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Offline bfplima

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« Posted 2008-01-22 14:51:08 »

Hi guys.

Where can I find information about 2D fighting game?

I want to make my own fighting game and I looking for any information about developer it.

Any tip, help or suggest  are welcome.   Wink

Thank you.
Offline bfplima

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« Reply #1 - Posted 2008-01-23 11:51:21 »

Somebody could direct me?

Is there a tutorial ?

Is there a framework or lib to create 2D fighting game in Java?

Something about collision detection, fighter animation, moves, combos and etc...

I very appreciate "Marvel vs Capcom" series, my dream is make fighting game like it.

Is an impossible dream? Cry

Thank you again.

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« Reply #2 - Posted 2008-01-23 12:30:12 »

What have you developed before so that people can pick the right tutorials for you? What sort of experience have you had? Most people here will tell you that before you start something complicated like a fighting game you need to start small.

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Offline bfplima

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« Reply #3 - Posted 2008-01-23 13:11:55 »

Hi Kev.

Thank you for your attention with me.

I`m from Brazil.

I`m System Analyst and work with Java and .NET with Geotechnologies(www.esri.com).

I have strong knowledge about Java SE and basic concepts of Game development.

I made some amatuers games like as: Shootin`up, cards e board games.

They are very basic games.

Currently I`m make a Peg Solitarie game for Cell Phone with JME.

I developing game for hobby.

Thank you.
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« Reply #4 - Posted 2008-01-23 13:47:18 »

Collision Detection and proper gameplay in 2d fighting games are pretty difficult to do e.g.(street fighter 2, kof, guilty gear, etc). One engine on the PC called MUGEN did this pretty well.

MUGEN was not written in java and its source was not released, however there have been plenty clones of it over the years whose source code has been released, doing a few searches on it may help you with some tutorials or code.
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« Reply #5 - Posted 2008-01-23 14:19:49 »

Aaaaaaah MUGEN  Grin

Take a look to Mugen.Java, a java clone of MUGEN (still not complete but it look quite good).
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