Game Programming

The Move Tool

by Cory on January 10, 2019

I just put in a move tool that will let me select existing tiles and then drag them around to reposition them. I had to restructure the tile editor code to allow for swapping out mouse behavior. Check it out yo:

It took waaaaaay longe...


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    Tile Popup

    by Cory on December 25, 2018

    Progress is once again slow.

    I actually spent a few weeks refactoring my scene graph, making it go faster, and fixing memory leaks/slowdowns. I made the scenegraph it's own structure instead of a "Spatial" component because the ECS system is too ...

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    Behind the Scenes

    by Cory on November 19, 2018

    I spent the last two weeks upgrading Slacker Paradise! I realized that I wanted a new feature where I could queue up "Highlight of the Day" links and have it update the front page about every day. Up until now, I've been keeping a backlog of links...

  • Dream Diary

    Harry Potter and the Douchebag at the Google Interview

    by Cory on November 17, 2018

    I just had the fucking weirdest dream. It started out where I was in the middle of interviewing for Google.

    I was in an orientation room with a whole bunch of people and a small group of employees were giving a presentation about interview tips. ...

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    SO FUCKIN MAD

    by Cory on October 31, 2018

    I'M SO FUCKIN MAD!!! >:(

    Work is shitty this week and I got into a fight when biking home because some guy passed me so close he almost side swiped me. Anyway that has nothing to do with game programming. I need to fucking quit my job. >:(

    ...
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    Actually Using Tilemaps

    by Cory on October 23, 2018

    I finished the arc this weekend. I did all that modification to the BuilderScene to load and save stuff to text files. I added in a Tilemap in MegamanScene and deserialize it. I also pasted a scaled background picture to give it some atmosphere.

    ...
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    Loading Map Files

    by Cory on October 10, 2018

    I made some more code to create a flash notification that goes away when you click off of it and a textbox that you can type things into. I'm revealing a lot of rough edges of the codebase that I have right now which is kind of demotivating but al...

  • Cory's Hobo Garden

    Day 167: The Ultimate Pizza?!?!??!?

    by Cory on October 8, 2018

    I gathered like 10 garden gems along with a big ripe garden treasure. I had a few gems, a medium treasure, and a medium W hybrid from my friend that I threw in the freezer. On Sunday I made spaghetti sauce and bough ingrediants for pizza dough and...

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    Day 164: Goodbye, Watermelon

    by Cory on October 3, 2018

    It's coming close to when I should tear everything down. Everything is almost ready now, I'm just waiting for all the garden treasures to ripen. I did a lot of garden shit today! I'm lucky I'm in California because I can't believe how long it took...

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