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Guitar Fighter [almost done]

Discussion in 'Made With Unity' started by nickavv, Jan 19, 2008.

  1. nickavv

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    Well, Uglonep dared me to make a game that is controlled with the Wii Les Paul controller, so I did. ;) Or rather, I still am. I just need to add enemies and the sound effects for all the frets except for green.

    Either way, I thought you guys might want to see a screenshot of it, so here goes! The Guitar model is from Turbosquid btw. I was too lazy to make my own. >.>
     

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  2. nickavv

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    Just thought I'd post a bit more stuff to try and wow the crowd. Here's the awesome power of Chords! I am not sure what its purpose will be yet, or how to limit its use, but this is what it looks like anyhow.
     

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  3. Jessy

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    As a guitarist, I'm intrigued. I can't see the inlays from your screenshots, however. Is it a Les Paul Standard of a Les Paul Custom? Either way, the back of the neck doesn't match the color of the body. Blasphemy! :p
     
  4. nickavv

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    :p I'ven't a clue. I just plugged "Les Paul" into TurboSquid and took what I got. Anyways, glad you're intrigued by it. :)
     
  5. Jessy

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  6. nickavv

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    While those are smoking awesome models, their price tag is a little to high over my comfort zone ("free"). ;)
     
  7. Jessy

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    That's why I gave you the sticky-out tongue. :)

    That being said, those 7-string Ibanez models appear to be extremely accurate to the real things.
     
  8. groovista

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    Awesome -- one of the things I love most about all CG is the power it gives to visualize the intangible -- feeling the groove, seeing a scent trail, simulated synaesthesia, etc. Remember the rats' experience of tasting food in "Ratatouille"? :)


    About that model: 225,000 polygons seems huMONgous...how would one optimize such a fine instrument?
     
  9. Jessy

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    Decimate modifier in Blender, maybe?
     
  10. bliprob

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    If you want to use the Uniwii plugin, let me know. I'm hoping to clean it up for a release this week, but things are hectic and that may slip, so PM if you're interested.