New Raycaster engine - Raycaster Engine V.5

This Engine has better sprites, better textures and will be updated more frequently then the others
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His name is mark

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It’s… beautiful

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why is mark

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Nice! The chandelier gives me the same vibes as the Wolfenstein level in DooM 1.

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Why not? Mark is one of the if not the best name for a friend!

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It gives me the same vibes as the Wolfenstein level in Wolfenstein

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Seems well done, I can’t check it rn because I’m on a phone, but I’ll check it out later

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amazing just amazing

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i’m very interested in how this works

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If you look up Wolfenstein on youtube there are plenty of good videos to watch. I’m sure the method he used was a slightly different version adapted for flowlab, but the principles are the same. I might try to make a Wolfenstein game later, but I’m quite busy with my other projects atm

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…tell mark i said hi

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That is really cool!

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It’s Mark-in’ time

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Oh btw, there’s a third person engine (it’s more like an old resident evil game)

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You could make a 3rd person engine by having the current player object in the 1st person engine function as a camera and have a separate entity as the player

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I am very impressed, this was one of the reasons I kept requesting Grazer for a message to spawn option, and it’s beautiful. The solution is elegantly simple, I will have to try making this myself again later.
I do suggest if you ever make smaller wall objects, I recommend using the point to line method, so you have less distance to size issues. Congrats Yoann!

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