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Ashura K.



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2nd September, 2006 at 10:34:47 -

I'm trying to make a Kirby-like game with KNP (it does include everyone's favorite little powerhouse), but I'm having some trouble with his powers.
I have his gravity and movement down to a 'T', but when it comes to sucking up enemies/items, shooting stars, and (oh noes!!) his flying... I'm a little stuck.
I would like some input plz.

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Games in the make:
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Game: Kirby no Dentsu
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2nd September, 2006 at 12:42:16 -

I suggest moving on to TGF instead of KNP.
I believe you can download it for free now on Clickteam.com if im not totally wrong.

 

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2nd September, 2006 at 12:54:24 -

I was gonna suggest MMF

 
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2nd September, 2006 at 13:12:15 -

Nope, I don't think you can get it at all. Besides, there's really no point in getting TGF anyway. Get MMF2, I'm sure you'll like it.

 
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2nd September, 2006 at 13:39:40 -

BLASPHEMY! TGF RULES!

You people never give TGF enough credit.

 
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2nd September, 2006 at 14:21:38 -

TGF kinda does suck shab, the copy i had would crash when i tried importing music. I dispise that TGF crap, ish. Then again, u are intitled to your own opinion. = )

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2nd September, 2006 at 14:22:35 -

btw, i keep noticing if you put = next to ) without a space it does this ->=

 

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2nd September, 2006 at 22:26:07 -

It's not unlike kids today saying the NES is a piece of crap. If it's old to them, they'll think it sucks because it's can't share the same fart in an elevator with their vastly superior XBOX 360 or whatever. If it holds meaning for you when you were impressionable or when you first started programming, of course you'll always support the platform.

Crap, I used to make regular BASIC games where your guy was the friggin' blinking CURSOR and moved around an ASC-II graphic'd landscape, for Chrissakes! Is it "better" than anything out there? Hells no, but I'll always be glad I spent a lotta' years making games on it

 
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2nd September, 2006 at 22:55:58 -

*Fond memories of ZZT*

But in this case, having the more up to date platform would surely help out - have a go at the TGF2/MMF2 demo and see.

 
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2nd September, 2006 at 23:16:33 -

There really is a smaller difference between TGF to MMF and MMF to MMF2 than people seem to think.

But there are probably examples of kirby fangames out there on the web. Probably really poor, but i'm sure there are tutorials and examples for you.

Klik and play however wont be supported by most tutorial sites because it's so old.

 
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2nd September, 2006 at 23:26:50 -

>>It's not unlike kids today saying the NES is a piece of crap. If it's old to them, they'll think it sucks because it's can't share the same fart in an elevator with their vastly superior XBOX 360 or whatever. If it holds meaning for you when you were impressionable or when you first started programming, of course you'll always support the platform.

Crap, I used to make regular BASIC games where your guy was the friggin' blinking CURSOR and moved around an ASC-II graphic'd landscape, for Chrissakes! Is it "better" than anything out there? Hells no, but I'll always be glad I spent a lotta' years making games on it

I have to agree with you. All my "friends" only like new games, and they consider the N64 to be retro. It's old, but not THAT old! I love my NES, SNES, Atari 2600, and Sega Megadrive much more than any new console. Almost every new game is a rehash of an old game with new graphics, levels, and sounds. THey haven't actually made a completely NEW concept in ages.

 
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3rd September, 2006 at 08:11:53 -

I think that the GC shooter (what's it called, Ikargwa or something?) was pretty original. You had black weapons and white weapons and had to switch them out constantly to do more damage to the opposite color enemies. I think it helped your defense too.

The Guardian Legend for the NES is probably one of the most unique games ever, masterfully combining a shump with massive exploration levels sort of like Zelda (only better). The only game I can think of that's anything like it is the Sigma Star Saga that came out last year. You'd walk around in exploration mode, but for random battles you'd get teleported up to one of several spaceships in a shoot-em up action screen to take out the aliens. Plus you could combine lots of different gun data to make brand new weaponry. TGL was still much better, but at least they tried.

And the N64 is retro? What did it come out like 6 or 7 years ago or something? My main problem with new consoles is that they seem to come out all the time now, therefore abandoning the old console. With the NES, at least it was around forever before the SNES came out. And this is especially true with Sega. What did they have like the Master System, Genesis, Saturn, Sega CD, Dreamcast, etc. all out within a span of 8 years of each other or so? Hopefully, the new Wii will stick around for a longer time before the next "best" thing comes out. And with all the old games available for download, I'm sure that will increase its longevity a bunch.

 
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3rd September, 2006 at 08:30:55 -

MMF2 is crap! C++ FTW!

 
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3rd September, 2006 at 10:48:18 -

New generations of consoles come out all the time. The lifespan is usually about 5 years (ish)
But Nintendo held onto the Nes for ages because the Snes was not backward compatible.
Well... in general 8 bit machines lasted longer than most other generations. Even the atari 2600 was still supported until about 1992 and master system was popular in europe until 1996.

But nowadays most last gen consoles are virtually abandoned so the company can concentrate their efforts on promoting the new ones.
Some games may still be made but little else is done.

 
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4th September, 2006 at 03:46:55 -

It's not a case of the companies abandoning a product, it's the result of market pressure towards novelty. If new consoles aren't constantly released, consumers lose interest, and new consumers (ie kids) don't buy in. Remember the video game crash? It's taken since then to perfect the 5-year lifecycle, and unforunately it seems to be a point of equilibrium for the industry. It's not ideal, but blame the consumers. Consoles themselves tend to be sold at near-cost or as loss leaders, so if the companies had their way there's only be one generation.

And with all the old games available for download, I'm sure that will increase its longevity a bunch.
Unlikely. Odds are anyone interested in the virtual console will play all the old titles they want to within the first couple of months of purchase.

 
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