Anyone used it? Anyone give me any tips / hints etc? Anyone suggest a better program?
And, the big one, and I have no idea how this would work, but anyone want to work with me to create a game?
i don't like starting new threads and it's kinda about making games.
You should have a look at that software monkey, I think you might like it.
Think I'll have to get a new card though before I start getting too far into this.
> If you're talking 3D, the maths isn't too difficult. Just need to
> learn how to position to scale, collide with objects in 3D space,
> that sort of thing. It's the rendering of textures and bigger things
> that DB looks a bit limited with.
I meant the fact that Honours machine crashes when trying to load up a click and create type game. A 3d engine is a far greater resource hog. The ogre 3d engine I was using took a HUGE amount of resources before it even displayed anything. The maths are no great deal. :D
> I've been playing around with a demo and the only problem I can find
> is that on bigger games it crashes when loading them to play, but I
> think this could be because the PC I'm using it on has the graphics
> card built into the motherboard.
?!?!? Any you were wanting to go down the full 3d route? :D
> I'm actually going to use some other software.
> You can "drag and drop" components together, and you can
> also code your own, so I think this may be good to start off with,
> but also give some flexibility in the future.
yeah i saw that for 5 pounds a few years back bt didn't buy it because it is supposed to be riddled with bugs. i think dark basic would be better, but if you want to work your way up to that just let me know if you use it.