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1  Java Game APIs & Engines / OpenGL Development / Re: help for creating a 3D landscape like this one on: 2012-12-08 10:44:53
Thank you very much for your pieces of advice!

As a matter of fact, I don't OpenGL yet, and I would like to learn coding a wireframe landscape (interesting case, I think).
I'm interested in coding a random/procedural terrain.

Thank you for your help! Smiley

2  Java Game APIs & Engines / OpenGL Development / help for creating a 3D landscape like this one on: 2012-12-07 21:45:46

I'm an average Java coder, and now I want to learn OpenGL (in Java) to make a landscape like the one shown in the picture below (it's a Linux screensaver).

Actually, the color stuff is not what I'm interested in: what I would like to achieve is just the wireframe view of such a landscape (pretty basic thing in OpenGL, I imagine...)

So Big, Big, Big Thank You for providing me any piece of advice (or code) you have about what I should do in order to create a wireframe landscape!!!!!!!

PS: if your tips, lines of code or weblinks deal with C/C++/C#, no problem, I'll figure out how to make it work in Java, so feel free to post any piece of help (because I'm really starting from scratch on this one, and I really want to code it!). Thank you very much!

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3  Games Center / Featured Games / Re: Pixel Towers - Android / Desktop Game on: 2012-12-02 12:35:39
Thank you for your reply.
Really cool game/concept Smiley
4  Games Center / Featured Games / Re: Pixel Towers - Android / Desktop Game on: 2012-12-01 15:58:47

I've just tried your game and I like it! Great visual style! Smiley

Actually, I was wondering how you coded the -lovely- little sprites.
Are they real 2D sprites done in a graphic software, or are they Java-coded using colors and pixels?

5  Games Center / Showcase / PowaBlox on: 2012-12-01 15:53:58

I coded a free online puzzle-game, and it's now available Smiley

It's a "Columns"-like game (if you don't know Columns, it's a puzzle game from Sega, back in the 90s).

Here's the official link:
(it's a french name with a deliberate (fun) syntax error, which could be translated like this "").

On the website, few links are not active yet, but the most useful ones are!

 Play PowaBlox


Here are the (easy) rules :

1) you have to align 3 (or more) blocks with the same color or number.
Aligned blocks are removed from the game, and they will give you points (please see the "Points per (removed) Blox" score, at the bottom of the game area).
=> so just align 3-or-more similar blocks: that's this easy!

2) in order to make cool scores, simply perform efficient block alignments in order to remove ALL!!! the blocks which are above the horizontal white line (see the game area). Doing this will perform a "level-up" for your global score!

That's it! You know all the game instructions! It's dead easy!

To make it short: quickly combine 1) and 2) (focus on the the red parts) and you'll make high scores! Smiley It's pretty challenging, and that's cool because there's an online leaderboard!!!!

You can try the game as a guest, and if the game entertains you, then you can register your username (quick & free process!) in order to save your stats, and show your scores to all the other players on Earth!!!

So who will be the best in the world? Smiley

Feel free to tell your friends about the game, because the more challengers there are, the best the game is! Smiley

Good luck, enjoy the game, and have fun !


note 1: actually, each time you fully clean what's above the horizontal white line, you gain 7 seconds of extra-time + you gain 5 more blocks to play with + your "Points per (removed) Blox" score rises (and, of course, so does your global score! Cool ). They are perfect bonuses for making high scores! Smiley

note 2: play the game with the mouse & press the spacebar to pause/unpause the game

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