Blender scripting for Flare animations Clint here. I’ve been away from the day-to-day Flare engine project for a while, but I’m coming back with some things to share. Just figured out an update for the main Python script I use
Planning flare-game content milestones I’ve settled on the basic main quest and world layout for flare-game. If you want to read a FULL OF SPOILERS and likely to change rough idea of what we’re making: wiki page for World Layout.
Medieval Weapons Sound Effects With Flare we’re getting by on art that we make ourselves, commission in small pieces, or reuse from the Creative Commons art community. Want to support Flare in a big way? Along with supporting an untold
Bloom experiments I wanted to add a bit of bloom post-processing to see if it makes the shiny metals pop. Compare to the animation in the previous post which doesn’t have this added. This kind of effect might normally be
Wandercall armor WIP I’m putting together a simple steel armor set that I’ll be using in early Wandercall testing.
Flare Development Log – Apr 24, 2014 Justin is back with an engine development update! What’s new? “Full” paths are used when referencing files from config files Added attribute documentation Removed support for non-alpha images (i.e. “magic pink”) Better input
Flare Dev Log – improvements and fixes Justin sends in this report on Flare engine progress. As we’ve been creating and porting game data to the latest engine, we’ve cleaned up a few unhandled glitches. The Flare devs (who are
Developer Log – Books Justin’s back with a Flare engine development update! Adaptive frameskipping Menu config file simplification Removed remaining hardcoded sound effects File parser refactoring Books!
Art: Return Stones If you’ve already played the alpha demo you’re familiar with the two-way teleporter circles used for the Warp Zone. Today I worked on an accompanying piece of art that will be used for one-way warps. As an
Developer Log Flare developer Justin talks about some new improvements — context sensitive mouse cursors and better handling of missing items.