Wiki Examples

Posted on 2013-01-23 23:46:13
Many of the games here that provide the editable, could actually be documented inside the examples article on the Wiki.

I would suggest only doing this if they are going to be reused allot of times and are more so just a framework for a game instead of an actual game.

Take for instance the 3D Destructible Terrain game that is uploaded there, that would be a perfect example to document inside the Wiki article.

The Wiki article is linked right on the main page of the Wiki, but for those of you too lazy...

PS: I would also like to suggest that later the games uploader here is only used for complete or work in progress games, the examples do not need to be posted here AND in the Wiki that's just stupid, this should be more of a "Showcase" I guess you could say.

Thoughts, suggestions you guys?
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Posted by MahFreenAmeh on 2013-01-24 01:08:56#1
Posted by MahFreenAmeh on 2013-01-24 01:09:08#2
This is really the place for examples. By examples, we mean bigger examples. Examples of full-blown effects, or even engines. Stuff that doesn't belong on a wiki page.

Code snippets that do trivial things can go on the wiki.
Posted by Josh @ Dreamland on 2013-01-24 01:48:00#3
Goombert, did you see my example Phi Fighter?  This is my first I have posted in any gaming site, ever.  I decided to uploaded for you and others to check out just in case there were bugs in my code or elsewhere.  In Ubuntu, as far as I realized, after extended game play, rapid-fire shooting may cause the game to crash.  (The animation and modeling application Blender has a similar problem with the display of objects in Render display mode.)  You may want to check the lines of code for the high score tables and initials entry.

Posted by mg_keystrokes on 2019-08-14 01:28:14#4