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MyIsaak

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About MyIsaak

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  • Birthday 12/16/1996

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    JS/C#/C++ Programmer, Concept Artist

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  1. DownFall - The Lost City

    Look... you're making a game that has already been made before... what's so unique about that? The reason I say unique is because that's what you should aim for in the 'indie' game community, not mainstream 'zombie' 'shooter'. Perhaps you should reconsider your whole '2019' plan for this 'one' game, you have big vision but no plan: start planning. Also, rule number one about donations: when people donate to a project they like, they also donate to a 'team' they like and trust. Your website isn't professional (looks good until you read it) I think you shouldn't kill your web developer, but become a game developer by the same way you probably made a website when you were younger: You LEARN before you EARN. Trust me, people are more likely to help you and be nicer to you if you show you're in a 'learning' stage, rather than a 'money-stealing let's make a AAA-game and get rich quick' stage (unless you're talented enough to know and prove what you're doing). Why are you making zombie survival fps shooter in the first place? Money? Fame? Don't do this. You should get more creative, artistic, that's what 'game creation' is all about. Look at this video about successful games made by one person, can you see a single FPS in there? NO (unless your OneManArmy ), because it requires too many assets or too much code to be a 'one man army'. Hence why you got a FPS kit... This is where the 'planning' part comes in. You're not the only one like this, there are hundreds, if not thousands (by the number of downloads of kits) and I'm even wondering why there are these kit... it's a humiliating trap for beginners made only because it attracts people to this forum (ehem...). The only guy who had 'some' success out of fps kits is this guy who cloned armedunity and the fps kit: the forum you're on now. It's business, not education. Being in a 'game development community' is important nevertheless, since you learn from others. There are quite a few people on this forum that are seriously talented, some helpful enough to release tips and tricks to further improve abilities for any game developer. Another tip is to stay simple, even if it doesn't look like much, focus on getting those fun elements the way YOU want them to be. Make it personal and get attached to it. Fall in love with it if you have to, and most importantly, don't care what others think. Please, I hope I'm not wasting my time writing this for you guys to hate me. I know your English isn't perfect (from your 'professional' website) but I hope you understand what I'm saying. If not, I am open to a friendly chat, skype, discord or email. As I said before, first you learn then you earn.
  2. Procedural Animations

    Ah wait he said he uses Final IK
  3. Procedural Animations

    The physics-based character in the link you provided looks interesting, however I asked him for some pointers which he replied he DIDN'T use any assets at all: talent or fraud? So I checkout his Reddit page and a few of his posts, and he simply uses a IK rig and Bezier curves for his leg animations. His post on /u/Unity3d explains how he did it, with learning resources.
  4. Procedural Animations

    Have you guys seen this made by Makan_Gilani? This is what good game design like: - Element of fear/thrill (important) - Dynamic IK movement - Procedural (scripted) animations - Camera shaking (motion blur) - Destructable environment - (no sound? but imagine what it would be like with sound) The creator said he'll release a public demo soon so I recommend you follow his twitter: https://twitter.com/Makan_Gilani He also previously posted a similar demo: All #MadeWithUnity
  5. Reusable weapon particle effect

    This is genius!
  6. Unity Forge

    Yup
  7. Unity Forge

    Well first you should get yourself familiar with the overall structure of networking (not the OSI model it's obsolete) known as TCP/IP model that has four layers with each layer that depends on it's lower layer. Focus on the Transport layer that handles TCP and UDP (UDP is faster than TCP because of ACK header removal) in order to understand the fundamentals of a network 'connection' between two computers. There are limitations in the Transport layer (e.g missing packets) that are fixed in the Application layer (e.g reliable packets) but counteract performance. As a plus, it would be good to be familiar with a couple of networking terms. I would recommend implementing a UDP connection (sending bytes) between two computers: From .NET we already have an amazing library that holds the UdpClient class using the following in both scripts: using System.Net; using System.Net.Sockets; Server: UdpClient udpServer = new UdpClient(11000); while (true) { var remoteEP = new IPEndPoint(IPAddress.Any, 11000); var data = udpServer.Receive(ref remoteEP); // listen on port 11000 Console.WriteLine("receive data from " + remoteEP.ToString()); udpServer.Send(new byte[] { 1 }, 1, remoteEP); // reply back } Client: var client = new UdpClient(); IPEndPoint ep = new IPEndPoint(IPAddress.Parse("127.0.0.1"), 11000); // endpoint where server is listening client.Connect(ep); // send data client.Send(new byte[] { 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 }, 5); // then receive data var receivedData = client.Receive(ref ep); Console.WriteLine("receive data from " + ep.ToString()); Console.Read(); But what I like about Forge is how they do their connections using BMSByte to reduce header size and check out their thread management system, it rocks! I setup a quick repo for those that like to compile C# using terminal here: https://github.com/MyIsaak/c-sharp-scripts Once you're successful with a creating a network connection between two computers, then you can start writing methods and constructs that can simplify you're networking life and boost performance. Follow the footsteps of others in their challenge to network in C#:
  8. Unity Forge

