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  1. Basically the same as CS:GO skin trading, except it uses real money instead of the Steam wallet. Have fun with that.
  2. Update #4 has been released! Check the top post for the video.
  3. Thank you! You will find some similarities between Paxitium and other survival games, but the goal of the game is completely different. It is more of a territory and progression based game set around WWI. As for the KOS, we cannot really mitigate that since that is more of a "community issue". We cannot force players to not kill each other whenever they want to, but for custom servers, which we are planning to support, you will be able to modify many settings including PvE/PvP, day cycle length, starvation/dehydration rate, health modifiers, item drop rate, and much more to make each server feel fresh. We will not be adding zombies either, but will instead come up with a creative new challenge for players not commonly seen in other survival games.
  4. Yeah, we were not really aware of a town named Luton when we named it, but now it's pretty much too late since we branded the name everywhere basically. It would be too much of a hassle to rename the team, so we will only do so if it becomes a big problem. Hopefully other people can see through our team name and see that we're not representing Luton at all. Thanks! Thank you!
  5. Thank you very much! I know it looks like any ordinary survival game at this point, but I can assure that there are many other features to be implemented (and also far from GOTY :P). Thank you! We are planning to change the art style slightly in the future with a "graphics overhaul". You may have noticed that there are some inconsistencies in the world, such as the terrain being textured, but the houses and other props having solid colors. We are planning to go in the direction of making stylistic textures similar to Overwatch, but somehow making it work with low poly. It will be a hard task, but that is why we are putting that aside for now. Anyway, I will keep you in mind if I need any extra help. Thanks!
  6. Hello there! Paxitium is a work-in-progress survival game set in the early 1900s. Facing obstacles ranging from natural needs such as hunger and thirst to dangerous wildlife and unfriendly human NPCs, the player must choose a role and survive in the wilderness. Eventually through venturing multiple neighboring islands, the player is able to discover numerous clues related to the background of the world they are in. Basic gameplay will include construction of structures for protection from enemies, looting items from abandoned towns, and more. Cooperation between players is highly encouraged, and the servers will offer extensive customization to settings such as PvP/PvE, day cycle length, difficulty of AI, and much more, to create a fresh experience for players. Everything that you see within these update videos are highly work-in-progress unless stated otherwise. Constructive criticism will also be highly appreciated. Update #4: Update #3: More info: IndieDB: http://www.indiedb.com/games/paxitium Discord: https://discord.gg/wFRbT4G Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LutonStudiosDev Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/LutonStudiosDev
  7. Does it crash every time you hit the play button? 50% of the time? I would take a look at your Unity log after it crashes and scroll all the way down. This should be able to tell you more information. The files are located at: %LOCALAPPDATA%\Unity\Editor\ or C:\Users\YourWindowsUsername\AppData\Local\Unity\Editor
  8. Yeah, regarding cheaters there isn't much you can do about it in Photon (as far as I know of). I don't think you can implement server-sided checks for such things as god mode, since the "master client" controls all of that and he could cheat himself. Provided that the master client doesn't cheat, you can definitely do some checks here and there and pretend that client is the server. However, you will then run into more problems once that client disconnects and the master client switches to another person. The most reliable approach is probably coming up with a kicking or banning system and/or a password protected server so you can manually filter out those cheaters yourself. As for the obfuscator, I highly recommend taking a look at this one: https://www.assetstore.unity3d.com/en/#!/content/48919
  9. Photon is good for a quick setup, but it really lacks the security that a server-client model would have, since clients have direct connection to each other. If you plan on having a game that is competitive and requires quick timing (like Counter-Strike), you will definitely need something like Forge. Edit: Seems like most of the Asset Store reviews say that this product is good, but has some issues with stability. I would still consider trying this out, though.
  10. You should decrease the shadow normal bias on the directional light to get rid of those shadow gaps. That bridge looks pretty cool though.
  11. Yes, my artist made them. Thanks
  12. Thanks. I stopped working on it about a year ago, so it has been quite a while.
  13. Hello! It's been a while since I posted here and I hope everyone here is doing well. I just released a Update 3 teaser to my survival game, Paxitium, here: I hope to get the update 3 video released soon since I have been busy with university in the past few months. Thanks for watching and your support! P.S. As you may have guessed, I have stopped working on Darkraze. I do not plan on selling or releasing the source at the moment.
  14. Will you take an offer of $149.99 USD?
  15. Yeah, that's not your IP because you keep changing it. Nice try.
  16. It must be fun talking to yourself. IP on the right side.
  17. We have finally released a video for Update #2. Enjoy! Also, as stated in the video, we are starting to convert towards realistic graphics. Here is a WIP screenshot of that:
  18. Just released a new speed-modeling video for the MCM .22 Pistol (the worst gun achievable). Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fBzzjPJ5A4k
  19. Pretty cool that you used Unity in a way to not only make games, but useful tools.
  20. Hello folks, We are looking for some talented map designers who can model props and design some maps for our game called Paxitium. More info is down below. Our maps will be relatively large, pretty much consisting of many 3km x 3km islands. What is expected from you: At least 1 year of experience in Unity AND a modeling program of your choice Ability to create things quickly (within 1-2 week for an island), and develop good looking maps. Must design maps by an illustration, and share it with the team before creating it. Your skill is to place prefabs in the editor AND create prop and other environmental assets as well. More info on Paxitium: AU Forum Link: http://armedunity.com/topic/12348-paxitium-a-co-op-survival-game-with-a-discoverable-backstory/ YouTube Channel (contains update video): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbMX2MEOcHGa_l7msGQ3Img IndieDB Page: http://www.indiedb.com/games/paxitium Thanks for reading this post.
  21. Thank you for that information. We actually haven't known about a town named Luton until we searched it up after we decided on the team name, but I didn't know that it had a bad reputation until now. Hopefully people won't make a deal out of it, since as William said above, it's a combination of our last names (since we are co-founders and we ran out of name ideas).
  22. Paxitium is a work-in-progress MMO survival game set in a beautiful, and fully explorable world. Facing obstacles ranging from natural needs such as hunger and thirst to enemies such as mutated entities and unfriendly human non-player-characters, the player must choose a role and survive in the wilderness, eventually discovering numerous clues related to the background of the world they are in. Basic gameplay includes construction of structures for protection from enemies, looting items from abandoned towns, attacking NPC settlements, and more. Several unique features planned for the game not commonly present in other titles of this genre are:​ A beautiful, explorable world with several islands. Each island has its unique characteristics and purpose, giving a benefit to each survivor who plans to settle upon it. The items which the player can attain can be valuable, especially when trading with other players. A discoverable backstory with non-linear story style which can be completed while the player is surviving either alone or together. A dynamic event system which rewards the player with unique items unattainable from other methods (e.g. a helicopter crash with enemies which the player must defeat to attain loot) and much more... Below are update videos which we have posted on YouTube: Update #1 Speed Modeling (MCM .22 Pistol) Update #2 ​ Thank you for taking time to look at our post. If you would like to follow development of the game, listed below are a few ways which you can follow the development of this game: YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbMX2MEOcHGa_l7msGQ3Img IndieDB page: http://www.indiedb.com/games/paxitium
  23. Try this: //Code not tested. Vector3 hitDirectionWorld = (player.position - bullet.spawnPosition); Vector3 hitDirectionLocal = player.InverseTransformDirection(hitDirectionWorld); animator.SetFloat("Hori", hitDirectionLocal.x); animator.SetFloat("Vert", hitDirectionLocal.z);
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