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Changing projectiles speed size and damage.

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Changing projectiles speed size and damage.

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Can someone tell me where can I change the properties of bullets in water wars mode? I want to make bullets more big but slower and with less damage for a more friendly less instant death gameplay.
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C++ Source files. "src/fpsgame/weapon.cpp". Have a play around with it... You may need to have a look through other files to change damage and such.
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Wow that's alot of coding I dont even know where to start does anyone know a tutorial about this? This is important for making a game a tutorial about this will be a big step in helping players make their own game.

So I can just edit the coding in notepad to change the properties of weapons? or do i need a special sofware to edit these files?
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You'll need CodeBlocks, or, a valid compiler for C++ and you'll need to follow the tutorial on the wiki about Compiling the source code.

And about editing that file, I wouldn't personally touch it with a barge-pole. Not because it's complex, but because it makes no sense to me. Well, I know how it works, but why do it that way?
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