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Offline breakingbyte

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Projects: 1



« Posted 2013-09-20 15:05:19 »

Exp3D
(Android / Browser)
www.breakingbyte.com/exp3d/



I thought I would let you know about the game I've been working on.
It was recently released on Google Play. Smiley

Description


Exp3D is a vertical scrolling shooter. Since it's a very crowded niche I tried to polish the game:
  • full 3D backgrounds and ships
  • smooth: 60FPS on most devices
  • different levels with their own boss and music

           

You can try it for free on Google Play:


I didn't want to make people pay upfront, so the game is a free demo and you can unlock the full version with an in-app purchase.
There's also a way to play the entire game for free, but this is more reserved to hardcore-gamers.

A few more links:
-> Blog
-> WebGL demo

Offline wessles

JGO Wizard


Medals: 66
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Radirius Software Lead Developer


« Reply #1 - Posted 2013-09-21 03:35:54 »

Nice game! Kind of stinks to play it on a laptop though (really need an android...).

Just wondering, how do you do the background? Do you have a whole level that repeats, and is rendered like a skybox (rendered in back of EVERYTHING)?

Offline breakingbyte

Junior Newbie


Projects: 1



« Reply #2 - Posted 2013-09-21 06:54:33 »

Thank you!

The background is a big 3D mesh that repeats itself.
It's part of the 3D scene, behind the ships, it just scrolls infinitely and when it reaches the end of the mesh it scrolls again from the beginning.
The only tricky part is to make the 'beginning' of the mesh similar to its 'end' when you model it, so you can have a seamless transition when the pattern repeats.
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