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Operation: Aftermath is a Multiplayer-Based top down shooter, developed by Dark Fire Entertainment. Operation: Aftermath will feature a large amount of singleplayer and multiplayer modes including classics such as Deathmatch, Capture The Flag, King of the Hill and others! A Co-Operative Survival mode can be played by 1-4 players, on the same PC, or over a network, featuring boss encounters and a shop selling weapons, items, defenses and upgrades. Use a variety of weapons to defeat your opponents, ranging from Pistols and Magnums, to Pulse Rifles and Crossbows. Find out which weapon is right for the job. Play multiplayer online, over LAN or using splitscreen. The fun doesn't end there, with online highscores and an advanced map editor, you'll be competing with others and sharing your levels for a long time.
We take a look at the level editor, and some other changes being made to the game.
Posted by Jenraux on Feb 15th, 2013
Hello, welcome to this weeks development diary.
To kick off, I would like to mention that the Pre-Alpha test release will no longer be available for download as of Monday, 18th February, as it no longer reflects the games current state.
Now onto the main focus of this article.
I have spent most of this week designing the games level editor. I decided that I would scrap the current levels in the game, and remake them using a level editor, not only would this make it easy for me to create levels, it would also be able to let me show you what you can do in the level editor.
For the moment it's fairly basic, just allowing you to place the 4 player spawners, some walls, and a spawner for AI in survival mode.
Currently the level editor can save levels created in the level editor, and load previously saved levels, and we can play custom maps via a button in the games menu's. The first test level was carried out yesterday, and it was a success, with the objects placed in the right position, and game mechanics working as they should.
I have also finished off implementing the GMechanism API, so you can login, register, view highscores and post highscores, all from within the game. Using this API, we hope to add other features as well.
Aside from that, I also speeded up the game based on some feedback, so the game is approximately 40% faster than it was before. Bullets, players, and enemies all move at a faster pace.
Remember to check back next week for another development diary, and also keep up to date mid-week by checking out Operation: Aftermath's Twitter profile. Follow @OpAftermathGame