Tagged:  galaxy

By Mak, November 22, 2013 Comments Off on A question of scale… Design, Dev

So, addressing the consistency of vessel sizes led to addressing space stations (naturally – ships need to dock), which has led looking at how I am portraying the volume of ‘local space’ you would be in when by a station,… Read More »

By Mak, November 15, 2013 Comments Off on Weekly Update : Context Design, Dev

This week has seen a fair amount of context switching as I started on the vessel/NPC behaviours. I reconsidered the initial state machine design I had in mind after some ‘paper walkthroughs’ which showed it wouldn’t worked as I hoped…. Read More »

By Mak, October 19, 2013 Comments Off on Galaxy Mapping Design, Dev, General

I thought I’d try and do a ‘Weekly Update’ post as I seem to be getting into a swing of development at the moment. This may only last a week – so don’t get too excited 🙂 Since the UI,… Read More »

A Consistent, Dynamic, Galactic Economy…

By Mak, July 11, 2013 Comments Off on A Consistent, Dynamic, Galactic Economy… Design, Dev, General

What a challenge. Previously – most games would opt for a “ok, let’s pick some base numbers – cap their ranges and then every time you visit somewhere, we “tickle” them randomly to make it look good.” If you’re lucky… Read More »

By Mak, January 31, 2013 1 Dev

So – we’ve banged on about “no hyperspace, seamless this-that-and-the-other” – what do we mean? Traditionally – games have to shift in huge amounts of data (levels, textures etc.) in order to provide a larger game experience than will necessarily… Read More »

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