Wully

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Date registered: March 19, 2016

Latest posts

  1. Tile Based Map Generation with SabreCSG — February 19, 2017
  2. Metaballs in Unity — February 7, 2017
  3. Offspring Fling! – Backlog #3 — June 5, 2016
  4. Unturned – Easier Heightmap method! — May 28, 2016
  5. Unturned – Creating a heightmap from real world locations — May 28, 2016

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Feb 19

Tile Based Map Generation with SabreCSG

Now that i’m finished with my metaballs implementation I’ve started working on creating map assets and building out test levels for my game. Since I’m creating this myself I tried to find a tool or asset pack that could help me speed up the creation of the tile assets for the map. To keep things …

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Feb 07

Metaballs in Unity

I’ve recently been getting into Unity to see if I could make a little basic game. My first idea has taken me down the road of procedurally generating meshes for objects in Unity . One method of doing this is creating an Isosurface using various algorithms. In my case I was trying to create Metaballs. …

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Jun 05

Offspring Fling! – Backlog #3

A fun little platfomer, with arts reminiscent of Kirby This challenge is getting tougher, i’m getting through a lot of the shorter games and have moved onto larger RPG’s and open world games which will take a bit longer to complete. Offspring fling is a game where you control a mother bird, who is trying …

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May 28

Unturned – Easier Heightmap method!

You may have seen our previous guide on how to get a heightmap for a map in Unturned, a free to play open world zombie survival game, with a built in map maker utility. This guide will show you an easy, quick way to get a realistic looking map.   Tools Required Your going to need a couple …

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May 28

Unturned – Creating a heightmap from real world locations

Unturned is an free to play open world zombie survival game, with a built in map maker utility. Right now the game has no ability to automatically import real world location data into its maps. This guide will show you how to use real world heightmap data to create a realistic looking map.   Tools …

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May 28

NightSky Backlog – #4

  A relaxing, beautiful looking game with impressive level design Starting this challenge was a great idea, I’ve played a few games now that I wouldn’t have glanced at before because I’ve been too busy playing the latest open world survival or AAA title. It’s fun! NightSky is a simple platform game where you roll …

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May 24

SkyDrift – Backlog #2

SkyDrift – It’s like pod racing, except your a plane.   The second game of the backlog challenge is complete. SkyDrift is an action racer where you fly planes of various different stats and race around a course, picking up power ups to destroy your competitors and fly your way to first place. SkyDrift looks …

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May 19

VVVVVV – Backlog #1

VVVVVV – My first backlog game complete! One down a bazillion to go! Did I pick a first game to tackle or what? VVVVVV is one of those Nintendo-hard games that somehow makes you relive the same death over and over again until finally, though luck or good timing, you dodge some spikes and combo-flip …

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May 18

Steam Backlog Challenge

A backlog of Steam games; an ultimate first world problem. I’ve attempted to break my steam backlog a few times now. Unfortunately it ends up breaking me and I go back to whatever recently multiplayer purchase me and my friends are currently on. Too much time is spent trying to rank up in online games …

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May 07

Come join our new servers!

Saor-Gaming Servers Hello everyone! Our server is now in the data centre. I’ve been working hard setting up some of the most popular games for us to  play on. Everything appears to be working fine 🙂 We have dedicated hardware at our disposal to set up new game servers and add resources to our current …

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