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Hypex 
Re: First Warp3D Nova game released
Posted on 4-Oct-2016 15:03:23
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@salass00

I think I've seen it. Ancient Domains of Mystery? It certainly is regardless.

I like the backdrop to Time & Magick text adventure.

So yes I must have a fixation on graphics.

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Mabo 
Re: First Warp3D Nova game released
Posted on 18-Aug-2023 3:22:45
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Hi there /

I want to have a try to this game where can i download it ?

Also is there any version without Warp3D Nova ?

My configuration is:

Pegasos 2, 1024 RAM, G4, Radeon 9250, AmigaOs 4.1 Fe Update 2.

Ty ^^

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bennymee 
Re: First Warp3D Nova game released
Posted on 18-Aug-2023 7:27:13
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@Mabo

The weblink given does not work, just seach for Amicraft on os4depot.net and it is downloadable.

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Re: First Warp3D Nova game released
Posted on 18-Aug-2023 7:50:45
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@mabo, bennymee

Readme cleary says : amicraft Requires Warp3D Nova and ogles2.library. So no warp3dnova, no amicraft :)

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Mabo 
Re: First Warp3D Nova game released
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@kas1e

All the versions beta included require Warp3D Nova ?

Ty

@bennymee

I need beta versions not the last one

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Rob 
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@Mabo

Have you tried contacting the author to ask if he'll re-upload the Warp3D version? His email address is on OS4 Depot.

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Mabo 
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@Rob

I will ty :)

At present Im inspecting old versions via archive but it always download the latest one unfortunately :(

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Quote:

wawa wrote:
@salass00

Quote:
Is it not allowed to create 3D games with simplistic art style?


it is. but they are hardly a showcase to demonstrate advanced 3d tech. thats all.


That depends. The trick with any minecraft style game isn't what you draw. It's what you don't draw. On one hand, your world is made of cubic blocks so it's extremely easy to work out which part of a cube to render (there's only ever a maximum of three visible faces) but then you've got the whole visible voxel problem to solve, and from a rendering perspective, aside from the potentially large number of visible surface polygons for any reasonable draw distance, you also have the problem of basic texture management. They may be small so you can easily cache them, but every block can be a different kind. Avoiding texture changes is desirable because that involves changing various array pointers. I suspect that an atlas model is used in which very many basic block textures are stored in a single texture map to reduce the amount of texture changes.

It's easy to look at any game like this and conclude it must be basic AF, but that's only because the complexities are well hidden.

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And so the years pass by

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@Karlos

I have not seen wawa post here in years, I see his post is from 2016

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@NutsAboutAmiga

That doesn't change anything about the observation made regarding the challenges of implementing a minecraft style game.

Besides, I love talking to the digitally departed, it's like an electronic seance.

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