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About Creature Battle Lab with 0 comments by Dojo-Arcade on May 28th, 2015

Lighting the Battle Arenas Part 4

The Lab Scene was one of the easier battle arenas to light, as the assets were simple in terms of their shape, and also there being no theme set around the outside. When lighting this scene I just used a warm to cold transition of colours while ensuring that the outer walls were much darker than the playable area.

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The magma was the easiest scene to light, as this was lit mainly by the self-illumination shader created by Cory, the only lights in this scene were lights for the screens, and a few filler lights to help any assets that had shadows that were to dark.

Originally I had attempted to place a spotlight at the player and enemy start point; however, this looked very odd when the characters started to move around the arena.

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When designing the rock arena, due to there being many different levels and colours in the assets. (Brown small rocks, orange sandstone etc), my main aim was just to unify the scene as best as possible. As a result I used a fairly aggressive warm colour in the centre of the arena, and also on the sections of the theme set that encroached on the playable area. This helped draw the player in and also unify all the colours to an extent. I ten rapidly faded out to a much darker value outside of the arena to help it pop. And tried to use less of a red tint on the arena walls, to help bring through the cooler colours of the sky, and act as a point where the player’s eyes should stop and return back to the arena.

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Dangerdane111 Apr 13 2013, 7:04am says:

With an engine like this is it possible to create a game similar to stalker? sorry im not a game creator or anything just simply asking a question.

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Echo.Interactive Jul 5 2013, 8:22pm replied:

Yes, I'm currently creating a game that is a mix between Stalker and Metro

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dufake Apr 26 2013, 2:13am replied:

There's already one, but it doesn't feature A-Life.
It's too much work for converting Unity into x-ray.


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Guest Apr 25 2013, 12:19pm replied:

you can make a stalker game

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PetertheHe Apr 18 2013, 2:35pm replied:

Yeah! All you need to do is be able to convert ideas into code!

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tomasio12 Apr 11 2013, 7:54am says:

created new game in russia "свет" very cool game and creator: Сергей Сергеевич Носков

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pivot4469 Apr 10 2013, 2:10pm says:

Can someone help me make a game with this? :D

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Pixel_Reaper Mar 14 2013, 2:58pm says:

Hey guys. Celestial games studio has recently developed a tool that integrates with Unity. It's called Parley, Parley is a professional Quest and Dialog editor for games developers. Check it out here: Celestial-games.com

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