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 Post subject: Programming LD Games...Please Help!
PostPosted: Tue Nov 11, 2003 10:39 pm 
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Hi,

I have started an independent game company, and I want to make FMV games, particularly live-action interactive movies. Shooting the footage is no problem. However, I do not know how to code the game. What program or application should I use? I know a little C, but that's about it. Is Multimedia Fusion any good? What's seektest? I saw it mentioned several times in conjunction with the programming serach results for this forum. I'd appreciate any help any one has to offer. Thank you.


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The best option to create an FMV game, IMO, is to code the game natively in daphne. Daphne's seektest function was basically coded as a new "game". If you take a look at how it's structured, that should get you started.


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 Post subject: Seektest
PostPosted: Thu Nov 13, 2003 9:04 pm 
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To Chip or anybody else,

OK. I have made some modifications to seektest. This may sound stupid, but how do I test it out? Do I compile it somehow? And when it is ready, what do I type in the command line when I try to run Daphne?

Thanks!


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