Sandbox Engine DSi-Releases

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Mar 6, 2011

Sandbox Engine DSi-Releases by T3GZdev at 2:22 AM (11,787 Views / 3 Likes) 88 replies

  1. T3GZdev
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    (i decided S,E DSi will keep its own thread being its my main project, also so the feedback would be separate from other projects.)
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    Sandbox Engine DSi-Hybrid
    Download: Sandbox Engine DSi-Hybrid (Current Version: v1.0.3)
    more in-depth with the code, have more control, etc. i decided to start from scratch, using only devkitARM/libnds, spawning this newer version, Sandbox Engine DSi-Hybrid, the successor to SandboxEngine DS-Classic [formerly known as SandboxEngine DS-DSi].
    Changelog/Screenshots/Videos: (updated: 8/12/14)
    Warning: Spoilers inside!
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    Sandbox Engine DS-Classic [formerly SE_DS-DSi]
    Download: Sandbox Engine DS-Classic (Current Version: v004.5)
    this is basically a 3D FPS style game, it was being made for DS for a short moment, but since the DSi's sudokuhax exploit, its being made with DSi-Mode in mind. for now its still sorta in beta. name changed from sandbox engine DS-DSi to sandbox engine DSi-Classic.

    Change Log/Screenshots/Videos:
    Warning: Spoilers inside!
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    Awesome! [​IMG]

    Maybe you could use the source of wolveslayer in your engine for some effects
     
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    How is the framerate different in the two modes? I'm guessing dsi mode is faster.
     
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    Any other DSi features?
     
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    That's pretty sweet.
    3D GTA DS FTW!
     
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    Wow, a sandbox homebrew for DS(i)? Man, that's just awsome. Can't wait to try it (downloading it right now).
     
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    Downloaded it - will test on my Sudokuhax enabled XL later today.
     
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    it's a still image, so no frames get updated
     
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    I'll give this a shot. Doesn't look like there's much going on at the moment, but I love to check out works in progress [​IMG]

    EDIT, to avoid a double post: Pretty neat little area, and nice graphics. A little wonky with no collision checking, but it's cool. Makes me realize how much I really need to open up my DSi and clean out my L and R buttons, though. Also, tell that cop I think he's a dick [​IMG]
     
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    Seems rather interesting. I shall follow this project and offer as much help as I can
     
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    I tried it's really good for a start.

    (I laughed when I saw the hummer, it runs really really fast [​IMG] ).

    Who's the guy on the picture inside the house? ^^
     
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    terry [​IMG]

    you never gave up on this.

    i still have the first version you ever made on my old pc

    by the way, its Tommy [​IMG]

    well good luck on the project.
     
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    the name "sandbox" makes me think of Crysis. you should remake Crysis with this project xD. I know that would be "Impossible", but you could do the whole Armor, Invis, strength, etc. meh, i talk to much. I noticed your water appears to be a large rotating square lol. and by large i mean LARGE! The picture on the desk is also sort of high-res for a DS. Sorry if this sounds like criticism! It's rare to see something as cool as this, and i really want its development to continue! [​IMG]
     
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    actually everything begined with me trying to make a gta like game on the DS. when chinatown was released, i wasnt that into the graphics style , i mean the game was awesome but i was expecting it to be like the 3d ones, so i decided to start working on a project called GTA 3DS.(lol not for the actual Nintendo 3DS but as in gta 3 3d for ds). it was trying to make gta 3 for ds, which i have vids of the project here.
    [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dl9KgeHJRe4[/youtube]
    more vids on the channel
    gta 3ds eventually became a demo(develoupment paused) for now & started working on Sandbox Engine DS(DS-DSi now), & other homebrews

    so yes im also working on GTA 3DS. its just the development has been paused becouse of sandbox engine, & 2 other titles im announcing soon. [​IMG]
     
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    the guy in the picture is me lol i was bored
     
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    i remember you tommy lol , i still have that one gta 3 ds pic you made, may use in the future [​IMG] but that is a different project.
     
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    haha, i have it too [​IMG], somewhere tho, lol. on old pc

    good to see that you haven't given up. [​IMG]
     
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    Worked great for me via Sudokuhax, program confirmed DSi mode on screen, everything moved fast (maybe too fast) and smooth - looking forward to seeing where this goes next.
     
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