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Yami
Posted on 03-08-16 07:10 AM Link | #68345
(I'm not sure it's the most appropriate Category.)

Super Mario Kart 3D is a little Project of mine, as I'm remaking Super Mario Kart in 3D.
I was originally going to re-create Mario Kart DS instead, but that was way to much work, and to unoriginal.
That's why I choose SMK instead.

Latest Gameplay:


Download:
As soon as I have more stable Gameplay, and more Tracks.

TODO:
- Lakitu
- More players
- Karts
- More Tracks
- Working GUI
- Final GUI
- Item Boxes
- Item Roulette
- Multiplayer (if possible at all)
- Manual (if wanted)
- Main Menu
- Title Screen
- Ending Credits
- Cup ending
- Ranking
- Results
- Probably more I'm missing out.

GalladeGuy
Posted on 03-08-16 07:24 AM Link | #68346
Nice! I can't wait to see how this turns out! :)

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salty
Posted on 03-08-16 09:13 AM Link | #68347
This looks interesting. Good luck!

Are the models going to be the same as the old version or are they going to be new-ish?


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Yami
Posted on 03-08-16 09:48 AM Link | #68348
Depends on how well I can rip those from MK7 (the Kart placeholder you see in the Video is a rip from MK7), but I think I'd better rip those BRRES Files on Tockdom for Kart Models, but I don't know how.

Track Models are going to be rips of MKW, and MK7 CTs in the first place, filled in with new Models where needed.

StapleButter
Posted on 03-08-16 09:53 AM Link | #68349
eh, a pretty interesting project! Keep up the good work!

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Yami
Posted on 03-09-16 07:19 AM Link | #68367
Little progress today, and therefore, there'll be no Video for today.
My biggest work today was with the Fonts, though, as I had to remake those in Illustrator.

Changes
First off, I've implemented new Kart Models (thanks Stewie1.0).
[image]
Don't be to bothered about the Textures, it's the way the 3DS displays them, somehow.

Next, I've implemented Coins.
[image]

Then I've implemented Jugem/Lakitu as a Countdown decoration (thanks SGC):
[image]

Then I've implemented brakes and backwards driving (in both cases, it's the B Button).

And finally, I've implemented the Pause Screen:
[image]

Anthe
Posted on 03-09-16 09:32 AM Link | #68370
What are you writing this in exactly?

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Yami
Posted on 03-09-16 04:34 PM (rev. 2 of 03-09-16 04:35 PM) Link | #68378
I knew this Question would come up, sooner or later...
I won't expose everything off the bat, but it uses C# Scripting (not to be confused with Visual C#).
However, the Compiler automatically turns it into C++.

Anthe
Posted on 03-10-16 10:59 AM Link | #68403
Like Unity, or is this Unity? It certainly reminds me of it.

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Yami
Posted on 03-10-16 04:35 PM Link | #68413
Posted by Anthe
Like Unity, or is this Unity? It certainly reminds me of it.

Okay, you got me.

Spacey
Posted on 03-10-16 07:14 PM Link | #68417
I had a feeling due to the skybox clipping with the blue background, either way its interesting. I've heard a lot about unity on the 3ds but I have no idea where it is exactly and the only info I could find on it was a few news articles saying the new 3ds would support it.

SuperMario64DS
Posted on 03-10-16 11:33 PM Link | #68420
I was under the impression you needed to be an approved developer to obtain the platform specific tools for Unity. How'd you manage that?

At first I was thinking this was the product of some seriously advanced Home Brew SDK, but Unity is much better.

Yami
Posted on 03-11-16 01:36 AM (rev. 2 of 03-11-16 01:37 AM) Link | #68421
Whoever gave me a copy of this Unity Version wants me not to say who, how, where, etc., since their Company is under NDA.
But let's say, I have a couple of good friends, being an approved Developer, they're from all over the world.

ElyosOfTheAbyss
Posted on 03-11-16 03:02 AM Link | #68423
Wouldnt that make it New 3DS only?

Hiccup
Posted on 03-11-16 03:25 AM Link | #68424
No. Despite the "official word".

Spacey
Posted on 03-11-16 04:53 AM Link | #68426
Posted by Yami
Whoever gave me a copy of this Unity Version wants me not to say who, how, where, etc., since their Company is under NDA.
Ah, that makes sense. Either way it is interesting and the game looks good. Keep up the good work.

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Yami
Posted on 03-11-16 06:39 AM Link | #68429
Posted by ElyosOfTheAbyss
Wouldnt that make it New 3DS only?

Nope, it works fine on an old 3DS as well, but with greater limitations.
For example, I can't use to fancy Animations or Functions, or the old 3DS will cry.

Anthe
Posted on 03-11-16 02:30 PM Link | #68432
What's the point of making a game no one will be able to play? Or can you compile it as a CIA and distribute it?

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SuperMario64DS
Posted on 03-11-16 02:40 PM Link | #68433
Posted by Yami
Whoever gave me a copy of this Unity Version wants me not to say who, how, where, etc., since their Company is under NDA.
But let's say, I have a couple of good friends, being an approved Developer, they're from all over the world.


Okay, just be really careful with that.

I don't claim to know anything about Unity, but I'd figure that games would leave some sort of marker to indicate the developer. And the editor doesn't utilize some kind of DRM?

Yami
Posted on 03-11-16 04:15 PM Link | #68435
Posted by Anthe
What's the point of making a game no one will be able to play? Or can you compile it as a CIA and distribute it?

You can compile it as CIA, and there's a way to convert Development CIA to Retail CIA, and vice versa.
So you will be able to play it, in the end.

Posted by SuperMario64DS
Okay, just be really careful with that.

I don't claim to know anything about Unity, but I'd figure that games would leave some sort of marker to indicate the developer. And the editor doesn't utilize some kind of DRM?

I used to think like that as well, but no, there isn't.
The License is the exact same for all Unity for New 3DS copies (can also be used as a Pro License for the regular Unity Editor), and the only DRM that can be implemented, is the DRM Nintendo implements after Lot Check.
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