I’m now establishing the architecture base of the project. I would like to set a development having these important points in mind:
- Modelling with Blender.
- Exporting to a compatible format.
- Importing in Android
- Developing using Open GL.
One product I’m givin a try is OGRE 3D. There are two branches of development of this product. The official one is not ready at this moment, but it is possible to use the unofficial one. I have just tried to export a simple cube and there was no problem. It could be an option.
“This HOWTO tries to do a lot of things (probably too many), but it can’t answer that question and won’t attempt it. What this HOWTO will attempt to do is give your Free Software project a fighting chance–an edge. If you write a piece of crap that no one is interested in, you can read this HOWTO until you can recite it in your sleep and your project will probably fail. Then again, you can write a beautiful, relevant piece of software and follow every instruction in this HOWTO and your software may still not make it. Sometimes life is like that. However, I’ll go out a limb and say that if you write a great, relevant pieces of software and ignore the advise in this HOWTO, you’ll probably fail more often”.
I you are thinking of managing a free software project, I earnestly beg you to read it.
The following pictures are the creative base for the main background of Pigeons!. Next step, storyboarding!!.
Little Ryan was at school when his teacher explained how difficult it was for certain people in Africa to get drinkable water. After school he realised how easy it was to him to drink a glass of fresh water .That day, the six year old Ryan Hreljac decided to get money to build a well of drinking water in Africa. Instead of giving up he was able to overcome the adversities to get the money for the Angolo Primary School in northern Uganda.
The purpose of this game is to hit cars using the “pigeons’ bullets”. The only ones they have. I mean they have to shoot their shit and hit de cars. The game introduces three pigeons: John, Stan and Robert. They are waiting on a traffic light. They have to begin their shoots only when the traffic light is not red.
You can play against the device, or you can set a two or three players game. Every time you hit a car, a new point will be added to your score.
In a first version, you’ll be able to play only local on your device. This project would like to develop a game-on-the-net version, and to be able to play against other players using their device connected.