I'm not sure if it will be free (though he keeps posting updates to the free forum so.. maybe?).  You can watch a video on this interesting sci-fi pack here: https://youtu.be/CToyFLW70d0

Mstockton released some free music over at his site.  Definitely head on over and make sure to like the page for him! https://michaelstockton.net/cartoon-casual-game-tracks-volume-1

Honkeyboy released some Lua code for Game-Guru that allows you to setup chatting NPCs relatively easily.  https://forum.game-guru.com/thread/220225#msg2608076
It's mostly to control the animations though so you'll still need to manage all the other elements such as sound and text. 

Third Party Tools and Tutorials

I found this ENORMOUS tutorial playlist on Game-Guru related topics on youtube over the weekend while doing book research: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HjSBCevTnYI&list=PLot9BTdhKKd4KV91P7WkIKVsybktHu1Za

Random Acts of Creativity(WIPs)

This has been an absolutely crazy week for updates so if I missed you, apologies.  I *THINK* I got them all.  So in no particular order....

Schneeky has a fairly well done Medieval project put together.  I'm curious how this will bear out.  https://forum.game-guru.com/thread/220228

Honkeyboy started a new project.  Not so sure about this one, but if he polishes it, maybe it'll take roots for him.  https://forum.game-guru.com/thread/220201#msg2607752

A new user "OPENLOAD" made an italian title that looks very promising "Il mio primo lavoro "Memory of the Hedolan": https://forum.game-guru.com/thread/220223

Of particular note is DVader, who crawled out of the woodwork to deliver a holiday-themed project.  Why this is noteworthy is DVader is actually a fairly competent coder so you can expect some interesting work from a technical standpoint in this project.  https://forum.game-guru.com/thread/220214

Ertlov released a slice of his game 'Into the Ice' for testing - check it out here: https://forum.game-guru.com/thread/206985?page=3#msg2608009

Bonesy continues to update Cyberfi and it's actually starting to look like a real game.  This is a great example of what happens when you focus, buckle down and actually WORK on your projects!

Granada's been working on some guns in Game-Guru and I have to say I love the exaggerated look!


In My Own Works

I'm drawing closer and closer to completing my book, now within striking range of my target for completion.  I'm at 110,000 words and counting.  Once I pass 120k I'll probably keep going to 125/130k and then remove about 3-5k for editing.

This week was all about advanced AI control, sales, marketing, and piracy.  Very preliminary editing work began with chapter reorgs and other things.

Further this week will be mostly Lua oriented as I wrap up the 'intro' chapter to Lua, then do a complete Lua command reference for Game-Guru, and if I have time work on the Advanced Lua chapter (which I will admit I am somewhat dreading).

See you next week!

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