When evaluating the performance of an application it makes sense to run the code several times to get better view on how it performs. But getting a good look at the performance is still hard.
Created in 42 hours during a game jam using UE4.
Deflect shots of your enemies and apply even more pressure with your own attacks. Grab some friends and play the game in the local network!
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During my exchange semester at the IT-University of Copenhagen we’ve learned how to structure an engine and build it using different existing libraries like Box2D for the physics simulation. In the end a game was build together with a very simple but reusable game engine that is working in the background.
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Playing in the higher ranks of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive requires much more than just quick reflexes and good aiming. Having a strategic advantage when enteringRead More
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Due to the fact that Windows enforces you to use a file name you cannot create a file .gitignore, or can you? Turns out actuallyRead More
A racing game where you control the hoverbike with your Kinect.