I'm still slightly proud of Snow Simulator, since I basically wrote the Falling Sand Game physics a year before it was a thing, and at age 11.
Between college and programming my own games in C# and Java I don't really have any spare time for Stagecast stuff, but I wish you the best of luck with the forum. Stagecast and its community is what got me into programming in the first place, and I'd love to see it come back to life.
Post by BusterTheFox on Jun 29, 2012 16:19:06 GMT -8
3d: It obviously didn't turn out very well, but after seeing the idea of using the ".map" stage in the other window, I think I could actually make something pretty cool with this! I'm gonna have to play around with this idea. Usually when I play around with stuff for a while, I figure out ways to make stuff even better and more flexible.
Snow Simulator: Straight-up awesome use of making the square size small. I always knew there were some pretty good-looking possibilities by doing that! This is a pretty awesome demonstration! Although my computer doesn't like having so many moving objects on-screen. Lol
Ant Simulator: Hey! It's like a miniaturized version of Minecraft with ants! This gave me some ideas for a Minecraft clone.
I didn't really understand the rest of them. Haha. With the exception of Nose Simulator, I could at least see where you were going with it (infinite jumps in Ant and Castle for the win!).
It's too bad you won't be developing much new stuff, but I hope you can leave a post every now and then. And hey, if you find any of your newer stuff, don't hesitate to post them up right here!