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Re: Erode online

Postby KaseoDip » Thu Apr 13, 2017 12:04 am

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I can only imagine :shock:
Also, I feel that something would have to be done with how this game handles ruts. Small ruts in this game do not work very well.
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Re: Erode online

Postby jlv » Thu Apr 13, 2017 2:08 am

Ddavis wrote:I think you'd need a limit on track deformation, because if it just continued to get worse it would become unplayable for the physics of the game.

That could be a problem, although erode_max_slope will at least keep it from making any walls.

Yamaha285 wrote:Not promoting any other games but mx bikes erode online works great and it works with late arrival players as well. What would be different here compared to that game?

https://gyazo.com/db8d731b83e1b362efa7a80cbefd446a

Could just be me being too cheap with the bandwidth. I haven't tried the terrain deformation in MX Bikes, but if it just leaves a rut behind the bike it's quite a bit simpler than what erode does.

I was re-reading my erode code the other day and did notice a couple of things that could be compressed fairly easily. Might not need as elaborate of a compression scheme as I was initially planning on.
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Re: Erode online

Postby M@xTizZz » Thu Apr 13, 2017 2:11 am

jlv wrote:
Ddavis wrote:I think you'd need a limit on track deformation, because if it just continued to get worse it would become unplayable for the physics of the game.

That could be a problem, although erode_max_slope will at least keep it from making any walls.

Yamaha285 wrote:Not promoting any other games but mx bikes erode online works great and it works with late arrival players as well. What would be different here compared to that game?

https://gyazo.com/db8d731b83e1b362efa7a80cbefd446a

Could just be me being too cheap with the bandwidth. I haven't tried the terrain deformation in MX Bikes, but if it just leaves a rut behind the bike it's quite a bit simpler than what erode does.

I was re-reading my erode code the other day and did notice a couple of things that could be compressed fairly easily. Might not need as elaborate of a compression scheme as I was initially planning on.


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Re: Erode online

Postby Squidmob567 » Thu Apr 13, 2017 7:34 pm

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Re: Erode online

Postby KaseoDip » Thu Apr 13, 2017 7:36 pm

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Re: Erode online

Postby Yamaha285 » Fri Apr 14, 2017 11:56 pm

KaseoDip wrote:
Yamaha285 wrote:Image

I can only imagine :shock:
Also, I feel that something would have to be done with how this game handles ruts. Small ruts in this game do not work very well.


The ruts are smaller in mx bikes then the erode on sim. But it also depends on the scale as well. I think my server is set to 1.5 or 2.5 which would be to much for 40 guys but only a few of us play it. And of course each tracks tile info is different so budds creek did not erode as fast as the Stewart compound did. 2.5 at Stewart's house was just deep after a 30 minute practice. Piboso's physics are more like in between simulation and arcade right now so it handles the ruts well with the right set up.

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Ddavis wrote:I think you'd need a limit on track deformation, because if it just continued to get worse it would become unplayable for the physics of the game.

That could be a problem, although erode_max_slope will at least keep it from making any walls.

Yamaha285 wrote:Not promoting any other games but mx bikes erode online works great and it works with late arrival players as well. What would be different here compared to that game?

https://gyazo.com/db8d731b83e1b362efa7a80cbefd446a

Could just be me being too cheap with the bandwidth. I haven't tried the terrain deformation in MX Bikes, but if it just leaves a rut behind the bike it's quite a bit simpler than what erode does.

I was re-reading my erode code the other day and did notice a couple of things that could be compressed fairly easily. Might not need as elaborate of a compression scheme as I was initially planning on.


Well it sounds like it may be promising. Hopefully it works out to where its not to much of a headache to do.
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Re: Erode online

Postby Yamaha285 » Sat Apr 15, 2017 12:18 am

Just a few for the road. I wont spam the post anymore. Just wanted to show the differences

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Re: Erode online

Postby minimath4 » Thu May 18, 2017 12:58 pm

No news ?

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Re: Erode online

Postby jlv » Fri May 19, 2017 1:17 am

Nothing so far.
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