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(Results out!) CodeWalrus Programming Contest II: A Game about Walruses

Started by DJ Omnimaga, December 09, 2015, 08:22:41 am

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alexgt

Quote from: Unicorn on December 10, 2015, 01:40:54 am
I definitely want to participate, but could I submit WalrusAdventure? It might help me finish it :P If not, I'm sure I could make something up.

Have you released any code?

Unicorn

Quote from: alexgt on December 10, 2015, 03:31:30 am
Quote from: Unicorn on December 10, 2015, 01:40:54 am
I definitely want to participate, but could I submit WalrusAdventure? It might help me finish it :P If not, I'm sure I could make something up.

Have you released any code?

Well, yeah

And DJ, I think I'll just make some weird arcade-like game.



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DJ Omnimaga

It doesn't have to be very complex. Just see the 4x3 contest. Lots of games were mega simple, even for 4x3 standards, yet still fun to play. :)

alexgt


JWinslow23

I'll try to do something almost like an endless runner...only it's an endless FLIER! This will be inspired by (but not an exact clone at all of) a mobile game I vaguely remember playing last year. I just hope I can get everything I want done in time.

Ivoah

Quote from: DJ Omnimaga on December 09, 2015, 04:31:00 pm
If you guys don't mind that Linux entries are judged by a different judges, potentially skewing the results a bit (eg some people might use 6/10 for good graphics and others will use 8/10 for the same quality of graphics), then yes Linux support can be added


The reason why Linux was not added is because I, the judge, knows zero thing about Linux, let alone have it installed anywhere. Only platforms I own were added. But if you don't mind seeing Linux entries judged by someone else then you can use Linux now.

OS X is ruled out until further notice because none of the CW staff might have access to a non-broken Mac computer on January 20th . we need to ensure that @Ivoah is interested to judge OS X entries

I can judge linux and OS X entries

alexgt

Quote from: JWinslow23 on December 10, 2015, 07:34:21 pm
I'll try to do something almost like an endless runner...only it's an endless FLIER! This will be inspired by (but not an exact clone at all of) a mobile game I vaguely remember playing last year. I just hope I can get everything I want done in time.

Sounds cool, kinda like super walrii land?

DJ Omnimaga

SWL was more like Mario overall. His idea is more like Rainbow Dash Attack, I assume.

Good luck btw!

JWinslow23

Quote from: alexgt on December 10, 2015, 07:44:42 pm
Quote from: JWinslow23 on December 10, 2015, 07:34:21 pm
I'll try to do something almost like an endless runner...only it's an endless FLIER! This will be inspired by (but not an exact clone at all of) a mobile game I vaguely remember playing last year. I just hope I can get everything I want done in time.

Sounds cool, kinda like super walrii land?

Sky...Narwhal.

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...yeah. Sky Narwhal. That's it. :P

alexgt



alexgt

Lol, I was just kidding but that flows pretty well. We should make a Narwalrii O.O

brentmaas

Is distribution by means of testing allowed (like sending it to a friend), I might want to do some networking for some part to be not entirely impractical.
Lel I glitched Omni

alexgt

I think so as long as they do not release it. But I am not in charge ;)

DJ Omnimaga

THis is an high risk to take. You cannot publicly release source code and if you get help from someone else without us knowing then the person who helps is penalized since he won't get the prize if you win. And just giving a copy of the game to a friend is a big risk if the friend isn't trustworthy, since he could either release it and claim the work as his own, or he could release it publicly, disqualifying that entry in the process. So it's best to be careful.

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