Core Click the button to extract the data. Try it Count: 0 INPUT OUTPUT
From Console Press F1 to open the Command Console and type ‘help’ or ‘commands’, etc. The “!” is already typed-in. From Object SubmitAction(“!commands”) Want to Check it Out? Overseer at CoreGames: Go Here Commands: !1
Togagames has 5 main projects, then some “experimental” stuff. One Shot Kill A sniper heaven experience, free-for-all, contracts on enemy ai, re-deployments (to sniping positions). Speed and jumps gained every kill. Status: Unlisted, In Development
Record Locs for Emulation in Core Grab data. Here, I am recording x,yz, and name data to emulate. Next Convert to usable array for Core template data. Snippet>> Pattern Core template replacement pattern: Path:[C:\Users\soandso\Documents\My Games\CORE\Saved\Maps\mycoregame\Data\Tree\Emulator_
Testing to see what is the maximum extreme walkable slope angle and then starting to test a code to walk on walls. This, so far, uses a trigger for the player to change his rotation
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Useful But Under-Documented Things Available in CoreUseful But Under-Documented Things Available in Core
Networking Overview A Clear Explanation Networking is a notoriously difficult concept to get right in game development, so it’s no surprise that it’s not the easiest thing to learn in Core. Luckily Core
Current Objective: Create a Command Console in Core!Current Objective: Create a Command Console in Core!
We’ll take Core to the next level by having a command console. togagames Imagine being able to spawn NPCs and loot objects from a command line or run macros from within Core. That is
My Ideas for the Survival Cart game. The cart goes around the map “track” on an indefinite loop. It can be damaged by enemy NPCs, so players will need to stay on or near it.