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Posted 24 Jun 2012Are there any tutorials on creating Java 2D games going from a simple game of Pong to a game like asteroids or a 2D Minecraft-like game?
Theres a 3 part tutorial on how to make minecraft 2D. Its in youtube.2D Minecraft Tutorial
Is there a tutoiral on how to make a GUI to pop up after a certain key is pressed? (3D/2D game). Or simple voxel like terrain generation since im looking everywhere on how to start a voxel type terrain generation.
Posted 24 Jun 2012
Posted 20 Jun 2012Ill just need to read the documents for Gosu to see how i can use it. And get a better understanding of Ruby to make some console games first. Then try something bigger.
Posted 20 Jun 2012You had the right idea - this is one I turned to google with when I first encountered it. To build gems that have native extensions (any gaming gem probably has this) you need some development libraries.
Check out the gem install lists at the top here:
I'm actually a fan of how well documented this is, so I may have to give Gosu a try in the future.
Edit: Also I wanted to point out that using sudo to install gems on Ubuntu is generally required (I've never had it work without sudo), so that was the correct path.
The link has pretty good instructions on adding the libareis. I finally got it to work, Im just waiting on the downloading part from terminal. From the looks of it it has alot of files to install that are for the core, And it tells you what to do first. The video i saw for installing this didnt show this first. Thanks.
Posted 20 Jun 2012Hmm I tried to install gosu and i just get a
jaime@ubuntu:~$ gem install gosu Fetching: gosu-0.7.43.gem (100%) ERROR: While executing gem ... (Errno::EACCES) Permission denied - /var/lib/gems
I might be doing the command wrong i think. I tried
jaime@ubuntu:~$ sudo gem install gosy ERROR: Could not find a valid gem 'gosy' (>= 0) in any repository ERROR: Possible alternatives: gosh, gosu, nosy, rosy jaime@ubuntu:~$ sudo gem install gosu Fetching: gosu-0.7.43.gem (100%) Building native extensions. This could take a while... ERROR: Error installing gosu: ERROR: Failed to build gem native extension.
And just get another error ._. . I might be doing something wrong or its the server the files are located at?
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