[Steam page available] The Forestale [platformer]

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[Steam page available] The Forestale [platformer]

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This looks pretty good. Way better then I thought a 2D-game on GZDoom could look.

Just one question: You said it doesn't work on GZDoom. Where is the big difference between GLOOM and GZDoom? In terms of features.
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Unfortunately, in the gloom and GZDoom differently stretched 3D model of the coordinate Z, the game was made for gzdoom before, now I rewrote the whole modeldef under gloome and 3D models there is quite a lot
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Tiny Toon Adventures?

Looks interesting, though if it is meant to be something entirely original and not a game/mod adaptation of said show, a cartoon rabbit is probably not the most unique character to use in place of the player. Bugs Bunny, Buster Bunny, Roger Rabbit and Jazz Jackrabbit comes to mind.

EDIT: And Max... from Sam & Max. Rabbits or bunnies are probably the most over-used animals in cartoons, I've no idea why. I've never understood the appeal.
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CeeJay wrote: EDIT: And Max... from Sam & Max. Rabbits or bunnies are probably the most over-used animals in cartoons, I've no idea why. I've never understood the appeal.
It's simple in video games, it justifies any high-jumping skills they may have.
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this is stunning, had no idea it could be pulled off so well, i've seen some other 2D mods which always look buggy but this one looks complete for the most part and the gameplay is very consistent, but I agree about a rabbit not being an original character, I would make it a Guniea Pig or Chinchilla or something less used
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This is pretty neat, I really like the aesthetic, it's so sweet that I'm afraid I'll get diabetes if I look at it for too long. Also, a sidescroller in the Doom engine is pretty rad too.
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The bunny looks adorably cute.
If i can only do Voice Acting to the Bunny...
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Alekv wrote:Unfortunately, in the gloom and GZDoom differently stretched 3D model of the coordinate Z, the game was made for gzdoom before, now I rewrote the whole modeldef under gloome and 3D models there is quite a lot
You can undo the model Z scaling in GZDoom by setting the "pixelratio" property to 1.0 in MAPINFO.
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Very cool and cute project. Are the level tiles made entirely out of 3D meshes? How are you handling the collision? I see that there are curved level tiles but models do not have any collision... are you making the level collision using invisible sectors?
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CeeJay wrote:Tiny Toon Adventures?
Looks interesting, though if it is meant to be something entirely original and not a game/mod adaptation of said show, a cartoon rabbit is probably not the most unique character to use in place of the player. Bugs Bunny, Buster Bunny, Roger Rabbit and Jazz Jackrabbit comes to mind.
EDIT: And Max... from Sam & Max. Rabbits or bunnies are probably the most over-used animals in cartoons, I've no idea why. I've never understood the appeal.
BFG wrote:this is stunning, had no idea it could be pulled off so well, i've seen some other 2D mods which always look buggy but this one looks complete for the most part and the gameplay is very consistent, but I agree about a rabbit not being an original character, I would make it a Guniea Pig or Chinchilla or something less used
What about a character .. He belongs not to me, so I'll be doing my, I'm certainly not a fighter for the rights, but so does not want to gain a lot of experience, do not know whether it will be a rabbit or any other character, but it will be like in Toon anyway.

As for bugs, they are here, on gzdoom 2 version, this game does not slow down at all, the video is not a lot of date and recorded it playing on gzdoom 2 version, but decided to switch to engine gloom, as it as on gzdoom 1+ version brakes, I very much lacks such settings as the "precash3dModels" in MAPINFO, of course I'm trying to do something about it, but if it does not remove the inhibition have to stop the further development of the game.
YukesVonFaust wrote:The bunny looks adorably cute.
If i can only do Voice Acting to the Bunny..
Yes, the game has no sound at all = (
But the sound \ music as a game I'll be ready at least 70%
The Zombie Killer wrote:You can undo the model Z scaling in GZDoom by setting the "pixelratio" property to 1.0 in MAPINFO.
Perhaps, but the models have been specially customized for the gloom, some not only stretched but also changed the height z coordinate of the 3D model, even if your ratio to adjust the pixel gzdoom will not look correctly. But I try to make compatible with both engines if possible.
Nash wrote:Very cool and cute project. Are the level tiles made entirely out of 3D meshes? How are you handling the collision? I see that there are curved level tiles but models do not have any collision... are you making the level collision using invisible sectors?
The character goes on a simple floor and sloping without textures, and 3D models posed so it seems the player goes to him =) There is, in principle, nothing complicated, the problem is only in the slow work of the gloom and gzdoom 1+ version .. very much lacks the cache configuration models boot level, although I'm not entirely sure that the brakes only for models, perhaps even because of the sloping floors.

Sorry for my English =)
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Are you using gzdb's export to .obj function to create the base for your models?
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kodi wrote:Are you using gzdb's export to .obj function to create the base for your models?
No, why? I'm doing a 3d model in blender and all models in the format .md3
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Figured it may be a timesaver to start out with the collision floors in gzdb,export the map to a 3d model, and make the md3's with that as a base. I'm really just interested in the workflow of using 3d models for map architecture because I'll be doing it myself soon enough :P
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very nice

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