This game took me maybe four days in total. Whipped up a LAN fps ‘laser tag’ game. No blood, gore, death. When you lose all your ‘health’, your gun just says ‘gg’ (good game) and you can run around the map in a spectator mode. I tried to get it so that it could be played over more than LAN (using a server) but had a hard time with that.
Believe it or not, I work on small games like this a lot, but rarely post my progress online 😉
Slightly changed, but I should have the right to distribute everything in it. As for the camera, I’m not sure who made it, but I think the script is off UnityAnswers. Enjoy this game, and hopefully now you will see how it is set up! (Unity Project)
Well, I have this blog lying around here, I figure I may as well use it for something other than collecting dust (and views) 😛
So, you may see a random assortment of things from video game ventures etc. posted here. Just quick, to get things kicked off, I made a level generator that works when you input a texture and the texture’s size. The script then figures out how to generate the level based off that texture.
An example is given below:
It’s a simple 64 x 64 texture with various colors. Red blocks out sections, Blue lays stone, and white is ground. The black is elevated ground.
Shown below is what it made:
Yeah, yeah, probably looks a bit minecraft-like, but hey, I like the style! 😛 Hope you enjoyed this small snippet, and look forward to more stuff in the future 😉
Hi all! I have been working on a Humvee lately, and am happy with the results 🙂 This came out really well, and I think I may sell it on Unity’s asset store. It comes with various paint jobs, as you can see below. Anyway, it could be a great opportunity for actually making money off my hobby. If I do go through with selling it, expect another blog post soon 😉 Gallery below:
For those of you who are not content just looking, here is a webplayer showcase (ctrl to change textures):
So, can I ask you, my readers, a few things? If you were, theoretically, a game developer, and this fit the style of your game, would you buy this? If so, how much would you pay? Is there any features that turned you off when you looked in the gallery or played the web-player? Feel free to comment below!