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CrazyPong

Post by peter » Sun Sep 14, 2008 12:47 am

Hi there,

try my fun game !

Movement:
Left player = (W, S) Keys
Right player = (UP, DOWN) Keys

Best wishes,
Peter
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Re: CrazyPong

Post by axu » Wed Sep 24, 2008 9:15 pm

Yeah I really enjoy your games!! I'm a BIG FAN!!
It's fun that your games have a same style so everybody who has somewhere played your games they know it's yours(at least I do).
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Re: CrazyPong

Post by Sami The Great » Sun Sep 28, 2008 6:50 pm

I tried your game and have to say that I love it :) There came a feeling that I would play some old nintendo game. Did you make those graphics your own? This is one of the best games out there (I mean CoolBasic forums). Is it feature or bug that ball sometimes changes its direction when it crosses the middle line?
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Re: CrazyPong

Post by peter » Sun Sep 28, 2008 11:08 pm

Hello Sami,

1. i make the graphics myself.
2. that is no bug, should be so.

thank you for your comment.
Peter

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Re: CrazyPong

Post by Ozcar » Sun Nov 23, 2008 12:26 am

Okay, this is a bit old thread, but I decided to try your game and I have to say, it's good. It's simple, but works just fine. I'm always going the wrong way when the ball changes direction, so it's delightfully annoying to play :D. I'd just like to ask, why do you make those "paddles" out of 6 separate pieces? I guess you check on which the ball lands and act accordingly, but it's just not the way I would've done it (your's is by no means worse, just takes up a bit more work).

How I would've done it (first checking if the two things collide in the first place, of course =) )

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If ObjectY(ball) > ObjectY(paddle) + 5 Then // if the ball is over 5 pixels higher than the middle of the paddle
 do_something()
ElseIf ObjectY(ball) < ObjectY(paddle) - 5 Then // but if the ball is over 5 pixels lower than the paddle
 do_something_else()
EndIf
 
Just a friendly tip if you hadn't though about it.
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Re: CrazyPong

Post by peter » Tue Dec 16, 2008 10:07 pm

Hi, Ozcar

For the programming of this game i can no pixel inquiry taking.
The algorithm is a little bit crazy here.
Hence I took three parts for the paddles.

Nevertheless, thank you for your advice.

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Re: CrazyPong

Post by elmo123 » Thu Jun 18, 2009 10:13 pm

This game is graphically and technically well done! :) And it's more challenging and interesting than the classic Pong game.
The ball seems to curve randomly, maybe that's why this game is called CrazyPong. Great work, man! :D
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Re: CrazyPong

Post by peter » Thu Jun 18, 2009 10:45 pm

Hi elmo123,

thanks for the flowers!
i'm pleased that to hear.

Peter

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Re: CrazyPong

Post by peter » Sun Jul 27, 2014 6:35 pm

peter wrote:Hi, Ozcar

Pixel collision was not possible.
The algorithm is a little bit crazy here.
Hence I took three parts for the paddles.

Nevertheless, thank you for your advice.

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