Lego Brick Building System || Unity3d Game. (pre-Alfa)

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  1. matfe

    matfe New Member

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    #1 matfe, Mar 20, 2014
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  2. Navesele

    Navesele New Member

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    Looks nice. :) What kind of other Lego elements do you have in the game exept bricks?
     
  3. T3MU

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    It was really hard to control. All of the time I tried placing the blocks with mousebutton because of minecraft perhaps. I would totally change the controls closer to that what is used in minecraft.
    So, select block with 1-5 and place with mouse left and remove with mouse right. Moving works with WASD- keys, but it would be nice to have mouselook for the camera also.

    EDIT:

    I LOVE LEGOS
     
    #3 T3MU, May 7, 2014
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  4. TriStarch

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    Cool little project. :)

    I definitely agree on making the controls more minecraft-like. I think the block placement would still work with the mouse controlling the camera, too.

    It would also help a lot if there was a transparent preview of where the block will be when you place it since it's not clear where the anchor point is for each of the blocks.
     

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