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    3d type landscapes

    Hi all,

    Over the last 5 days or so there has been an interesting discussion going about game programming and landscapes at DelphiSanctuary the home page for Omega.

    I know PGD doesn't have much action for Omega but it is interesting stuff regardless of which GFX engine you use.

    http://www.delphisanctuary.com/forum...opic.php?t=546

    http://www.delphisanctuary.com/forum...opic.php?t=549

    A few demos are now available including source code.

    Lots of interesting stuff about shading and placing of sprites on a landscape etc.
    The views expressed on this programme are bloody good ones. - Fred Dagg

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    3d type landscapes

    Thanks for pointing it out. Some very cool stuff in there. Dan's game looks very nice and so does everyone else's.

    Please tell the Omega developers to drop by here and let us know about their projects, that way we can post news items about them and its better exposure for all concerned.
    <br /><br />There are a lot of people who are dead while they are still alive. I want to be alive until the day I die.<br />-= Paulo Coelho =-

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    3d type landscapes

    Yes, the new samples are indeed very good.

    And my Omega project is already listed in the Projects thread, it will have some Update soon with Czars and Dans new ideas.

    I would like to have ogg support for Omega, can anybody give me a sample or tell me how to play an ogg file with Directplay?

    Thanks,
    Firle

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    3d type landscapes

    There are now two 3d landscape example programs with source available. They include sprites that move around the landscape. The basics are there to make a really cool game.

    Check them out here

    http://www.delphisanctuary.com/forum...opic.php?t=553

    I would think it would be quite a good idea to convert these to Asphyre or some other gfx library.

    For some screen shots of the two engines checkout

    http://www.delphisanctuary.com/forum...t=549&start=30


    Cya
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