Bullet-Eye (SNES/Retro Style Mod) v0.10 - 1-Up!

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Would you be interested in different playable characters, but with no change in weapon sets?

Yes, as long as they are unique in some way.
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No, one is enough.
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Total votes : 63

Re: Bullet-Eye (SNES/Retro Style Mod) v0.10 - 1-Up!

Postby eharper256 » Tue Sep 17, 2019 1:15 am

Oh nice, the full 0.10 release happened whilst I was distracted by Star Traders. Will give it a shot when I get a moment.
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Re: Bullet-Eye (SNES/Retro Style Mod) v0.10 - 1-Up!

Postby Gourry » Tue Sep 17, 2019 3:04 am

Like the new changes to this. Would it be possible to upgrade the back-up default weapon in the future?
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Re: Bullet-Eye (SNES/Retro Style Mod) v0.10 - 1-Up!

Postby Mor'Ladim » Tue Sep 17, 2019 10:06 am

Gourry wrote:Like the new changes to this. Would it be possible to upgrade the back-up default weapon in the future?


It wasn't intended to be upgradeable, but since it seems to be more popular than I thought, I could look into it. In the past when I had starter weapons in mind, I was thinking of an equipment item that would allow said starter weapons to gain levels. Though, I think players would prefer to just have the ability to level it instead of having to rely on an equipment item.

This particular starter weapon will only be available to Valnos, the character that is currently playable. Future characters will have their own starter weapon and 'ultimate' weapon (Bullet-Eye for Valnos).
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Re: Bullet-Eye (SNES/Retro Style Mod) v0.10 - 1-Up!

Postby Gourry » Mon Sep 23, 2019 8:32 pm

Not sure if this is a bug but the Wolfenstein enemies in Doom 2 seem to be invisible unless you use target spy or something. Any plans for character replace for them?
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Re: Bullet-Eye (SNES/Retro Style Mod) v0.10 - 1-Up!

Postby Mor'Ladim » Tue Sep 24, 2019 6:57 pm

Gourry wrote:Not sure if this is a bug but the Wolfenstein enemies in Doom 2 seem to be invisible unless you use target spy or something. Any plans for character replace for them?


Definitely a bug. And yes, I will eventually replace every enemy with a unique one, so no vanilla monsters will remain. There is only one thing I am not sure of, however - I am going to treat the Wolfenstein enemy as an extra enemy type, instead of as a 'joke' monster. So with that in mind, I am not sure if I should leave them strictly on the maps they appear on, or to make them spawn in any other map.

In the meantime, a smaller update will be released in the near future that will address some bugs and add some suggestions from other users, which will also fix the Wolfenstein spawns.

Thanks for playing!
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Re: Bullet-Eye (SNES/Retro Style Mod) v0.10 - 1-Up!

Postby CanisLaticanis » Sun Sep 29, 2019 11:34 am

I've encountered a rather odd bug - when loading Community Chest 4 as a mapset, subweapons break. You start with no subweapon in the slot, and when you use subweapons it's always the Mag Shuriken no matter what else you've picked up.

Load order is just Community Chest 4, then Bullet Eye.
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Re: Bullet-Eye (SNES/Retro Style Mod) v0.10 - 1-Up!

Postby Mor'Ladim » Mon Sep 30, 2019 11:57 am

CanisLaticanis wrote:I've encountered a rather odd bug - when loading Community Chest 4 as a mapset, subweapons break. You start with no subweapon in the slot, and when you use subweapons it's always the Mag Shuriken no matter what else you've picked up.

Load order is just Community Chest 4, then Bullet Eye.


Thanks for the report. It seems to trigger on maps that utilize voodoo dolls, as I was also able to get this to happen on the first map of Community Chest 1, which also uses voodoo dolls. We will get a fix out as soon as we are able to.

For now, you can type 'take NewMagShurikens' in the console, then 'give NewMagShurikens' and it should be restored to working order.

Thanks for playing!

EDIT: Fixed in the development version.
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Re: Bullet-Eye (SNES/Retro Style Mod) v0.10 - 1-Up!

Postby lwks » Fri Oct 11, 2019 2:06 pm

When playing this I got a song from a Shmup I used to play when I was a kid, I started grinding all the songs I could using the Next Song Command but I didn't manage to find the song again, do you guys have a list of all the games you got songs from?
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Re: Bullet-Eye (SNES/Retro Style Mod) v0.10 - 1-Up!

