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Posted 15 Jul 2013Started with the new engine since DBD was a prototype.
Welcome to DOOR FIST.
You play as a mutated doorknob, and you have to fight your way through a ton of enemies and stages.
Made in about 1 week and a half, with our new tools, with tool improvements this is already easy to make games.
Posted 15 Apr 2013For anyone interested, instead of using a RTB, I decided to use Malison: http://bitbucket.org...lison/wiki/Home
What I did was create a normal text box, then I just put this somewhere
rtBox.Text = txtBox.Text;
For some stupid reason this works, something with how the RTB imports any type of information.
Posted 16 Feb 2012I am not a fan of teaching kids to program by making them make a game... it rarely works.
Why wouldn't it work? OOP is very easy to learn and is easy to put into a game perspective, XNA tutorials are tied around people not knowing a thing about games programming, check out 3D Buzz tutorials.
I started programming because I love games, and have a certain drive that say I must program, I get really bored with non game related programming, but put into a games perspective and I'll pick it up really easy.
You still have class files, varibles, learning to make a downloader to update your game, importing images, learning client/server programming, learning about data packets and regex to name a few .etc.
Why would you ever thing that someone who's game centered, wouldn't learn as much as someone not game centered?
I'm failing to see this. And if a kid wants to make a game, you can make console version of pokies, black jack, hangman .etc.
Posted 20 Dec 2011impliedgames.com/website/downloads/TerrainEditor3D.rar
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- January 5, 1985
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