"MageKing17" said:Go ahead. Get this fork here. I dare you .
"Amarth" said:Please retract that statement before I jab this rusty fork into your eyeball. Seriously, it's a good game, but the original TES: Arena is better than it, hands down.
System Shock 2 runs on my Celeron 433 Mhz and it's the best game ever.
No, seriously, I don't believe in 'a best game ever'. You can't compare (say) Total Annihilation to Zuma. They're both great games. (DON'T say a word. Zuma IS a good game.)
Away with the OTness. Get it to GT, if you want to discuss it.
"MageKing17" said:That might be a worse idea than you think. Remember what happens when you put the camera in a model, or in the wall, in some games? You start to see through them, but not fully, a couple of random polygons stay there. That's because of backface culling. It might be possible if you accurately moddelled the movement of the camera when the head looks around, but that's superflous work, and I think it'd feel quite wrong, too.
Why bother not having the player as a model all the time? You stick the camera on the head, and that way, you can see what your limbs are doing.
You know any game in which it's done correctly?
"Anonymous1157" said:Yeah, that exists. It's called 'object oriented programming'. And be sure I'm going to use it. About practical things, yeah, we'll see. Not the thing to consider when I'm the only programmer, indeed.
Perhaps the entire code could be based on modules with more code inside. That way, we don't have to worry about synchronization, although I'm sure that'll be a piece of work to code.
"Anonymous1157" said:No problemo. But it'll be along Olog-Hai Entertainment, then. Bah, doesn't matter, as long as no one has any problem with that. I don't claim any ownership or something. The forum is found on <!-- m --><a class="postlink" href="http://www.amarth.p4host.be/joomla/index2.php?option=com_forum">http://www.amarth.p4host.be/joomla/inde ... =com_forum</a><!-- m --> . Everyone welcome to say *whatever* you want (as long as it's slightly ontopic ). Let's do this!
Don't you already have a forum, or am I confusing you with someone else again? You could add a section and some subforums, and voila, we have an organized place to assemble in. That problem's solved.