Postby Mor'Ladim » Fri Oct 11, 2019 3:15 pm

lwks wrote:When playing this I got a song from a Shmup I used to play when I was a kid, I started grinding all the songs I could using the Next Song Command but I didn't manage to find the song again, do you guys have a list of all the games you got songs from?


That info can be found in the "language.txt" file.

As for the SHMUPS used in the mod, the ones I can remember off the top of my head are listed below, with the whole playlist linked:
Bio Metal (JP) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8MEEq2N_Ejw&list=PL0BCD8706FF77F977)
Axelay (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZMsAzWCgakU&list=PLACBAB356CA642844)
Steel Empire (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=po9GdUTolDg&list=PLirSddeMOYZ7c5kDuOoHsqCWo9gzTEAMk)
Ranger-X (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Og_gg1HSmwI&list=PLirSddeMOYZ5wtAaBZgi7CRBa0VsiVvV_)
Aero Fighters (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iwkfcvBfjuE&list=PLULn79w8H6DuqTfm0at0EII3Fw9ZTkEdN)
Darius Twin (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8z_mvZjWoXo&list=PLD87BC33F1DDBEFE0)
Vapor Trail (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cQAavtlHqa0&list=PL777C83918D01EF44)
Super Aleste (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B-3EG-705GQ&list=PL1ED6389785C4A71E)
U.N. Squadron (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l38bdoXgAF0&list=PL0EkJuJpa_Z_3oefRu5mxI5sm1qX5QQAz)
Firepower 2000/Super Swiv (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s7WK3d9ynpE&list=PL7CC8FD42294DDDCF)
Phalanx (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5_OH6EyvVek&list=PL146B52D7ACE201F6)
Battle Garegga (Saturn)(Since this is a custom SPC, I will directly link to the video of the song, but note it is not the exact one used in the mod: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VF5qqYwsQZA)
Silver Surfer (Same situation as the above song https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-J0H5ah1G7A)

Hope this narrows it down!

If none of those were it, here is a GitLab link directly to the "language.txt" file so you can hopefully find what you are looking for: https://gitlab.com/Mor-ladim/bullet-eye/blob/master/language.txt

I was also going to add in a keybind that lets you view information for the currently playing track, so you can view it at any time, rather than only having one chance to see it at the start of a map.
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Re: Bullet-Eye (SNES/Retro Style Mod) v0.10 - 1-Up!

Postby lwks » Fri Oct 11, 2019 8:05 pm

Thanks for the help, but I remember the game being specificaly on the Super NES and if memory serves it was a Shmup on Space, but unfortunately none of those seem to be the one I was looking for. I'm starting to think that my mind was playing tricks on me, perhaps I heard a Megaman X 3 song and though it was a Shmup song, but at this point I don't even remember the song anymore xD

And btw while I was looking at the "language.txt" file I noticed that Line 38 and Line 213 are the same song, "Frontline Base" and "Front Line Base" from U.N. Squadron , perhaps the same song appears twice on the "random song pool"? Check it out! Nevermind they're two different song pools =P
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Re: Bullet-Eye (SNES/Retro Style Mod) v0.10 - 1-Up!

Postby Mor'Ladim » Thu Oct 24, 2019 6:21 am


This image may not show too much, but it is actually the first test run of co-op in Bullet-Eye. Perhaps I could have shown the scoreboard to help understand the image better, but it was my first foray into multiplayer in Doom!

It worked surprisingly well, and most of the bugs that were found have been squashed. Some features were even added with multiplayer in mind, such as the ability to drop equipment items or even weapons! I had a lot of fun while testing co-op gameplay, so I hope other players will share the same experience once it’s finally complete. Just note that it will not work for Zandronum, as there are a ton of features that require ZScript to work correctly.


The image above shows the new Equipment Screen in the Equipment Panel. 4 more armor slots were added, as I felt it was too easy to build up a full set in such a short amount of time on most occasions. The Effect field displays the information that the currently selected armor provides. As before, this is an effect unique to that equipment item. The Bonuses field shows random bonuses acquired for that armor piece. These bonuses can be obtained either by using newly added Equipment Enhancers to level up the selected item, or by finding equipment items out in the world that already have the bonuses, but these are rare! Examples of bonuses are an increase to maximum ammo of a certain ammo type, weapon damage modifiers, and even special bonuses that affect specific weapons!

The colorful bar to the left of each icon is a durability meter. If durability is enabled in the options, then your armor will break once the meter reaches zero! You can repair it by finding a duplicate piece, or by using 1 Equipment Enhancer. Weapons also share this durability option.

If all goes well, this update won't be as long of a wait as 0.10 was. As always, thanks for playing!
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