the Reef - indie game concept made in 12 hours

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  1. TheToucher

    TheToucher New Member

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    Hi guys,

    Just though I would share a project I created by accident over the weekend =)



    More info here.

    Thanks
    James
     
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  2. Nexic

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    Nice. Now you just need to put in another 2000 hours to make it into an actual game! :)
     
  3. j0d1

    j0d1 New Member

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    Where's the game?
     
  4. Arowx

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    Like the caustics and the fog, what about bubbles and particles drifting that would spice it up a bit!

    What tech are you using?
     
  5. TheToucher

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    It's only a concept (ref more info link in topic), I didn't get to build in any traditional gameplay in the time, it's just interesting to see where a simple idea can go in a short time frame.

    Another day or two and a solid game could easily start to emerge, but I dont need any new projects right now so I might shelve this one for a rainy day.

    Bubbles are a good idea, I had started work on some 'floating particles' and light scattering but was beaten by time.

    The core tech is jMonkeyEngine.

    Cheers
     

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