[NetBehaviour] XorGramana pre-ALPHA
james at jwm-art.net
Tue Mar 10 16:16:57 CET 2009
Thanks. I might have to modify the visual aspect of some letters in an
attempt to suggest their behaviour better. I Am working on their
behaviour first though - it needs to settle down - choices of letters
are going to be important. For example, it might be near impossible to
solve anagrams of certain words if most of the letters in that word are
shooting off in any of the four cardinal directions and exploding.
On 10/3/2009, "clemos" <cl3mos at gmail.com> wrote:
>It's great, so far; I especially love the visuals.
>On Tue, Mar 10, 2009 at 4:43 AM, james morris <james at jwm-art.net> wrote:
>> Hi people all, well mainly Linux using netbehav||rists,
>> Here's a snapshot of what, my new game with game play based on Xor, and
>> the code base of XorCurses, currently looks like:
>> Don't be disappointed that it is not playable further than player
>> movement ;^)
>> You'll need the development versions of SDL (ie on current debian
>> stable, libsdl1.2-dev and libsdl-image1.2-dev).
>> Hopefully, unpack the archive and cd into XorGramana-0.0.4b/ directory
>> and make to build the thing should do the trick. ./xorgramana to run it.
>> There's only one map that I've put any thought into and that's 'test
>> map 5'.
>> And there's a bug in the map code too, so that the 'r' is missing
>> (infact the entire first collumn).
>> Apparently you must re-arrange the letters in map 5 to form the word
>> 'reflex'. but Note: all you can do is move the two players around, the
>> rest of the code is unimplemented so far.
>> the behaviours of many of the letters in the game is still undecided. v
>> will drop. x will explode. a will rise. bdpq flip amongst themselves
>> each time pushed. i've not been sure it will be playable, but by making
>> map 5 i've had a slight increase in confidence that it just might work.
>> if anyone has any artistic input they'd like to provide, feel welcome.
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