Is this ide the express version, and if so where and which scripts to use?
----- Original Message ----- From: "Che" <c...@blindadrenaline.com>
To: "Gamers Discussion list" <gamers@audyssey.org>
Sent: Saturday, February 21, 2009 5:09 PM
Subject: [Audyssey] potential programmers, was : idea fora new game


Hmm, well if you are going to give up that easy at the first challenge you
meet, programming probably isn't for you anyway there Oreo my friend.
Programming is very rewarding, but it can also be very frustrating, and
often you find yourself running to stand still.  Set goals for yourself,
then take them down one at a time.
 Your first goal should be to research the accessibility of vb .net. The
IDE is very accessible, especially with the right scripts.
 You can develop a very professional audio game with vb .net, and you can
teach yourself to do it as well, with basically no out of pocket expense.
But like I said, if your attitude tends toward that of "this is hard, so I
quit" then there is really no need to start.
 Lots of people talk on this and other lists about game ideas and they are
going to program this or that, but very few do it.  which is very
unfortunate, as we could certainly do with more enthusiastic game developers
out there that can actually produce something worthwhile.
The tools are out there for you guys to take advantage of. I bet a lot of
you have plenty of extra time you could spend learning to program these
games, and at the same time you are actually learning a skill that might get
you a job one day.
 It can be done, just ask the guy that runs Blind adrenaline Simulations.
 Later,
che


----- Original Message ----- From: "oriol711" <oriol...@gmail.com>
To: "Che" <c...@blindadrenaline.com>; "Gamers Discussion list"
<gamers@audyssey.org>
Sent: Saturday, February 21, 2009 12:39 AM
Subject: Re: [Audyssey] idea for a new game.


Good idea, I should do that too. I've tried many times, but never find
the what I want. For example I tried vb .net express, but it wasn't
accessible, at least the ide wasn't. So I thought well let's find
something else... and here I am, haha.

On 2/21/09, Che <c...@blindadrenaline.com> wrote:
  Hi ya,
  I am going to be starting development on an online fighting game very
soon, right after the card games are up and running smoothly.
  At first it will be a test bed for checking what kind of lag times I
wil
have to deal with, so will start out as a fairly simple multiplayer
boxing
game, from there it might develop into a full fledged fighter, depending
on
interest.
  As to your idea, if you have a good game idea and plenty of free time,
why
not do what I did and teach yourself to program, then make the game
yourself?
  You won't get rich at it, but you could generate a bit of money, and
teach
yourself an employable skill at the same time.
  Later,
che

----- Original Message -----
From: "Matheus" <an...@bol.com.br>
To: <gamers@audyssey.org>
Sent: Friday, February 20, 2009 7:00 PM
Subject: [Audyssey] idea for a new game.


hey all.
hmm, in these last hours i was without anything good to do, so i'm
thinking in a idea for a new game.
i imagine this whouldn't take many time to develope, but i'm not even a
amateur in programing, so have no idea.
my idea for the game is the following:
a fighting game, but not a normal fighting game like the main stream
ones, for example mortal combat, tekken, etc...
i'd like to see something like:
for a short game, it could have random things wen loading, for example
the size of the place. for example a street. the game could have lets
say 5 chars to choose (if the time permits even do more) and one stage,
that change everytime you start a game with the random things.
so, the street could have cars pasting around, so if you don't take
care, they can hit you, trash cans, pipes, that you could take to hit
your enemy, walls, and some more things that could hurt your enemy.
or that hitting a good combo of punchs and kicks you could cause he to
go and be hurt in certain places, depending in his location.
then, each char could have two types of punchs, the high and low punch,
and the two types of kick, high and low tow.
and with the combinations of buttons you could create a combo, and a key
for taking / throwing objects at your enemy.
and another key for a special, that could be for example, punching and
kicking your
enemy many times until he is in the ground, then you could press this
key to  get his head and start
crashing  it in the ground, or a wall...
but, the streets could be a normal street, not extremely big, but not
something small where you move some steps and awreade find your enemyes.
hmm, what do you guys think of the idea? did you think that it worth
trying create a game like this?
personaly i'd love to see a fighting game in this style...
there was danger city, but hmm, well, it was a side scroller, i whould
really prefer something with free movement.
and it whouldn't get tow boring, well, it whould just have one option,
the fight against the computer, so you choose a char, and they random
chooses another, then you can set in the setting the difficulty of the
game, and with the stages random, it can give much replayability...
but if someone is really interested in doing a good game, then it can
generate some chars to you fight against, and then a boss, than can
depends tow, could be random.
but the first one is much more simple to do than this one i think.
well, so what do you all think?
anyone in the future is interested to working on it or in a cimilar
thing?
it maybe can even have online play, then it whould rocks......
well its that.
thanks and best regards.
Matheus

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