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Offline Schranz0r

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Giana Sisters on GLBasic ;)
« on: 2007-Sep-22 »
Hey guys...

Thats my new project!
Yeah, its a 1:1 Clone from the Amiga version.
 
Features today:

1.Move the Player ( Jump, walk arround a little bit :D )
2.Animation  (Player, Blocks, "cashblock")
3.Sidescrolling ( one way ;) ) like the Original !

Latest screenshots (UPDATE 22.09.07):




And the demo, simple but nevertheless descriptive ... ^^

KEIN LINK MEHR VERFÜGBAR / NO LINK ANYMORE!!
« Last Edit: 2013-Feb-18 by Schranz0r »
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Giana Sisters on GLBasic ;)
« Reply #1 on: 2007-Nov-28 »
Great stuff! Very retro and feely good! :D

1 thing though, you cant scroll backwards?
Cheers,

Ian.

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Giana Sisters on GLBasic ;)
« Reply #2 on: 2007-Nov-28 »
Nopers. Same as in Super Mario Brothers.

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Giana Sisters on GLBasic ;)
« Reply #3 on: 2007-Nov-28 »
Ah, I coulda swore it did... funny how you remember these classics... having extra features they never had! :P
Cheers,

Ian.

“It is practically impossible to teach good programming style to students that have had prior exposure to BASIC.  As potential programmers, they are mentally mutilated beyond hope of regeneration.”
(E. W. Dijkstra)