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Sorry but I really don't want to work on the engine anymore, I consider it too flawed for it to be worth working with for anyone else, its very broken. The code has so many corners cut and the map editor is painful to use... but you can try it out here: http://p.trumpshare.com/d9zh/hb8k.zip

If you can read through the C code you'll see how it works- but just think of it an an example that should be surpassed, not copied

I'm working on a new engine that will be something that I think other people might want to use, once its finished, I plan for it to be capable of that... although its all talk now. I think its nice that people want to use my engine, but would you really want to drive a home-made car that barley works, or use another engine that is made by a pro? :[ The choice will be very obvious if you keep going down this path.

I dont have a skype but feel free to add me on steam at http://steamcommunity.com/id/ika_

Here is my game:

Red Sky is an FPS game which is in the same camp as doom, duke3d, and marathon. Its a standalone game running on its own engine, so it looks and feels somewhat different from all of those games. The game is released as freeware. This is the trailer: And here's a link to my page:

Here's my game:

Its pretty tough if you aren't used to these kinds of games, but you should be able to play it in short segments. A level can take 3 minutes or it can take 20 depending on how well you play. It autosaves so there isn't any worry of progress being lost.

Hopefully this is good material for you to work with.

Here's my game:

Its pretty tough if you aren't used to these kinds of games, but you should be able to play it in short segments. Seems rather easy to commentate since its mostly getting into a flow and relying on your reflexes until the levels get really hard.

Here's my game:


Its pretty tough if you aren't used to these kinds of games, but you should be able to play it in short segments. A level can take 3 minutes or it can take 20 depending on how well you play. It autosaves so there isn't any worry of progress being lost.