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Arrow 05-19-2011, 02:43 PM

Originally Posted by jediaction View Post
Well, I can just say, this thread gets a THUMBS UP because this is the Golden age of Alice!

FPS Aiming systems..
Advanced Collision detection
Jython Scripting
and now Loading diferent worlds through one program
That's what I was thinking. Its all thanks to these forums.

Originally Posted by TauTrumpsPi View Post
It works perfectly for me. Great job Arty, this will be very useful. Now if you could just get Gloo to work...
Thankyou. I'm still (silently) working on Gloo.


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Default 05-19-2011, 05:11 PM

I'm so glad we live in such an age of prosperity. Only needs a few more things...

Specifically, Gloo and, um...darn it.

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Default 05-19-2011, 07:47 PM

Besides Gloo, if we're talking about things inside Alice, how about simple physics? I would say it goes hand in hand with collision detection, say we have dodgeball and a ball is thrown at a speed from an angle, and then the ball bounces off the wall while losing speed and height and hits an enemy on the back of the head. Of course I have not taken physics, so I wouldn't know how this works.
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