There is no light in this tunnel.
Really, 1500 isn't bad if you make a game actually worth something.
At this pace I'd say about 2 years off at least. *fingers crossed for behind the scenes stuff we don't know about*
Relax, yes this is a game. But it's obviously based on Minecraft (or was this one first?).
Saying it isn't a clone, doesn't make it not a clone. I don't play any of those games. But it's the same deal with many of the FPS games - which are clones of COD/BF/CS.
Bought it for my girlfriend, this looks really cool!
Not in Berlin but I wish you the best of luck and hopefully you'll gain plenty of fans.
Great stuff, more please.
Really nice UI!
I feel bad to tell you this, again, please let someone who actually speaks English (or is good at it) write your posts.
That was not my point.
Posts like these tell me that the project in question will end up dead. If you don't want this project to die, just stop talking about it dying!
It's cool but maybe they could use these details in things you can actually see? Although... today what's 3k polygons?
Nice AK, but like I said maybe you can turn down the poly count on this weapon and increase the poly counts in the environment models.
How about you push DX10 (or even 9) to it's limits first before asking about DX11. Why do you *need* DX11?
Great to see updates on this engine!
Great job! So is this the in-game look?
Yet another TD, but it *looks* great. This might set it apart, I hope it does! The guns shoot kinda slow?
When working on projects like these I figured you've taken a close look at the existing tools and for whatever reason ended up with this one. I could have learned something new, so I asked :p.
So why pick Bullet? There are lots of other high quality physic solvers, why is this one the best for you?
If anyone is interested in drawing an alternative to the Halo master chief armor? I'm looking for a mix between halo and crysis.
It's for a 3d short, contact me if you want.
So the free ride is over? :D (I don't have Minecraft but I know a lot of you keep referring to the get-everything-during-alpha "contract".)
No, the alpha is just a fancy editor. There is no real storyline, the only thing you can do is run around and fight.
We'll see when it's done. As long as they don't burn through their money and end up not being able to finish the game because they've got to find other jobs...
Are you trying to come over professional by using "" quotation marks everywhere? I would suggest that someone who is good at English reads and corrects your sentences.
Maybe it's the way you mix present it, but it's difficult to read your posts!
Hi, I thought I'd answer here because I didn't want to sidetrack your thread any longer.
I'm currently not in a position to begin modding or start/enter a project where others depend on me. Also my laptop would drop dead if it would tried to run the CE editor.
Hellz yeah! But... mine was black :p
I've gotta say, the pixel art is great!
The map looks really cool.
The pixel art hints at a somewhat more interesting game... My favorite gift: the Sega 16bit console!
The way internet gets described is usually via layers where each layer builds on the one below it. Software is at the top of those layers and IP is somewhere in the middle.
So the only "layer" that we need to change is the one in the middle, in theory. Software will need to be updated but that could be done in a small patch for most applications. Much will depend if the software uses many ip adresses (XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX) or mostly URL's (http://XXX.XXX.XXX).
Routers and Modems on the other hand work on the IP layer (Network layer) so they will need to get updated/replaced. A simple firmware update might not be enough for those devices.
Just so you guys know, the "plan" is to run both ipv4 and ipv6 backbones for years to come. Phasing out ipv4 will take a (very) long time, so it's not a matter of turning off the ipv4 switch and turning on ipv6.
There are a few "compatibility" layers already in use (for example wrapping an ipv4 packet in ipv6 packet for a few hops), but it's not as simple as out with the old and in with the new.
I think I read something about a "if you want ipv6, just ask" kind of attitude at my ISP.