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a incomplete tron game

Discussion in 'Made With Unity' started by greyfox, Aug 21, 2006.

  1. greyfox

    greyfox

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    My little tron game so far. Its a nice side project to put stuff learnt from totorials into action.

    w = forward
    s = backwards
    a+d = turn
    mouse wheel = sharp turn
     

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  2. Mindless_Soul

    Mindless_Soul

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    Very Nice so far. I like the style.
    Good work on the mini map.
    Are you planning on adding collision models and death scripts to the light trails?

    A few Suggestions:
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    *You could design your game so that you are always moving forward, no matter what (maybe you could slow down or speed up etc.)

    *When I collided with the cube structure I fell through the grid; you might want to tweak some things to fix that

    *Adding a mouse orbit script to the car could be cool

    *You could loop the edges of the map or add boundries so that you can't drive off of the minimap

    *You might also want to add something to the mini map so it's a little more clear as to where you are
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    That's just my two cents...
     
  3. Morgan

    Morgan

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    Very cool! I've never seen lightcycles done with smoothly curving paths like that.

    It would be great if the mouse button were "Forward" and the mouse's motion turned you left-right: so you could turn sharply or gradually at will.
     
  4. antenna-tree

    antenna-tree

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    Yeah, I like the curves too... but I'd like to see them built into the mechanics of the game . I have a Tron variation I'm working on too where I'm making the topology of the arena warped out instead of making the lightcycle's trails warped. I think if you're going to go with a curved lightcycle, instead of 90 degree corners, you should make the arena more curved with hills and valleys.

    It's looking good so far, keep it up,
    Ethan
     
  5. greyfox

    greyfox

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    thanks for the feedback i will try some of the stuff suggested it will be heaps better once i get working oponets into it and gameplay sorted out better
     
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