Welp, this really sucks. My hard drive in my laptop died and left the world with most of my files. Even though I have a backup of a lot of the important things like pictures, engines, etc most of everything that I've worked on in the past few months is gone (Including the advancements I had made towards Project Peachfuzz ). I'm having to start a lot of things over from scratch, so bare with me as I slowly get myself back online. To the people I owe art for commissions/trades, don't you worry. Those pieces are top priority and I'll get them done as soon as humanly possible, if not sooner.
On a happier note I have to give a HUGE shout out to
A lot of this is proof of concept, so please keep that in mind while reading. I've been experimenting with ways to innovate 2D fighting games after I've been playing 3D fighting games like Street Fighter 4 AE and Super Smash Bros. Melee. I think I have come up with a simple yet effective rendering system. Hitboxes and Hurtboxes of a player are drawn frame by frame, 60 frames per second and are overlapped as layers. Below is a bunch of stuff outlining this.
I must note that all the sprites used are from Touhou Hisouten - Scarlet Weather Rhapsody. Those are not my property and are property of ZUN. They are used only as place holders. D
Remember back in the early years of gaming when a rumor sprung up about how people returned their overhyped ET cartridges to Atari, and crashed the entire videogame market? Do you remember the rumor that because of the video game crash of 1983 that Atari had supposedly buried thousands of ET cartridges and systems somewhere in a desert in New Mexico?
Yeah. That rumor got CONFIRMED today.
Read the article here: http://www.ign.com/articles/2014/04/26/the-dig-uncovering-the-atari-et-games-buried-in-new-mexico-desert?utm_campaign=fbposts&utm_source=facebook
- A reading by Aliami Armador -
Ado was a boy who learned to give everything his all.
As Ado grew up, he lived to give every situation his 100%.
He scored highly on multiple tests and did very well in his school.
Ado achieved multiple awards for academic success because he gave every situation in his life 100%.
He had spectacular attendance in school and never missed a day. He could be found in the classroom every day of the year.
Ado was a smart boy and as he grew up over the years he continued living towards his original principal he set when he was young; to give his 100%.
One day Ado went to donate blood at a blood drive.