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I'm not sure if I'm actually going to enter the contest, but I whipped this up the other night in PICO-8. I wasn't really thinking of the cemetech contest at the time, but I think I could turn this into some sort of puzzle game, and then port it to Nspire Lua.
Quote from: KermMartianOh man, I'm already sold. If you don't port that to the CE and/or write a PICO-8 emulator for the CE, I'll be very disappointed.This probably won't be making its way to the CE for two reasons: 1) I don't have a CE 2) It's written in Lua and I don't particularly want to port it to CI do hope I'll have more time to work on it though, and maybe even turn it into a game
Oh man, I'm already sold. If you don't port that to the CE and/or write a PICO-8 emulator for the CE, I'll be very disappointed.
Small update: I got switching tracks working! It meant hand entering a bunch of data into a table, but it works. I also revamped how the rail detection works, which allowed me to add the switching.
Quote from: UnicornAwesome! Will you be able to create your own tracks? This is starting to look like a level editor...Yep, I didn't realize that I never made an update post about that. Right now you can place every type of track, including switching tracks, by placing two tracks on top of each other. I'm still not entirely sure how I'm going to turn this into a game. Definitely going to make some sort of puzzle...
Awesome! Will you be able to create your own tracks? This is starting to look like a level editor...
I like it . The graphics are very nice and it looks smooth. Also I thought you had a CE? Does Cemetech allow PICO-8 entries? It would be nice if it wasn't specific to calculators
looks nice. I can't see it on the pico-8 forum, it's not online yet?
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