Lighting Engine? Lighting Engine!

December 5th, 2016 5:43 pm

Hey everyone! We are in again.

So, we saw this post and this one. And I present you this:

LD37 warmup

illuminated js + phaser JS + VS Code

LD37 warmup

dynamic shadows in 2D?! Just look at the fence.

LD37 warmup

Mmm… Shaders

Actually it took a lot of work, couple of burned GPUs and 200+ lines of pure shader code.

I can’t wait to see you this weekend!

Assets source.

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    Unfortunately, Python is too slow to do this stuff. XD

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