Tagged:  maggy

Gassing Away…

By Mak, May 6, 2015 Comments Off on Gassing Away… Articles, Design, Dev

Another progress ping… I’ve pretty much stopped doing GUI ‘dev’ for the time being, it’s working as I’d hoped (barring a few minor issues) and it’s now a solid framework to build the rest of the game’s GUI on moving… Read More »

By Mak, October 11, 2014 Comments Off on Ground Control Dev, News

Well… I’m not sure what I did – if anything – which worries me, a lot… but, here I am standing on Ashworld, with not a wibbling vertex in sight… hmm. I know this has not magically been fixed by code-pixies. I know floating… Read More »

By Mak, October 7, 2014 2 Dev, General, News

Dev of late has been consumed by Maggy – rather more than I anticipated on the visibility testing. I’ve now put in ‘flight’ levelling, and a walk mode – with a view to flying down to and landing on the… Read More »

By Mak, October 2, 2014 Comments Off on Maggy can see!!! Dev, General, News

Jubilation! Joy! Rejoice! Etc! For Maggy has eyes… Ok, so a little over the top maybe 😉 but I’ve finally got a workable visibility solution which (whilst still not perfect) means Maggy now only submits what should be visible to… Read More »

By Mak, October 2, 2014 0
By Mak, September 30, 2014 Comments Off on Another ping… Dev, General

My brain is fritzed by the vis-testing fiasco I’m experiencing with Maggy. I’ve spent a week straight doing ‘what it should’ and almost getting it right, then some patch disappears under my camera’s virtual nose when it shouldn’t, and I start… Read More »

By Mak, September 14, 2014 Comments Off on Maggy on the GPU Dev, General, News

This is very ‘warts and all’ this week. I’ve made some considerable progress moving the terrain deformation onto the GPU with some fantastic early results, but due to the work that needs doing on the patch visibility, and LOD’ing code… Read More »

By Mak, September 8, 2014 0
By Mak, September 8, 2014 Comments Off on More Maggy… Dev, News

Experimenting has begun with procedurally generating the terrain surface! Though still early days, I’m keen to explore the results… what’s clear is that getting something that will look superb and perform is an art form, and although I already had… Read More »

By Mak, September 3, 2014 0
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