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Posted this is Game Programmming but got no replys :( Well, this is my first propper demo in OpenGL. The language I used was C++; the game's called Ultimate Chaos, and you can find it here: http://www.purplepolygon.ugtech.net/downloads/programsByMe/programs.html Just scroll down to the very bottom, and you will see it. Feel free to make a comment on my site about my games (via the green link at the top of the page). Tell me what you think, and how it runs on your comp, etc.

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hi

Neat game protocol. Congratulations on getting it finished.

My wife played it for a while, and she got stuck several times in the trees after exiting a building. The building which is down and to the right of the start position that has a tool box inside.

well done.

regards

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Thanks for the reply Kizsam. That bug is caused by my collision detection system. I never got around to fixing it, though. I guess I could just create a set position for when the player exits the house or something, but I think i'll just leave it the way it is, and start on my new game (i'm too eager).


This game doesn't seem too appealing, telling by the reply rate/quantity. Owell, it IS my first OpenGL game.

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May I suggest that you fix it anyway? Even if you want to move on to anoher game.

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I did try your game when you put it up in the other board I didn't feel like replying that's all [razz]
The game is ok but it still needs polishing and the legs on the character look really strange when he moves around you should probably fix that...Nice work though.

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AP: I tried a few times to fix it, but I couldn't resolve the issue. The way I foolishly designed the in-house setting screws around with the outside when you're in there, and I descovered that a resolution would be difficult and time consuming.

meatbeef: Since the legs are cones, and I am not too good with maths, I don't think I would be qualified to create better leg motion. I tried for many hours to make the legs look as good as they do now, but maybe I should just leave that and make my next game with no excuses.

Thanks for replys.

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Quote:
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May I suggest that you fix it anyway? Even if you want to move on to anoher game.

take this advice, at least make it playable through the end.

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