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FPSC Classic Models and Media / does fps creator have more realistic models and animations then the demo does?

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doom on cats
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Posted: 9th Mar 2005 06:55
i find that there arn't many realistic models in fps creator demo, all except for the guns. What i mean is, the models look wonderful, but the way they act is everything but wonderful. Like for example: when they are standing next to each other, their all like shaking their heads at the same time, and it looks pathetic the way they move their whole bodies. and they don't notice you until your like 4 feet away. Their not smart at all, they have to get in with like 2 feet of you before they shoot you. And When you shoot them they simply just move backwards, even without moving thier legs. Please tell me that they have more animations and scripts and smarter enimies in the full version.( i have demo)
Noldor
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Posted: 9th Mar 2005 07:03
You can customize their AI yourselfe by writing
your own FPI script. You can use the AI script
to make them do idle animations more randomly
so that they don't shake their heads at the same
time.
And if you don't like the look of the models then
you can use your own models.
I all depends on how advanced a user you are. If
you only click everyting together then i am afraid
that you are stuck with the stock AI but if you
take some time to learn the FPI scripting then you
can customise it a LOT.
I hope that answers your question.
Van B
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Posted: 9th Mar 2005 19:21
Yeah, this is the whole point of EA (Early Adopter) versions, which is what the demo is a version of. It's really to give people a head start and get a good footing for v1. Letting people at the scripting system before the full release will mean v1 comes into a good community with a lot of neat scripts and media, which is where the real power of FPSC lies.


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doom on cats
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Posted: 10th Mar 2005 08:42
ok, thanks then, but just one thing: i have no idea about making AI scripts. It is an animation right? SO then where can i make a script, like in darkbasic or something?( i am only 12 you know)
Noldor
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Posted: 10th Mar 2005 17:25
You write it in notepad.
Its the FPI files that you point
to from the enemy within the Level editor.

But seeing as you are asking questions for the
DEMO i don't think you can write your own AI script.
The command list that you use to write it is in the
manual wich i don't think you get with the DEMO.
(altouh i might be wrong)
Opus
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Posted: 10th Mar 2005 22:45
Good information Noldor, and, by the way, any user can download the EA manual.

Idiot [this is the first and only time that I will refer to you by that name as any twelve year old clever enough to get as far as you have gotten is not an idiot] there are already some threads available that tell you how to alter the AI scripts. Read them and do a bit of experimenting.

Oh yes, do consider a name change. How about 'TryingHard'? Good luck.

Opus

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Posted: 11th Mar 2005 06:13
thanks
Zero #43
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Posted: 11th Mar 2005 07:18
12??, really??, I am only 13. Actually I just turned 13 in December.

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Noldor
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Posted: 11th Mar 2005 07:31
Im 22.
(feeling old here)
Chimera
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Posted: 12th Mar 2005 06:28
Never knew Noldor... For a kid every person you don't know in real life is a kid

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Mister Pal
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Posted: 12th Mar 2005 09:32
yeah same thing with me if i don't know i think they are about 16.

hi
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Posted: 13th Mar 2005 06:28 Edited at: 13th Mar 2005 06:28
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