The Super Alpha of AGIP

This version of AGIP lets the user generate random levels and gives them the option to edit the generated levels. After the level is generated the user is able to start the game and explore the level. This version is not optimized and does not offer multiplayer – those features will come in the future!…

Projectiles (Bullets) using OpenGL/Glut

Compiled using Code::Blocks 13.12 in Ubuntu 14: Build options -> Linker Settings (Other Linker Options): -lGL -lGLU -lglut Properties -> Build Targets (Type): GUI Application The following code changes and additions are based off the code posted in Movement using OpenGL/Glut. New defines, structures, and global variables added. Addition to void keyboard() The keyboard() function…

Movement using OpenGL/Glut

Compiled using Code::Blocks 13.12 in Ubuntu 14: Build options -> Linker Settings (Other Linker Options): -lGL -lGLU -lglut Properties -> Build Targets (Type): GUI Application Movement.c is a program that draws a triangle on screen and accepts user input that moves/rotates the triangle. It is written in C using OpenGL/GLUT libraries. This post does not…

Simple Enemy Pacing Script [Unity3D]

Unity3D Version: 4.3.3f1 This C# code is for a simple enemy pacing script. The GameObject that has this script attached will go back and fourth in any Axis that isĀ desiredĀ (default is to pace in the X-Axis). The GameObject uses a Ridged Body which makes it is quick to add other mechanics to it, such as…

MrPig the Game!

Don’t like reading? Download the game here! During the past few months I have been playing Helicopter on my Palm-Pre (yes, ancient now), and with the up roar of FlappyBird I managed to try it out as well. The great thing about these games are that they are simple. Helicopter has nice smooth controls, but…

Global Game Jam 2014 – Trouble in Paradise

I participated in the Global Game Jam this year, and while I may have worked alone (as I got there late and groups were already formed) I learned a lot. We don’t see things as they are, we see them as we are. I received the theme (above) via text as I was waiting for…