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asmgges



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Hi ! Very Happy

Small game write in Fasm.

Push boxes!
4 levels (24 and more soon)
Keyboard keys right / down / left / up
Push = Spacebar
Windows mode
Mouse menu

Save level
Load level
Adaptation of speed for processor power
Restart level
Undo cancel the last action

Thanks for test.
Friendly...Gges


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Post 29 Jan 2004, 15:56
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roticv



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I kind of do not like the gui. Personally I prefer the verison coded by Crow16384, much more friendly gui.

http://board.win32asmcommunity.net/showthread.php?s=&threadid=12524

Of course keep up the good work.
Post 29 Jan 2004, 16:19
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asmgges



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Hi ! roticv Very Happy
But yes at each the preferences.
And my way is totally different.....

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Post 29 Jan 2004, 16:45
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vid
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hi, have you seen my game? Something similar (but much more complex as it was coded in period of 4 months). It is posted in tg2d thread, direct link to download:
http://board.flatassembler.net/download.php?id=462
Post 29 Jan 2004, 19:15
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asmgges



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Hi ! vid Very Happy
I downloaded him three hours ago.
I had no time to try
I am going to look at him yes and I give you news Cool
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Post 29 Jan 2004, 19:23
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asmgges



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Message "internal error " Sad
to recompile with new version ?
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Post 29 Jan 2004, 19:36
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hm, this one was reported rarely. I was finishing game in hurry so i probably left out something that crashes on particular comps (but works on mine and on every i have access to (unlike tg2d)). I am not going to fix this one, i'd rather play with tg2d, sorry, you wont play my game Crying or Very sad
Post 29 Jan 2004, 22:07
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asmgges



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Hi ! Smile
Gsoko new version

24 levels.
Save / load, levels and your last regulation of speed for your processor.
New messages design
Completely redone interface more functional
Friendly...Gges


Description: Update
Download
Filename: gsoko4fasm.zip
Filesize: 21.56 KB
Downloaded: 287 Time(s)



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Post 31 Jan 2004, 14:25
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vid wrote:
hm, this one was reported rarely. I was finishing game in hurry so i probably left out something that crashes on particular comps (but works on mine and on every i have access to (unlike tg2d)). I am not going to fix this one, i'd rather play with tg2d, sorry, you wont play my game Crying or Very sad


Hi! Vid!
this is a very good 2d-game! Wink , do you code it in asm only?
i had no problem with errors... on my cmp it works well.
regards,
h

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Post 02 Feb 2004, 09:52
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in the g-soko spacebar gives me no effects Sad


how can I move boxes?

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Post 02 Feb 2004, 09:59
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asmgges



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Hi ! Harry
for push you have to be in front of the box and the tense arms.
Which Windows version have you, win98?

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vid
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harryturtle: game was coded in fasm only, i can mail you my development directory, i would post it but i has almost 2mb (includes all graphics twice etc.). How far are you now (levels 1 is only heatup, lvl2 is forerunner of next levels, 3 and 4 have too long passages but are good, and then it starts! The bug occurs only on very few systems, otherwise i would have found it before final version. Also check data\config.ini to some setup (and level skipping Smile .btw, did you play Terminator: Future Shock? Wink
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asmgges wrote:

Which Windows version have you, win98?

Hi Asmgges!
I have the W2k.I think one of the better solution in windows family.

regards,

Harry

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Tomasz Grysztar



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Nice project. Do you plan to share some sources here? It seems you would be able to give us some very nice samples of programming simple games in assembly.
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i can give you sources if you are interested. But i don't think 300kb sources will be useful, and they are not good, because project has changed during it's development so there are at least 3 styles used, and some parts are done in hurry so they are made very confusingly etc.

But if you want them, i will make some fixes and release them. Note there is a bug on some systems, and it's fixing will take few tries as i dont have systems where it occurs (same as with TG2D)
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Tomasz Grysztar



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If you don't have anything smaller, we can use this one - but you would have to try make this source "friendly" for beginners (with some small project it would perhaps be easier, at least wouldn't require such a lot of work).
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i don't think this source will be usuable for beginners. There are few nice ideas which i could reproduce. I am sending you sources, you can decide as you wish.

I think these sources can be used as example that bigger project can be made without problems in fasm too.
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asmgges



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asmgges
Hi Harry and all !
I think having resolved the problem of the spacebar for push box.
Please test
Thanks
If work G-SokoFasm => 100 levels.
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decard



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Yeah, it works fine for me too (previous version didn't). Very nice game! Wink
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what drawing routines are you using. DirectDraw's. In then cases do you store bitmaps in video memory & restore them on task switch? If you are storing them in RAM then directdraw's routines are too slow.

(btw, ddraw's routines are always too slow for 32x32 pictures)
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