What’s in a name? I hear people talking about, or more likely arguing over, whether it’s a bracket or a brace; whether it’s a method or a function; whether it’s a parameter or an argument… And, frankly, most people seem to get it wrong.
Have you ever wanted to simply disable a script while you were developing your project?
WebplayerTemplates is the answer.
How do you flip a coin? In code? Elegantly?
I don’t mean the model, but returning a random boolean value?
Well, it’s not that simple… or, really… it is.
For Space Duel, I wanted to make a black hole… one that would bend the trajectory of the shots in the game and attract or swallow the player’s spaceship.
This is what I created to make a simple arcade-style gravity well.
Everything we do in our games requires some form of resource – memory, cpu time, storage space – and anything we can do to help reduce the drain on our resource budget can be good.
Pooling can help us do this.
I have the chance to play a large number of prototype games.
These can be work-in-progress, concepts, level testing, and the like.
I have a pet peeve.
The single most overlooked feature is a simple “restart” button.