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Posted 27 July 2011 - 03:49 PM
@u9i: Thank you I'm actually an artist too (but I love programming so much that I wanted to focus on it this time and let the graphics be done by someone else) that's why I make games in a different way. This game for example started with the thought "Wouldn't it look amazingly cool? A clouded sky (a few layers with a parallax scolling effect), rain falling down (+sound),..." So I decided to make a game around the idea of a never ending rainfall And with every thing/object I programming I look at it in a "graphical" way. Yesterday I added "containers" (crates, barrels, pots,...) to the game. You could just make a normal crate and a broken one so when you hit a crate the image changes, but no! I made it spawn a few separate pieces of broken wood that "fly" away in random direction and fall down out of sight (+ sound effect of course)
Had a similar comment about the story from someone else... We're not going to change it, I just hope it sounds boring because we just showed it as a one screen textbox...
[quote]The Game takes place in a (fantasy) world where the weather is controlled by the (good) "Weather Wizard". Everything is fine until one day the Wizard becomes ill... An evil monster bacteria has taken over the wizard's Weather Tower and it has been raining since... Someone has defeat this evil creature and cure the wizard... Who has the courage, who will save our world?
You of course! As the son of a doctor/professor, wielding your trusty umbrella you'll have to make your way to the tower, defeat the evil bacteria, cure the wizard and make an end to the rainfall![/quote]
That's the story like I told it in the "Rainy Day"-topic on the Open Pandora Boards Oh and maybe this image helps to make it look better
Oh and we already added a "puzzle element" to the game: http://boards.openpa...dpost__p__80459
Thanks again ^__^
Posted 27 July 2011 - 06:18 PM
Posted 28 July 2011 - 10:05 PM
Posted 29 July 2011 - 12:15 AM
weather wizards sounds good to me.
But you could give him/her a name...
Willy or Wilma, the Weather Wizard