I just released Noodlecat vs. Taceldoon, which I made with a friend to teach him about game development. Honestly, just go see for yourself.
I have decided to change the name…again. Mostly just because it doesn’t really make any sense. No, it isn’t going to be renames Constantine. After careful consideration, I have decided to rename the game to Fountain of Rebirth.
On a seperate note, I have gotten a general idea of how well the game can run, and…chances are your computer can run it, although I can’t be 100% sure, sense I’m working independantly and have no way of testing on other machines, however, taking a look at the kind of graphics and mechanucs used in the game, I was able to devise a rough estimation of the minimum system requirements, as follows:
- OS: Windows 7/8/8.1/10 (32bit/64bit) or Mac OS X
- Processor: Intel Core2 Duo or better
- Memory: 2GB RAM
- Graphics: DirectX 9/OpenGL 4.1 capable GPU
- Display: 1280×720 or better
Remember that this is an estimation. When I release a beta, I may open a form for players to report performance on their hardware. Until then, this will suffice.
As of a few minutes before this post was made, the second version of VOID has been released and anyone can download it. The current security consists of password-protection for different levels of RANDOMEDIA members. There is currently no password lock for regular users, but it should be unnecessary for the time being, so long as you only give the file to whoever you want to read it.
Before you download it, please read everything on the page thoroughly so that I don’t get any complaints. Thank you.
Some footage of the battle system (a standard turn battle system) for Battle Folder. I have made multiple changes with the format since the last couple videos, as you may notice. Anyway, feedback is appreciated!
Greetings! I would like to inform anyone interested in my content that I have a recently created a page on this site dedicated to bug reports. Anyone can use it- I don’t require any personal information, other than the optional email address. If you spot a bug, I would greatly encourage you to report it, although please read the simple rules at the beginning of the form. Thanks for your support!
I started a little mini-project yesterday. It’s a simple Python script that can read and write a custom file type: ISV. ISV files contain encrypted text that can only be read when translated by the VOID Python script. If one were to attempt to open an ISV file with a text editor, such as notepad, they would only see seemingly random letters and symbols, however this is actually just code that translates to specific letters, numbers, and symbols. As I previously stated, VOID translates this code and reads it off as letters that we understand. It can also translate words that we type with a normal alphabet and translate it and create a .isv file.
Those of you followers who want to use VOID Encryption may be in for a disappointment. Unfortunately, this script itself currently only accomplishes the bare minimum of what it must do. There is no way to distinguish between who is allowed to read what files. Basically, if I were to allow anybody to use this program, it would be completely useless. Until this program is out of beta and has security over what files can and cannot be read, the script will only be available to specific people.
Instructions on how to download and run the script will be available on a password-protected page on this site, which will be online soon after this post is published.
This isn’t really related to anything, I just found it amusing.
As promised, another video with better quality. Still isn’t perfect, though. Anyway what’s important is that you get to see this glorious video of a new minigame based on Theatrythm Final Fantasy with meme music in the background.
This is it…the FOURTH draft of Constantine, except now it is called Battle Folder. I am so sorry for the bad quality, it will be better next time. 😉