Joined: Mar. 2005
||Posted: May 09 2005, 05:52
|Quote (oblique @ May 08 2005, 15:34)|
|There are more things like these in the make.|
When I first saw the Tres Lunas demo I wondered why the images where so lame (sorry Mike), and that's why I've been trying to make something similar myself, that being a game with better looking images and newly composed music (by Edoardo Fainello).
We've been working on this since August 2003, and even though it's not finished you can catch a glimpse of it at
It's not complete: a large part of the music's finished and about 90% of the scenes. It's fun making this. I'll let you guys know when it's finished.....
Hi, Oblique. I've just seen your images, and they're really stunning; are they real-time 3D? The problem can be that you'll need a very high-end computer to play the game.
I also had the idea of doing a MVR-like game myself. I've just started with it, and I don't have any experience with anything like this, so it will be a lot time until I have something decent. My idea is to let the players make their own worlds, and then join all the worlds in one game; some kind of game made by players. Also, one thing I liked to see in MVR, and I want to put in my game, are live worlds. I mean, in MVR there are living forms, but they're just following a path, and there isn't any interaction between them and with the world; you're the only one that can make things to happen. What I like is an environment where things happen without dependency of you, where you can be quiet and still see things going on.
Well, yeah, I know it's very ambitious, maybe too ambitious, but I have to try it. What do you think, am I too ambitious, am I crazy, am I stupid...?
I want to see your game when it's finished. Good luck!!