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Work in Progress / Super Ballz

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Kanzure
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Posted: 21st Feb 2003 02:46
Yes, the name is..umm..how should i put this?...A lil' misgiving! This game is my first creation in Dark Basic and Pro, and needs major improvements.



Current Bugs: Object Collision is down. Was working in DBLite..

(I'm still waiting for my DB Pro to arrive in mail, so thats why it has the demo logo on it )
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Kanzure
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Posted: 21st Feb 2003 02:54
If anybody knows how to do some object collision in Pro, heh, I would greatly appriciate any insight.

~Morph
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astranominoff
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Posted: 21st Feb 2003 04:49
well I find your game to be quite basic as you said in your post and it, yes, needs major improvements but I see the light at the end of the tunnel for you and this will become, im sure, a wonderful game!

overall rating: 8


just because I have no clue how to program in DarkB

from Astranominoff

Darksoft
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Posted: 21st Feb 2003 05:44
Looks interesting, keep us updated on this project please!!

TH -Darksoft.net
Kanzure
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Posted: 21st Feb 2003 14:30
Thanks . I'm hoping to relate this game off of the Nintendo 64's Banjo Kazooie & Banjo Tooie..Of course, that may require a name change :p.

~Morph
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Magefire
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Posted: 5th Mar 2003 22:45
The game looks great. If you still want some tips on how to do object collision in DBPro, some of this code may help:
+ Code Snippet
You could also try cycling through all your objects like this:
+ Code Snippet
I haven't tested this code yet so it may not work but checking for collision would go something like that.

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Kanzure
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Posted: 14th Mar 2003 18:42
That first snippit is VERY helpful! Thankx!!

But..umm..My games works ok in DBP Demo, but in the *real* version everything is wacked..so..I'm going to be buying DB Classic - much easier for me i guess..

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