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    Ive decided on an LD style Read Post

    Posted by (twitter: @shubshub11)
    May 30th, 2012 11:25 pm

    Hello there I am here to tell you all about my new idea for an LD Basically I will develop a system which has preset graphics and events of what it can do and from that you are to script a game in about 24 Hours or so (I may extend that time limit)

     

    And basically this game runner will run the scripted code and play out like normal

     

    I will probabluy call this a Custom Framework LD or CFLD24 (Custom Framework Ludum dare 24 Hours)

     

    Post ideas about what you think and also I will be astarting work on this custom framework tonight and there will be a full documentation about it

    4 Responses to “Ive decided on an LD style Read Post”

    1. shubshub says:

      The framework will have to sides to it
      one 8-bit and one 16-bit
      Basically you will have a starting variable to determine which set of graphics you want to use :D

    2. shubshub says:

      I will also write up a full documentation about it so that you people know how to use it very easily

    3. shubshub says:

      you will be able to read about it on my website shortly at pixelshub.tumblr.com

    4. MadGnomeGamer says:

      So it’s like a level editing competition, only you’re making an engine that’s a bit more flexible than a game-specific map maker?

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