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Sunday, March 15, 2015 - 04:40

Yup!  It's 100% my work and CC0.

Sunday, March 15, 2015 - 04:39

Haha, this was actually a hack on Meadow Thoughts to make it more applicable to games.

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Thursday, September 15, 2011 - 14:29

Sure, they seem to use a texture that's not in the current Blender (probably used Farsthary's planet texture) but you might find useful parts anyhow.

Tuesday, September 13, 2011 - 11:26

It was years ago, I recall just having discovered how to use Audacity and having a microphone.

Thursday, May 26, 2011 - 19:53

I made a simple website for it


Do any of you guys know good places/sites where I could let people know about it?  It needs people who want to make a game with it, so that it goes in the right direction from here.


Sunday, May 1, 2011 - 14:13

CruzR, check if you have libfreetype6-dev package installed.  But you might be right because libraries in /usr/include/ didn't work for me.  Try adding the following line to CMakeLists.txt in the main folder and tell me if it helps:


Although it seems to have found /usr/include/FTGL, so idk...


As for the type of game engine, while it's kind of all purpose.  It basically has a window that you can draw on, a way to play sounds, keyboard/mouse input, stuff you need to make a game. :P  Here are some screens from expiriments with it, mostly to help me understand how I should go about implementing things (there are a ton of ways lol!)


Er, the images are to big...try selecting the text below them and dragging right or something...


This is the networking example I mentioned on #OpenGameArt running with the server and two clients all on localhost.  It's extreamly basic and all you can do is try to collect dandilions faster than everyone else.


Here's a quite old one.  What you see is a FBO drawn with a GLSL shader for this paused screen.  The game contains scene blending, i.e.  fading from the menu to the game and a bunch of other things, such as in-game level editing, and also yellow jackets.


An overworld for something I was thinking about.  You can walk around and enter minigames, collect things from 1 minigame that are needed in another and so on.  I also made a map editor as a seperate executable.  The next four screenshots are minigames within this one.


A working bejeweled with horrible, horrible graphics.


Yes, that is breakout lvl 1...


Digger with a shop.  Pixel collisions FTW!  No but really, there's more below, that you can't see here.


I didn't get any jewels in this screenshot. :/  BTW Brandon, here's where I used your completion sound, complete with realtime pitch-shifting.




Yup, it's a place to paint with custom GLSL brushes!


As you can see, none of them are complete games lol, but they are playable and they are only not complete cause I am lazy.

Sunday, March 13, 2011 - 18:56

Hehe, thanks.  Took me about an hour in all.