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The asteroids look great. I really like the graphics style you're using!
Looking great, good luck!
Great work! It looks really nice! :) Is it controlled by the player, or is it "just" an animation?
Wow, those procedural planets look really cool. Do you mind sharing some info on how you achieved that? Do you "just" blend together different textures?
Why not allow 4 player coop on the pc as well, for users who have gamepads? I find coop to be most fun when you're sitting next to each other, and I don't see any reason why it wouldn't work with multiple gamepads on the PC/Linux/Mac.
I like how the ships all seem to work very different, especially because of the one ship's guns facing sideways. That's a neat idea!
This looks right in so many ways. Well done!
This looks right in so many ways. Well done.
I love how, when zooming out, the ships get "replaced" by icons.
I'd love it if these formations really made use of the third dimension.
None of that 2d-wedge formation... go for the 3d-cone formation instead! :D
You could watch Ender's Game (or better, read the book) before deciding on the available formations...
Ah, but I like it! You might want to add something coming out of the other end, maybe a narrow beam in the same glowing color, that makes it look more like the ship doesn't vanish into the gate when it enters it, but goes through instead.
I like how "unique" this is - it does look like it could be moved, and it also looks very differet to other jump gates I've seen in science fiction.
I noticed that the character's chest is a bit weird: It looks like a relatively tight sweater. In that case, I think there should not be a dent in the middle of the chest. I think such a dent only appears when you actively pull the shirt close to your body.
I hate to ruin this for everyone, but I think the way it's now it looks too much like someone's behind ;)
Anyway, great looking game, keep it up!
I think you should post the link to your kickstarter project in each post... very few people will start searching the web or kickstarter for it...
Great work. Do you mind giving hints as to what software you use for skyboxes? We've been struggling with that in the past - making great space sky boxes is more difficult than one thinks...
Wow, that's one big fleet.
Mind giving some hints as to how you handle it? Do you update each entity every frame (brute force)? Or are there some algorithms involved which minimize the calculations?
Wicked. Totally love it. Great work!
Still love the idea behind this. Keep it up!
If I ever get the final game I'll remember NOT to step into the water...!
Somehow, I think the ground is too bright where the bunker sits - the bunker seems much darker than the ground. Maybe ambient occlusion or similar would make it look a bit better - or increase bunker brightness or decrease terrain brightness?
Looking awesome. I'm really looking forward to seeing some game footage once more of these models are built in!
The version you have is made for Löve 0.8.
You can get the newest version from github (this is work in progress, but it's working with Löve 0.9) or wait a little longer until I officially make a new release.
Note that everything should work on the new Github version, but it can't connect to the online server yet, since that's still running the current version.
Great work there, especially for just 7 days of work! I'm really looking forward to Linux builds.
I don't like the rain yet. For one thing, the droplets look way too large, and also they look out of place in this desert setting.
Maybe add a few bushes and small bits of grass here and there, then it'll look much better.
Keep it up!
I'm not an expert, but I've done a fair bit of development on Linux. So if you need any help, feel free to ask.
Until then, good luck with development! I'll track it.
I love the interface! Why would you want to change it? :D
Anyway, great looking effects. I'm really astonished by how well it performs.
I've been looking into making something similar - your tests have built my confidence that my project will work out :)
Only thing wrong with this game is the OS it's running on :(
I'd love to play a Linux version. You list "custom built" as your engine. Any reason (dependencies?) why you're not making it cross-platform?
Awesome work. I love how easy the workflow seems to be. The editor looks very polished. Well done!
I love the export-to-image version!
Same here. Awesome post, thanks for sharing!
I'm thinking about generating something similar in 2D...
Sorry, I never realised that you posted here!
I'm pretty late, but I'd be glad if you added the game to the AUR! I don't have experience with the packaging myself, but I've added a license some time ago, which should be unrestrictive enough.
Clicking the images for "Outlast" and "Tales of Maj'Eyal" gets me to different games. Intended?
Clicking the links below the images works, though. Looks like "broken", or missleading links...
Congrats to all the winners!
Hi, welcome to indieDB :)
I'm glad you like it - thanks for the comment!
They probably want new people to register, so that's why they don't allow names. Or they're afraid a guest might pose as another user. But if the comment is drawn in another colour or something, and clearly marked as "Guest", I think you're right - it has annoyed me before that I can't really know who the "Guests" were.
Edit: Ah, never mind, you meant claiming them, instead of adding a name. I think both would be good, though...
It's so.... beautiful! :)
Perfect Art! Well done. Tracking.
To your last point: You say that you could make the planets bigger but don't want to change the visual style. Why not try this:
- The planet's size remains the same, but the projectiles become "smart". Each projectile has a small radius around it, and if there's a planet close enough, it will fire an additional engine and move towards that planet.
This way you could hit planets without precisely hitting them. The whole thing could be explained by saying that the projectiles have a gravitational-pull-sensor in them, and when the gravitational pull gets large enough, the projectile moves towards that pull.
By displaying the radius you could make it quite plausible for players. And you can easily adjust that radius for different guns, or leave it away entirely for the really strong guns.
Aren't those the unity animations?
They look very familiar... but looks very nice!
Anyways, really nice atmosphere you've got there. I like all the particles flying around :)