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SkylerVane
Mathew
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Current Residence: Northeastern United States
Favourite genre of music: New Age
Favourite photographer: :iconlittleredpippy:
Favourite style of art: Anthro styling in any medium easily lending itself to crisp detailing.
Operating System: Windows XP Professional
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LucarioRose24 Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2011  Student Digital Artist
lol thanks :) lots of ppl like this pic. Eli is so cute :3
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Donitz Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2009
Hey skylervane.

New update on my progress with XNA. I've been studying the different examples, learnt myself quite a few new concepts of c#, like derived classes and stuff like that, and I devised a rather neat test engine if I say so myself. I based it on the examples but improved it to be VERY customizable so to work for all kinds of games and whatnot. Basically you got a number of screen variables and unit variables that each have their own unique code, so you could basically make like a whole bunch of minigames in one game. Anyway, made a small test demo last night too. [link] . It utilizes audio, fonts and basic rendering of textures.

Personally I've greatly enjoyed coding in C#. The class system is just a very neat and way of doing things, and at this rate there won't be much to learn in aoop in school next week.
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SkylerVane Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2009
Thrilled to hear you like!

That link bombs out for me. I downloaded to Open or nearly finished downloading and it now just fails to Open. I don't have a player that handles .RAR files anyway...

Can you save it in another format?
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Donitz Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2009
The game itself uses regular exe files. Use winrar or 7zip to unpack the rar archive.
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SkylerVane Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2009
My Transfer Rate decays. I guess I'll have to try different times of the day, because waiting 2hrs is a little much...

I got the winRAR 40 day trial.
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Donitz Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2009
Oh, and I forgot to mention. You need to download and install XNA framework to be able to run games developed using XNA. [link]
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Donitz Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2009
Slight hickup in getting XNA to work. I finally managed to install XNA studio after first downloading and installing C# express 2005 plus sp1, but apparently the only way to debug the games you create is to connect a 360 to your computer to be able to run them. As I currently do not own a 360 and I'm not planning on getting one this close to start of school I don't have any way of proceeding. Anyway I'm still checking into development into the flash projects.
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SkylerVane Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2009
You mean you don't trust yourself to get a shiny new game system just before school? Or finance issues?
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Donitz Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2009
Pretty much both. I could barely afford one but I still need to find out what material to buy for this school year.
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SkylerVane Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2009
You mean text books and whatnot?

Anyway, I'll buy you one. We'll just have to work out a small contract we both feel comfortable with... Want me to Note you on this?
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