The IFSCL is an interactive simulation of the supercomputer screens that appears in the show Code Lyoko.
Jeremie, the leader of the group, operates a supercomputer interface in an abandoned factory. Using the scanners, he 'virtualize' his friends, sending them to the virtual world of Lyoko inside the supercomputer. There, they do battle with XANA, an evil artificial intelligence.
There are towers on Lyoko which act as bridges between Lyoko and reality, and are activated by XANA to carry out attacks in the real world. The group fight monsters, who act as the forces of XANA, as they search for deactivating the tower. Throughout the mission (campaign mode), Jeremy acts as mission control, guiding and directing the team from outside Lyoko, and this simulation puts you in his shoes.
In the last news, you've been informed that some things were still to be validated before giving you this news, and now, here we are, all of the things I wanted to be sure about are okay, so I can give you that video, made with love, for you:
As you might have understood, the IFSCL is currently being entirely remade, directly under the Unity3D engine.
If the version 2.6.2 was already a huge gap in terms of technology (it was an emulation of the flash game under the unity engine, kinda like Nintendo 64 emulation on PC if you like), but this time, everything is re-coded. Lots of animations & arts have also been remade and updated to fit in with the new engine.
Obviously, changing so many things can't be without consequences, one weak point, IFSCL missions (campaign mode) won't come back before a while, because they're slowing down IFSCL development too much. (It's like redoing tutorials again and again, not productive at all, and I'm not talking about the translations & the debugging...)
As a bonus : the long awaited Immu's room's code for 2.6.2 (now pretty much unrepresentative of the future of the game, but anyway...) : amigoodman
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