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|May 18 2012, 2:10pm Anchor|
Hi everyone. I'm new here and just starting out with game programming. I had to make asteroids for a class, and before I submit it, I was hoping I could get some feed back.
Any comments would be appreciated!
You can download it on the front page of my website: billybasso.com
Also, here's some screenshots:
|May 19 2012, 6:35pm Anchor|
I'll ask about the graphics!
How did you make those effects in the first few stages? Were they a bunch of repeated objects that started rotating at different times?
|May 19 2012, 9:27pm Anchor|
Yeah, basically! The backgrounds are way simpler than they look. I just took a grid of rotating cubes, spaced them close enough to clip through each other, then just adjusted the spacing, rate of rotation, and colors to make the wide variety of different patterns. They all start at the same time, and rotate at the same speed.
|May 19 2012, 11:26pm Anchor|
That's really clever, and it turns out really nicely! I think I'll try a 2D analogue of that for a game I'm working on. Thanks for the idea!
|May 23 2012, 1:33pm Anchor|
Nice start, Billy.
I would say, in the first one you need either the hue, saturation, or brightness to contrast a little more with the background.
Edited by: NGS616
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