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Started couple days ago a little project. Its a voxel/block FPS base game. Need some help and feedback with what to fix, add, and if anyone is interested to company me threw the journey of creating the game :)

Some YouTube support would be very appreciated!

Here are the video links, hope you like the project :

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Austin    0

In the video when you change guns your arms change skin too?? :-C And what do you plan on doing that makes it different/unique? Other then that it does look very good and I hope for the best  

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OcularCash    929

I like your animations and guns look decent... but I'm not too incredibly fond of the rest nor the muzzleflash/effects. I'm also not really sure where voxels fit into the picture. I could be wrong but just looks low poly, not procedurally generated nodes of information.

 

i wish you the best of luck tho and hope to see more

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I think the core mechanics are pretty well done, some of the animation (e.g. the pistol running) could be better and the current ammo in clip counter can't really be seen (since its a dark color).

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Johannes    232

It looks good so far, nice smooth gampelay and decent graphics HOWEVER; this style isn't voxel , its polygonal.

It seems alot of people get this confused so here's the definition for voxel :

"A voxel is a unit of graphic information that defines a point in three-dimensional space. Since a pixel (picture element) defines a point in two dimensional space with its x and y coordinates , a third z coordinate is needed. In 3-D space, each of the coordinates is defined in terms of its position, color, and density."

So a simple way to see it is 3D pixels, one unit being one pixel. 

Polygonal, on the other hand; is just lowpoly stylized art. 

To give you an example,these are voxel designs :

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And these are polygonal :

 

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All in all good job so far! I do like the polygonal style you have :)

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Zhavier    102
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Yeah pal, your wording is inconsistent :P
The YouTube video says low poly, but then you say voxel haha.

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Zhavier    102
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Yeah I know

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Yes i know i made a mistake for putting voxel, my bad. Thanks for commenting <3 :)

 

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Yeah.. my bad. I was a bit confused about those two factors. Thanks for the comment by the way :) <3

 

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Thank you, yea i got a bit confused between those two styles.. I tought it was the same. Thanks for the comment, much love <3 :)

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OcularCash    929

Off topic but just wanted to say props on reading through the comments and posting professionally, don't see that very often. If you ever need help with something, my pm is always open

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zombieqtr    25

Looks unique, low poly models and environments, not many of those in the FPS genre, looks very good keep up the good work.

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