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My first (unfinished) game!

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Hey everyone! i made a OpenGL Game, although VERY simple and unfinished, but you can still play it! So, to know what you guys think of my game, here is the link: http://www.geocities.com/GhostGameDev/shootertest.zip Please understand that i am only 16 years old, i'm learning OpenGL from the net and game sources (Open-Source). Thank you for your attention;

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Hi,
Usually people doesn't like to download and execute a program. Its better if you also provide some screenshots so we may peek your game before trying it.

Luck!
Guimo

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I tried it for the kicks. But, no offense intended, don't call this a game, perhaps a test build for rendering features...

Also, I guess you didn't create the Ogre 3d model, otherwise that'd be one cool thing in this demo.

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you appear to be rendering things in teh wrong order.
The boxes that you can shoot are semi-transparent and should be drawn after anything that is solid such as Ogro the ogre, otherwise you get artifacts such as being able to see through Ogro whenever there is a box infront of him (poor guy) :)

SO: Solid stuff first - transparencies last (as a general rule)

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Very nice. I noticed the ogre guys shoot at you as well, good job. I noticed that you're using GeoCities for hosting so I thought I'd help you out a bit and put up a mirror on my server:

shootertest.zip - Rob Loach Mirror

Enjoy! That will probably be up for the next month or so.

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