My Zombie Hospital Game
Never started on the Reality FPS game layout after having a kid!
A little variation on the tranlucency values and the iRay mins on this "Zombie in the Park" scene
Full 3D horror section port in progress, until then - heres a web-based maze thing
I'm working on.
This is kind of a pet project of mine - a 3D "7th Guest" game puzzler using ONLY Drupal! My dabbling for a concept felt really limited, basically pure html image mapping and nodes, and "gamification" and badges made the Drupal platform incapable of driving a game. Now it became a challenge for reasons other than fun, which was 'how can I use everything Drupal does(entities, taxonomy, references) to display something interactive?' Obvioulsy the finished game will require some type of randomized map stored in a client session... haven figured that part out yet so On with the fun!
Since the first part is a simple maze hunt for a missing key, I'll start off by making a node naming grid...
|start node = "maze1334235"|
when creating the 3d artwork. Mind you - you dont need 3D Studio, DAZ 3D, or Poser to build your maze... I drafted the first few nodes with some
Ok you get the overall gyst of a linear maze - you have bitmaps, a predefined grid of non-sequential node names, and image maps applied to those bitmap jpg images with links on the relevant regions. Now for the real fun.... this is where I get distracted and don't finish the entire section. Hopefully not. Ok two tasks to go:
1) Randomizing a map and holding the layout in a session
2) Lookimg up appropriate images to map each view of the genarated map
3) Randomizing node names. Remember I want to do this in pure drupal without iFrames
4) Creating resizable image maps to fit a full size screen on any device. This is probably the easiest cause the work has already been done else where, so let's start here:
Creating resizable image maps
Using my first maze room as an example <here>, the image map will be created using the svg format with transparent box object boxes drawn on top of the background image. Example:
<svg height="800" preserveaspectratio="none" version="1.1"
viewbox="0 0 278 200" width="100%"
<image height="208" width="100%" xlink:href="/sites/default/files/images/diversions/RxLxL_0.jpg"> </image>
<a xlink:href="maze952627"><rect fill="#fff" height="10" opacity="0" width="10" x="35" y="87"></rect> </a>
<a xlink:href="maze952627"><rect fill="#fff" height="10" opacity="0" width="10" x="107" y="91"></rect> </a>
<a xlink:href="maze886879"><rect fill="#fff" height="10" opacity="0" width="10" x="187" y="91"></rect> </a>