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Started by Carnivius, 14:31, 28 July 15
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Quote from: VincentGR on 15:57, 28 July 15Love that gfx/color setup.
Quote from: CraigsBar on 16:53, 28 July 15If it gets ported, any chance of a native cart version?
Quote from: Carnivac on 18:18, 28 July 15I'm not sure what the exact requirements are to get it converted to the C4CPC thing to run on GX4000 but the intent is for the game to run in 64k and while supporting keyboard for gameplay it will be fully playable using just the joystick and P (for pause). If there is going to be any typing occuring in-game (like games have highscore or player name entry) then it willl support both the letter keys of the keyboard and an on-screen key grid to select letters just with the joystick too like console games generally have. Menus are already working with movable arrow for selection with joystick or cursor keys.
Quote from: SuTeKH/Epyteor on 08:19, 30 July 15I've attached a quick .dsk file if you want to see this preview image on a real machine... or an emulator. It's your choice.Hopefully, seeing it on a real machine will prompt a coder to take on the mission. We have a lot of GREAT coders here, it would be a shame for this project to fall by the way-side because no-one took on the task! Maybe we could have our first true CPC-Wiki community project game!
Quote from: Morri on 09:40, 30 July 15This screenshot looks amazing on WinApe. How did you do this? and get it to only be 5kb.
Quote from: Carnivac on 13:39, 10 August 15This is actually developing really fast. For what was going to be a simple crappy throwaway project I'm starting to really enjoy it. This screenshot shows trees and rock tiles. I had to redo them several times cos I kept making them far too 'realistic' and details and were looking too similar to the tree and rock tiles I've done for Cosmic Prison Commando. Settled on a nice colourful pleasantly 'cute' look now though. Hope you like. Also don't enrage the piggies!
Quote from: Lazy Dude on 17:06, 10 August 15this is looking like a fun little project.Its a good contrast to the serious nature of Robocop.
Quote from: Gryzor on 15:31, 11 August 15I'd literally pay for your stuff mate...
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