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Submitted by Zed Zeek, posted on June 19, 2000




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heres a shot of the game that ive been working on a while. it uses the bollux (TM) engine. i would say the bollux engine (TM) is cutting edge but that would be bollux so i won't. though what i can say is that it does/uses
  • particle system
  • lightmapping
  • physics
  • dynamic lighting
  • LOD
  • bumpmapping (at least it did but its a bit slow on my card so ive disabled it)
  • opengl for rendering
  • bots though all they manage to do at the moment is run around bumping into things
  • collision detection (been working on this since february 20 hours a week and still haven't got it sussed out 100%. i'ld appreciate some advice from someone on a failsafe method of doing it)
  • zed zeek

    BTW i don't have the landscape shadows turned on in the above picture + i know theres a resemblence with a popular game (don't worry they'll be hearing from my lawyers)


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    Zardozjones

    June 19, 2000, 01:35 PM

    hahahah pmsl @ this - nice one Zed, I really needed a good laugh today :)

     
    Pascalix

    June 19, 2000, 02:34 PM

    cool... .

     
    Steve 'Sly' Williams

    June 19, 2000, 07:11 PM

    Is that Horny from Dungeon Keeper in a Halo-type environment? I've been trying to suss out who the fellow is in the distance with the projectile phlegm, but he's a little too small and fuzzy to make out.

     
    Max

    June 19, 2000, 07:32 PM

    The guy in the background looks like Xaero to me.

    Max

     
    Elixir

    June 19, 2000, 07:34 PM

    The guy in the background appears to be Xaero, another Quake 3 model =]

     
    FuMo

    June 20, 2000, 04:15 PM

    Nah its a telly tubby

     
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