Posts Tagged ‘irrlicht’

Ludumdare 28

Posted by (twitter: @strong99)
Wednesday, December 11th, 2013 4:44 am

This will be my third year of Ludum Dare and I’m going to keep a live blog which can be found here.

This year I’ll be using InCourse® GameCreator. It’s  a webbased game engine developed by Islandworks and dubbed ‘GameCreator’. It’s made in HTML5 and such, it will be quite different from my previous entries which were made in C++ and the 3d graphics engine Irrlicht. It’s going to be a challenge to make a game using only 2d art :)

OS of choice: Windows 8

Game engine of choice: InCourse 2.0 – Gamecreator

Graphics: Photoshop/Illustrator

Audio: Audicity & Anvil.

 

I’ll post a “How did I do it” on the end as I did the last times.

Other year’s entries were: World Alone and Be the Villain.

Worldalone - the lost bedroom The deathray

Have a great Ludum Dare everyone!

Destroy Earth or perish

Posted by (twitter: @strong99)
Monday, December 17th, 2012 12:49 pm

My concept was created in half an hour in which I was reminded about all those bad guys always trying to destroy the Earth but always lose the game and end up in jail or something. Not this time, this time you’re the villain is the idea and a game without winning is not fun. So, this time, you, the villain, will blow up the Earth starting with the two cities on your TODO list.

I planned to create a second “how did I do it” but I couldn’t find any useful new facts since the previous.

The deathray Control rooom

Obviously the heroes try to interrupt your evil plans but you found a way to lock them in the dockingbay where they try to cut the door. This gives you the time to go destroying the Earth. Sadly your station is not fit for such powerful ray and it starts to collapse.

Command your drones to repair the station as you try to blast Earth back to the medieval.

The deathray

Tools used: Visual studio 2012 (code/c++), Irrlicht (3d), IrrKlang (Audio), Photoshop (2d), Illustrator (2d), Anvil (Audio), Audacity (Audio)

Download and vote for the game

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