## What's everyone working on? (tigsource inspired)

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### Re: What's everyone working on? (tigsource inspired)

Wow, @sheepolution, that looks really good. Do you have any more info on it?
Everyone's doing some very nice things in this thread, very cool stuff!
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### Re: What's everyone working on? (tigsource inspired)

Well, just changed the life bars + new throwing anim
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### Re: What's everyone working on? (tigsource inspired)

davisdude wrote:Wow, @sheepolution, that looks really good. Do you have any more info on it?
Thanks! Maybe you missed it but I posted a devlog on the bottom. That's pretty much all the info I can give you.
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### Re: What's everyone working on? (tigsource inspired)

Hoping this is effective as a sort of minimalist Factorio. Mobile in mind.

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### Re: What's everyone working on? (tigsource inspired)

Working on a 2d point-and-click game engine (and game) that (hot-re-)loads scenes from .psd files directly.

here's a video:

and a blog post

s-ol.nu /blog  -  p.s-ol.be /st8.lua  -  g.s-ol.be /gtglg /curcur

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print( type(love) )
if false then
baby:hurt(me)
end
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### Re: What's everyone working on? (tigsource inspired)

I had been contemplating it for a while as I was working on the prototype I posted before, so I decided to dig up my shelved 3D RPG engine to play around and came up with a new prototype that might work for me...

The main difference being that I decided to just snap everything to a 16 pixel grid instead of arbitrarily at 100 units per tile. So when I put in character sprites they'll be at 16x16 too. But I'll still have the option to up it to 32x32 if I need to.

I might be able to make something of the RPG engine after all. But I might not make it an RPG anymore. Depends. Shame though because I have such a great Inventory/Menu screen and Shop in progress.. Maybe I can salvage them though because they still work fine...

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### Re: What's everyone working on? (tigsource inspired)

Tanner wrote:Hoping this is effective as a sort of minimalist Factorio. Mobile in mind.
This looks really great. Are you developing it in the open?
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### Re: What's everyone working on? (tigsource inspired)

Jasoco wrote:I had been contemplating it for a while as I was working on the prototype I posted before, so I decided to dig up my shelved 3D RPG engine to play around and came up with a new prototype that might work for me...

The main difference being that I decided to just snap everything to a 16 pixel grid instead of arbitrarily at 100 units per tile. So when I put in character sprites they'll be at 16x16 too. But I'll still have the option to up it to 32x32 if I need to.

I might be able to make something of the RPG engine after all. But I might not make it an RPG anymore. Depends. Shame though because I have such a great Inventory/Menu screen and Shop in progress.. Maybe I can salvage them though because they still work fine...
That looks pretty cool. The menu system is really impressive, even if you don't use it for this game I'm sure you can re-purpose it.
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### Re: What's everyone working on? (tigsource inspired)

Jack5500 wrote:
Tanner wrote:Hoping this is effective as a sort of minimalist Factorio. Mobile in mind.
This looks really great. Are you developing it in the open?
Thanks! I am but it's just a loose collection of mechanics at this point and doesn't have it's own repo. It's on this branch of my prototypes repo, though: https://github.com/TannerRogalsky/love2 ... ree/colors
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### Re: What's everyone working on? (tigsource inspired)

I saw this Tweet from zep @ lexaloffle and decided to try it myself in Löve.

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