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Work in Progress / WIP - Banned

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biohazardNL
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Posted: 1st Jan 2013 17:02
Heya guys,

I decided to update this one once again, special thanks to our followers at indiedb! we like to have more followers offcourse.

Game Name: Banned

Genre: FPS (with RPG elements)

Network Enabled: Yes

Where to find more info:
http://indiedb.com/games/banned

About:

You are the Omega Project a military project set up by the government,the main purpose was to get you special powers. since the project became to expensive they dropped it, put you behind bars in a special highly secured prison with a part of all other experiments. some guy, a mysterious man helps you to break out. your main purpose is to strike back and finish off all personal in the project to take revenge

Screenshots:



http://www.indiedb.com/games/banned/images/banned-base-showcase2

http://www.indiedb.com/games/banned/images/banned-base-showcase4

http://www.indiedb.com/games/banned/images/banned-base-showcase1

http://www.indiedb.com/games/banned/images/banned-base-showcase43

We also have some showcase video's where you can see what's new on database development and such features.

Come and check out our indiedb page here again:
http://indiedb.com/games/banned

Current project: Banned
see it at: http://www.tbhproductions.com
Chris Tate
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Posted: 1st Jan 2013 18:45
Looks really stunning. Very cool indeed. How long has this been running? Why did you prefer the Leadwerks engine over DGDK? How are you finding SQLite as your database engine?

Keep on going!

Duffer
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Posted: 1st Jan 2013 19:22
@ biohazardNL,

Everything Chris Tate said/asked.

- and especially would like to know how you are finding SQLite as a database engine for your game - particularly in relation to RPGesque aspects.?

a long time dabbler with DBC and DBPro with no actual talent but lots of enthusiasm...
biohazardNL
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Posted: 1st Jan 2013 19:37
Thanks! this is very motivating, to make the game not only look stunning but just to make it really stunning!

@Chris Tate
I've been running this project for like 1.5 year now. I started with using FPSC but in like 4 weeks I discovered that FPSC wasn't too powerful enough so I was browsing the net and saw that leadwerks engine is not only powerful but also customisable to the max. everything can be changed, with C++, C, C#, VB.net, LUA, Delphi, pascal and BMAX. so there is no limit. also I'm using EKIONE as AI engine, as far as I know DGDK didn't supported it (using the studio licence for it)

For my choice in SQlite3... it was the best choice I've made so far. this really allows me t do everything I want. the graphics could be changed live and all player attributes too. It even allows me to make use of weapon customization (HINT ) and also MOD allowance (Second HINT! ).

for RPG elements; it makes it really easy to update every line, I can even make the story change if I like too depending on what the player chose.

Current project: Banned
see it at: http://www.tbhproductions.com
MrValentine
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Posted: 1st Jan 2013 20:19
Ooo Interesting...

I saw you post this on TGCs FB hehe...

I had a look at a few screenshots... Are you using the LW Physics engine?

biohazardNL
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Posted: 1st Jan 2013 20:27
Yes I'm Using NEWTON physics engine
It's quite okay

Current project: Banned
see it at: http://www.tbhproductions.com
MrValentine
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Posted: 1st Jan 2013 20:37
Cool, thanks for answering

biohazardNL
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Posted: 1st Jan 2013 21:41
Your welcome !

Current project: Banned
see it at: http://www.tbhproductions.com
MrValentine
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Posted: 1st Jan 2013 23:39
MUST! RESTRAIN! FROM! POSTING!

Quote: "YOU'RE"




Sorry man, Just could not hold it back...

biohazardNL
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Posted: 2nd Jan 2013 11:16
Whaha no problem.
I know my spelling isn't always correct.
and I didn't sleep for a long time due HAPPY NEWYEAR!!

Current project: Banned
see it at: http://www.tbhproductions.com
MrValentine
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Posted: 2nd Jan 2013 11:50
Haha... Happy New Year to you too buddy

BTW those crates you are using... Are they from the TGC Store or custom made?

biohazardNL
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Posted: 2nd Jan 2013 11:52
thank

those crates are neither from TGC Store, nor custom made by me. I got them as gift

Current project: Banned
see it at: http://www.tbhproductions.com
MrValentine
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Posted: 2nd Jan 2013 15:15
That is nice

Chris Tate
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Posted: 2nd Jan 2013 18:32
Quote: "leadwerks engine is not only powerful but also customisable to the max. everything can be changed, with C++, C, C#, VB.net, LUA, Delphi, pascal and BMAX."


Wish I started out with Leadwerks before; sounds really sophisticated. I tend to avoid making changes whilst refining what I already have; which is why I'm still using DBP (with a little bit of VB.NET, PHP, XML and LUA)

Looking forward to seeing the progress.

biohazardNL
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Posted: 3rd Jan 2013 00:31
Quote: "Wish I started out with Leadwerks before; sounds really sophisticated. I tend to avoid making changes whilst refining what I already have; which is why I'm still using DBP (with a little bit of VB.NET, PHP, XML and LUA)"


Ah yeah I understand about that one.
LUA is my core game language though, for the progress I mainly will update the indiedb page and for the really big updates I will update here too if the thread Isn't locked by then.

Current project: Banned
see it at: http://www.tbhproductions.com

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