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Future adventure game

Postby CollegeforKids » June 24th, 2009, 12:10 pm

Just wanted to show my map for a future adventure game. I started making it to show the kids how to properly implement what we taught them, and how to make a storyline without having to do quests or attacking (we couldn't teach them either)

You wake up in one of the beds (they bounce! ^^) and your sister explains that tereasa needs some help. If you're nosy you'll discover the book talks about a legend regarding people who live in the mountain and control the creatures.

You'll find tereasa in the garden, where the explains she's being overrun with rats. You guide the rats right into a lava pit (gotta explain that one better sometime...haha) When you go back to check on the garden, there is a small shiny objecy with an inscription - you must journey into the mountain to help the mountain people (Crax) and restore order to the creatures.

There are caves with bears and other false-alarms, and then you discover the main path. Unfortunatly the path is guarded and you cannot pass. Luckily, there is a gathering of "Crax fans" who say that "That guard is so spacey you could walk up right behind her" You get the idea and find old stairs covered in thorns behind her. You climb up and whaaalaaa you are up on the mountain!

This is as far as I've gotten, but more is already planned ;)



The house you wake up in:

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The attic:

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Outside of the house:
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A pond:
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The mountain as viewed from the house roof:
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The garden:
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Tereasa asking for help:
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The mountain guard:
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The fans:
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Re: Future adventure game

Postby GoBologna120 » June 24th, 2009, 12:23 pm

Wow. That map looks incredible.
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Yay. ^_^

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Re: Future adventure game

Postby Mike » June 24th, 2009, 12:47 pm

This looks awesome!! (except the geometry errors in the last screen :D). When do we get to play this? I want to run around in it :D Also if there were any particular cool/neat/warm moments with the kids, I would love to hear about it in the warm fuzzy section. That area needs some love! I should post some myself. Take care!
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Re: Future adventure game

Postby Dannyboi » June 24th, 2009, 12:51 pm

HEY!!! This shows true talent! Its awesome!! But you should make a download link for it. This is a nice map it gave some good ideas for my new map.

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Re: Future adventure game

Postby CollegeforKids » June 24th, 2009, 1:29 pm

Wow, thanks, everyone! Yeah the geometry errors on the mountain really make me mad. I can't decide if I should start over in some areas or try to repair...I takes SO LONG to repair the errors, yet redoing part of the mountain might mess other things up - so I dunno.

Yeah I'd love to make a download link when it's a little closer to being finished...I think I might submit it as custom content if you guys like it so much.

I appreciate the support, now I want to finish haha

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Re: Future adventure game

Postby Obsidian » June 24th, 2009, 4:05 pm

CollegeforKids wrote:Wow, thanks, everyone! Yeah the geometry errors on the mountain really make me mad. I can't decide if I should start over in some areas or try to repair...I takes SO LONG to repair the errors, yet redoing part of the mountain might mess other things up - so I dunno.

Yeah I'd love to make a download link when it's a little closer to being finished...I think I might submit it as custom content if you guys like it so much.

I appreciate the support, now I want to finish haha


Depending on the size, you might just be able to stick it in an archive file and then upload it onto the forums. :)
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Re: Future adventure game

Postby Kevin » June 25th, 2009, 1:00 am

This is amazing, great work!

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Re: Future adventure game

Postby Mike » June 25th, 2009, 3:38 pm

To fix geometry errors I either use heightmap mode with a big grid size and modify it or use the third mouse button to fix the angles. I believe shift 7 will show you what gridsize it was when first made so you can use that gridsize to fix it. Take care.
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Re: Future adventure game

Postby MrApophis » July 7th, 2009, 1:02 am

Nice job! I'd give this an 875/1000 . Keep up the great work.

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Re: Future adventure game

Postby Mike » July 11th, 2009, 7:37 am

Any updates on this? I can't wait to see more!! Take care.
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