    Salut Gekoo, I myself believe Forge is an amazing library written by a talented small team, however I don't think it is maintained anymore (the latest package release was April 14, 2017) which is why they open-sourced towards GitHub's community. Check the list of open issues (currently 40) listing bug errors and what not (I had the same experience a while back). It still is however a beauty when it comes to performance (seriously!!!) with multi-threading and packet forging (where the packet header size minimal). Plus its all written in C# with no external libraries, so it is compatible with most platforms including WebGL's WebSockets. One thing however is the steep learning curve, in my opinion, it took quite a while to adopt because of lack of good documentation and tutorials. I also remember having spent a lot of time debugging some really weird bugs because the parallel code was hard to understand. ( also there are certain classes and methods that I implemented in the wrong way, and I found out the hard way). But as a minimalist, why use a network library with all these features when you can code one yourself :3
  9. Parkour Game - Update #3

    Hey Zac, its Isaak. You seem to be getting somewhere with the parkour project. Its a great start, so keep working on it. However, you should really look into using IK (inverse kinematics) for your hands animation. Forward kinematics is used for static (normal) animations, like waving a hand, but IK is used when animation is subject to the environment, like grabbing a object. You can either write your own IK script that calculates the grab position accurately or use the Unity builtin IK: https://docs.unity3d.com/Manual/InverseKinematics.html If you need some help DM me on discord MyIsaak#6024, or email isaak.eriksson@gmail.com, Cheers
  10. Bring Vertigo back to life!

    Vertigo - 6DOF Multiplayer FPS (Unity) We need your help to finally launch the Vertigo pre-release demo featuring a unique multiplayer 6DOF shooting experience! You’ll soon be able to receive your own copy and become a part of the Vertigo gaming community. Support is needed for testers, modelers and artists - programers aside. Email us to join our team at: unity3dvertigo@gmail.com Read more and follow about Vertigo on the official landing page: https://myisaak.itch.io/vertigo Please share this project to your family and friends on social media (Facebook, Twitter, etc…). You’ll be rewarded with limited-edition Vertigo content once you can refer someone to the pre-alpha. Email us at unity3dvertigo@gmail.com to subscribe for the latest updates including special offers and important updates.
  11. Pixeland resources

    Some proper inspirational videos, especially Emmy Johannsen's talk about Marketing Indie Games on a $0 Budget. Amazing!
  12. Nice game ramiam. I'm Isaak, a hobby indie programmer. I admire the 'from scratch' you added in the title, it's good to know haha. Your game definitely looks aesthetically pleasing and professional. I like watching when people submit youtube videos of their game, but sometimes get bored because it takes so long until we see the actual gameplay. Anyways, keep posting about your game, and don't give up. Raise awareness and scale it up. Cheers
  13. Ghoulie's Dungeon

    You guys are awesome! Wow, it looks fantastic. Not too sure about the game name, a bit boring for my taste, be a bit more unique. The aesthetics are great and it looks professional and fun to play. Keep posting on Twitter about your updates and raise awareness as much as possible. I followed you
  14. 2D Rendering Fix

    Well in this case you probably have the explosion gameobject nested in the player's transform hierarchy, which is why it is rendered as the player rotates 180 degrees. You need to separate the explosion gameobject from the player and use a script to manually position it above the character. This 'follow' script is simple to write and easy to find on the internet. Hope this helps
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