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For my next project...
Posted on: 2017/3/30 21:42
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Now that Insecticide is completed, I need a new project. Hopefully one that won't take 8 years. I had begun work on Action 54, but I have decided I didn't want to do that any more. I had thought of a better idea. One that I can actually do, and one that I will enjoy play testing. So I've begun work on a game called "Chris's Casino." This idea came about because I figured card suits are red and black, roulette numbers are red and black as well (well, except for the green zeros.) And so I figured why not make this game for a system whose specialty is showing red and black then? I am not an artist, though, so I'd need a better title screen. The logo is independent of the cards/roulette table world. If someone could design a better picture I could use, I would very much appreciate it. First I would like to finish Video Poker and Roulette, and if that is successful, I might add more games, but for now, those are the two I want to do. I think I began work on a casino game before for the VB, but darned if I can find it. I also had a tough time because it took a while to display the title screen in Mednafen for some reason. Insecticide's warning screen comes on right away. How odd.

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#2
Re: For my next project...
Posted on: 2017/3/31 3:31
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I liked the idea!

I wish you a nice work !
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#3
Re: For my next project...
Posted on: 2017/3/31 9:10
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So after hours and hours of trying, I finally made a roulette table where you can place a chip where you want to bet. It's not a very nice-looking roulette table, though, but it gets the job done. I think I'll play some casino game with roulette to further get the rules on where the chips can be placed.

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Re: For my next project...
Posted on: 2017/4/1 18:19
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Was thinking about it, and feel like this would be a good time to work on my 3d modeling skills; started modeling the roulette wheel and should be done with it soon enough.
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Basic idea would be to pair it with a pixel art shader. Toshihiro Kushizaki's made rounds at some point:
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It's quite excellent (and that way I could render it separately for both eyes if you wanted a stereoscopic version of it).

(PS: Swapped out the example cause I found one that wasn't as awk.)
Edited by Twila on 2017/4/1 18:33
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Re: For my next project...
Posted on: 2017/4/14 23:25
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I now have an error when compiling with VBDE saying an argument error is too long. What argument? Where is it? Why does it even say that?

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Re: For my next project...
Posted on: 2017/4/15 0:11
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You should provide the whole project including all files, otherwise it's hard to recreate the error.

Just to make sure, did you add a header file to the root of your project folder? You can just copy one from any of the sample projects and edit it.
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Re: For my next project...
Posted on: 2017/4/15 0:34
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I tried to compress it but I got this error:

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#8
Re: For my next project...
Posted on: 2017/4/15 0:36
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I opened the file "release" and it had a file folder called "release" and I opened it and it had a file folder called "release." It goes to infinity apparently. It's a wonder I still have room on my hard drive.
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#9
Re: For my next project...
Posted on: 2017/4/15 1:12
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VirtualChris wrote:
I opened the file "release" and it had a file folder called "release" and I opened it and it had a file folder called "release." It goes to infinity apparently. It's a wonder I still have room on my hard drive.


This generally happens when the incorrect bulding type is passed to the makefile. Make sure that you replicated exaclty the folder structure of the VBDE sample projects, delete the release folder, and try to compile from VBDE's Notepad++ again (I guess you're using that).
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#10
Re: For my next project...
Posted on: 2017/4/15 1:23
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I can't delete the release folder. It says it's too long.
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