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Hi.I have been looking for at good car/racing game with destruction in it.why not make a map like the one in "destriction detby" a "circle arena" and the add visible damage to the cars (im affraid its an allmost impsible job to do Sad ) no linux car game have a destruction mode in :-(wow destruction could be fun in multiplayer :-Deverything should be brake able, glass, wheels helmet, and so on.Just an idea :-)P.s I like the game now, but I would really like some destruction.
I saw a project simulating body damage to cars, but for the life of me can not find a link right now. It was pretty cool, although perhaps more resource intensive than the type of damage simulation VDrift would want. Things like the actual body framework would warp depending upon the impact. Still, it was pretty cool and (if only I could find a link) probably closer to what you want than VDrift which is a [drift] racing simulation rather than a smash-em-up.
charlieg Wrote:VDrift which is a [drift] racing simulation rather than a smash-em-up.
If a racer (in the true world) crashes, his car is also damaged, so I think it will be a step forwards in this simulation. I don't say that we need an arena-track, but If somebody wants that he can create one
If vdrift, gets support for damage and such, its the first linux driving game I know that has it.I have allways been a fan of games like Destruction Derby, Gta 1-5. Maybe its an impossible/to much work to do to the existing code?Once again thx for this great game.Multiplayer Car destruction rocks :-D
it would be a *lot* of extra work, and there are lots of other features that are much higher priorityfeel free to start your own project with the code, though
Hi joevenzon.It was not my intention stress you or force you to make changes to your game, im sorry :-(I was just exited to hear if you also liked such feature.Once again sorry.
joevenzon Wrote:it would be a *lot* of extra work, and there are lots of other features that are much higher priority
That is true
Quote:feel free to start your own project with the code, though
I can't program c++ SadIs there any chance that you implement it after that priority things??
Found it!!!D4MD (deformed) is a simulation of car damage, built using the OGRE rendering engine. Read about it (screenshots plus movie) in the OGRE forumshere.It's hard to see how VDrift could take anything other than ideas from this. Different 3D engine, different approach to the game, I'd be surprised if there was any kind of similarity in code structure.
Saying that, here's a link to a paper on the deformation algorithm in use by d4md:http://pwp.netcabo.pt/0175938601/omicron...eprint.pdf