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 on: May 19, 2017, 05:18:36 PM 
Started by Rayblon - Last post by Rayblon
Might not be the time for it, but maybe Sonic Ether's sound physics mod for minecraft would be good inspiration for Mythruna's sound engine.

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 on: May 17, 2017, 04:07:28 AM 
Started by Rayblon - Last post by pspeed
I'm still here. Just ran out of ideas on what to say. Still trying to figure out that whole motivation thing too.

I guess it's been  a while since i asked, so... anything new development wise?

No, unfortunately.  Life has me by the scruff of the neck and is wiping my face on the floor.

Your new development videos on youtube suggest otherwise.
By the way everyone, just type in "paul speed" into youtube, and you'll be able to see all the new videos!

One video from a month ago and another from 6 months ago.

The one from a month ago is an app I wrote my kids in case they wanted to try making a game with me over their spring break.  They didn't really do anything with it and I ended up not having time to help them anyway.  You can download it here if you're curious:
http://www.simsilica.com/sdm_downloads/block-ed/

Other than that, I've pretty much dropped all non-work, non-family activities and I'm still falling more behind with that every day.

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 on: May 16, 2017, 04:20:03 PM 
Started by Rayblon - Last post by pspeed
Soo the mythruna public server Q/A menu only says to use the scroll wheel on a mouse to change block type.  
I don't have one. So how do I change block type without a mouse?

I guess I never included them on that screen... but you can find them described on this old old old link:
http://mythruna.com/mediawiki/index.php?title=Engine_Test_Build


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 on: May 11, 2017, 04:52:31 AM 
Started by Rayblon - Last post by Rayblon
Paul plans on making trees able to grow on their own. I think that's kind of a given lol

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 on: May 08, 2017, 10:11:17 PM 
Started by fola_mactire - Last post by fola_mactire
Lol it's like I'm watching paint dry.

Yeah, sorry about that. I didn't really have a set reference to tell apart the "muddy rogue" block spacing and the mythruna version and the concept was really stressing me out. Had to take a break for a bit.

I have that disorder where if something stresses me out too much, I have a little minor mental break down for a bit.
It isn't pretty.

But break over, I am back now and I am ready to finish the tavern.

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 on: May 08, 2017, 09:19:39 PM 
Started by fola_mactire - Last post by Sean
Lol it's like I'm watching paint dry.

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 on: May 06, 2017, 04:46:18 AM 
Started by fola_mactire - Last post by fola_mactire


feel free to view the progress I've made to the tavern so far.
I think I figured out the block spanning situation.
Just had to understand how to extend the block length outward a bit to part the seams more fluidly.
 
The rest will come later.

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 on: May 06, 2017, 02:30:11 AM 
Started by Rayblon - Last post by fola_mactire
Paul Speed, I hope I'm not out of line suggesting this, but in development of this game,
you might want to look at another game that is currently out, if you have the resources to do so.

It is a minecraft rip-off for the tablet, titled "survivalcraft".
I suggest viewing this for a few reasons.  

First off, the different types of wall types.
There are several different versions such as brick and stone, both full block and thin versions that seem to be a third the thickness.
But also there are thin fences as well. Both made out of metal and stone.
The stone ones are really fascinating as they seem to be thin stone walls held up by little stone pillars evenly set up every couple of blocks. the metal ones seem to mostly resemble gothic wrought iron fences.

Then there are the plants. The real reason I am mentioning this. A variety of bushes, trees, flowers ect.. that you can plant with a seed, and given there is nothing obstructing the sunlight, it will grow to it's full potential in a day or two. Much easier to grow an oak or a pine by just tossing down a seed and waiting a couple days rather than building each tree by hand, which right now is the only way to get new trees on mythruna.

Please feel free to peruse my suggestions at your leisure, and thank you for listening.

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 on: May 05, 2017, 10:49:20 PM 
Started by Rayblon - Last post by fola_mactire
"Scroll Wheel; comma, and period keys: Alternates between blocks in build mode and the blueprint menu, scroll wheel zooms in and out in the map." Taken from the handbook.

Quote from: fola_mactire
Your new development videos on youtube suggest otherwise.

That was something he did for his kids in like a week though.

Quote from: fola_mactire
Well then he did an impressive  amount of work in a rapid speed of time.
Because those videos look like a significant amount of game update progress.

Also, it took me awhile to understand your meaning, but you are referring to the left and right arrow buttons right next to the shift key correct?
Those are the ones that change the block type?



I dunno what half of what you said means, but I would love to see gravity magic.  
Yay! floating islands in the sky!

Gravity is a planned energy. The nature of the post was a discussion about how weather affects things. If you have a fireball in the rain, it'd make sense that it'll fizzle and make lots of steam. That's what I was talking about.

Well in that case, I'm not sure how much weather would effect magic, but I guess it would have to be a lot.
A little drizzle of rain probably wouldn't do much but sizzle and evaporate upon contact. Would have to take a serious downpour, and then conjuring up a fireball is like lighting a match or activating a lighter.  
It's not gonna do much good if the equipment is all wet. in this case, your hand.

Gravity magic likely would only be effected by heavy sky weather like strong winds or lightning strikes.
unless you want to make an impromptu river or a cascading waterfall off the edge, I can't imagine rain doing much to a floating sky island.
But strong winds might make it topsy turvy and enough directed lightning strikes might blow it to pieces.

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 on: May 05, 2017, 08:30:59 PM 
Started by Rayblon - Last post by Rayblon
"Scroll Wheel; comma, and period keys: Alternates between blocks in build mode and the blueprint menu, scroll wheel zooms in and out in the map." Taken from the handbook.

Quote
Your new development videos on youtube suggest otherwise.

That was something he did for his kids in like a week though.



I dunno what half of what you said means, but I would love to see gravity magic. 
Yay! floating islands in the sky!

Gravity is a planned energy. Th nature of the post was a discussion about how weather affects things. If you have a fireball in the rain, it'd make sense that it'll fizzle and make lots of steam. That's what I was talking about.

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