Wiicross!

Discussion in 'Wii - Emulation and Homebrew' started by scognito, Sep 5, 2008.

Sep 5, 2008

Wiicross! by scognito at 11:41 AM (1,889 Views / 0 Likes) 10 replies

  1. scognito
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    Very nice idea for a homebrew [​IMG]

    can we create only 15*15 picross ?
    how can we know if the levels we are submiting are fully playable ?
    it could be great a "do it yourself to test before submiting", so we can try it without creating it on paper.
    something like the picrossDS's editor wich tell if it's playable or not.

    Do you already have a screenshot, or based graphics to show us ?

    Good luck, I'm waiting for your homebrew [​IMG]
     
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    This sounds great!

    Maybe it's possible to create an editor, too. So that other people can create levels, too and the you can play it with your game!

    Maybe it's possible!
     
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    it's a good idea, including an editor wich send on a repository server via wifi, and people could play and note the levels.
    (for the wii version only)
     
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    Indeed it's planned for next release (if any [​IMG])
     
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    This game wasn't born for being published, it was some code testing that ended up to beign a picross game, so yes there are just 15x15 grid.
    What you mean if they are "fully playable"? If you mean "there is a sure pattern for clearing the level without putting random cells" I don't know, because I don't know an algorithm for solving it (at least I'm too lazy to write one [​IMG])

    I'll do some ingame screenshot today, but obviously there are some...but I'll show when I'll reach the 50th level [​IMG]
    Truse me, the gfx looks professional thanks to the artwork of spriteattack.com!

    Also I can tell you the game will be themeable, for who wants to do their own theme.

    Cheers,
    Scognito.
     
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    Sounds cool, I made a Megaman one :P
     
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    I've made some Picross / Nonograms for you!

    Hope you'll like it. You can tell me, if my work are good and which one do you take [​IMG]
     
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    I didn't know you made some level, iirc there is one accepted [​IMG]
    As for the unsolvable puzzle I don't know what to do...

    For other info please refere to the official blog as Cyber-T did, it's easier for me keeping track of the progress there, also for other users.
    Anyway I'm considering to find someone with patience to test the level and doing some sorting, since I don't have much time code anymore.

    Progress on My blog

    Cheers!
     
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    Nice project, I like those puzzles!
    I've also submitted some puzzle designs. If have no idea if they're solvable though!
     
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    To test them you could try putting them into Picross DS... though that is quite time consuming for 50 (or more) puzzles...

    Otherwise you need to make/steal an algorithm and fudge it to work with your format of puzzle.
     

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