Pirates and Buccaneers get ready to set sail for a faraway island said to hold a hidden treasure of immense wealth — but beware of the giant octopus that guards the island. Everyday Titus Tentacle scares off the brazen little pirate monkeys who are out to steal his gold coins... The star of Titus Tentacle is the octopod itself, which is placed in the center of the game board. Each player has two ships, and on a turn the active player rolls the color die, then moves one of their ships to the next empty space of that color on the game board; the ships circle the board clockwise with the goal of reaching Treasure Island. If a player rolls red, then they turn Titus Tentacle to what they hope is a favorable position, then they bop the octopus on the head, shooting out its limbs and (fingers crossed!) knocking over opposing ships. Any ships knocked over this way must return to start, but a couple of rocky locations along the path can provide safe haven.
If a pirate reaches Treasure Island, they take one gold coin, then return that ship to start. Whichever pirate first claims three gold coins wins!
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Yessssss got my pure data generative patch loading in unity. Now I can make accompanying sequences and parameters changes over my static backing tracks for this VR album idea I've had. You'll be able to manipulate the song by interacting with objects :D
So here's a simple circuit I made that taught me a lot. I've been looking up electronic circuits for beginners so that I can learn about various electronic components, how they work and how they can be used. Tried looking up simple capacitor circuits and found this. This project taught me how to use a capacitor. There's still a lot that I have to study in this simple circuit. I wanna calculate voltage, resistance, amps, etc. using formulas, and then measure different points in the circuit using my voltmeter to see what values I get.
How this works is, I close the circuit between the batter and capacitor so the capacitor starts charging. Then I open that circuit and close the circuit between the capacitor and LED, allowing the capacitor to power the LED.
As I mentioned above, I still have a lot to learn from this simple circuits and there's lots of observations I have to make. Learning a lot!
Also, excuse how messy this looks. Lol presentation wasn't exactly top priority, and some of the parts (switches and battery case) have been pulled off other stuff.
The circuit diagram and demo video are included.
2x 1.5v Battery
1x Batter pack to hold the batteries
1x 100uF Electrolytic Capacitor
1x 270ohm Resistor
2x Switch (or anything that lets you open and close the circuit)
#gamedev blessings to all!
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On #TeamHTC for liiife 💙 lots of exciting things coming up in the month of Dec! I'll finally have the space for VR when I move in to my new condo.
Question for you peeps though: would you be more interested in watching me stream game dev work (3d modeling and building experiences in VR, etc.) or would you prefer watching me play through VR experiences and talk about the UX, game design, just having fun, etc.? Let me know down below 👇💖
Cute cubes with different patterns found their way into the complex maze of the city. A brain puzzle game where you make the way for the cubes to coexist in the map and arrive safely at their destination! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
**Download this game here⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