I haven’t found much free time to work on Project Peril since the last blog post. I’m keeping it simple and polishing up some of my code today, I might be able to work on something with substance but there most likely wont be anything new or interesting to post for another week or two.
Earlier in the week I expanded on and improved the content creation tools, apart from that I wasn’t able to implement or enhance any other features due to work. I’m hoping next week I can begin developing some new gameplay or server stuff and have some interesting things to post, but it’s possible that I’ll […]
It’s important for content creators to have access to tools that make it easy to implement new stuff, be it models, textures, quests, levels, or anything really. This week I began work on creating these tools and putting all together into one interface. The design might still be ugly, but it’s all programmer art until […]
This week I implemented QoL features to the user interface so players can slam hotkeys and smoothly navigate around the UI. Some UI panels might take priority over others and display in front, some might block input in certain ways as to not interrupt the purpose of the UI. Pressing escape will consecutively close out […]
Lately I’ve been working on inventory and equipment systems, with those in a usable state I was able to begin the creation of items and implementing affixes so they affect the hero when equipped. As with any great ARPG (my favorites are Path of Exile and Diablo 2), affixes are rolled randomly allowing for thousands […]