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cdimauro 
Re: JUMP!
Posted on 29-May-2022 13:45:55
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@Karlos

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Karlos wrote:
@cdimauro

I wouldn't be surprised if it drops a frame here and there but if you watch the video of it being played, it looks pretty smooth.

Yes, in general it's smooth.
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While I was watching it, I realised one thing thar has been bugging me a bit. Some of the tunnel sections rotate, either due to the ball hitting a particular tile, or on a timer. The rotation definitely makes the tiles seem like true polygons. They could of course be pre rendered still, but the complete combination of every tile type, position, size and interim rotation seems like it would require an unreasonable amount of prerendering.

Indeed. However an Amiga 1200 with just fast ram hasn't enough performance for generating this 3D scene.

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Re: JUMP!
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@cdimauro

It certainly wouldn't be my expectation that this is realtime. Which makes the fact it seems realtime all the more impressive.

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Re: JUMP!
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@Karlos: absolutely! Kudos to the developer.

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