Mopi Ranger Remake

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By turbor

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05-08-2004, 23:01

Would it also work with mono?
For some reason Microsoft doesn't seem to release DirectX for the OS that I'm using here. And to install a complete OS (and spending several hunderd euro on it)+ extra .Net tools just to play a remake...

By Henk

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05-08-2004, 23:30

Thanks for the compliments, gives me the extra to finish it Smile
I think I am going to make a level-editor, I have to make the orginals levels also..
And if all is done, I do think I would share the sources. There isnt much C# and Managed DirectX samples and help out there Smile
Feel free to edit the PNG files. The tiles are all 16x16 pixels. Be sure to leave them on the same location though Wink

By BiFi

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06-08-2004, 10:01

I just added those Managed DirectX stuff...

Now I get this error :/:

I have to agree with GuyveR800 though... I think it's overkill to have the newest DirectX version installed if it should be possible to do the same thing with DirectX 1.0 or something.

What's next? Required to install Visual Studio .NET just to get it working?

By Konamito

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06-08-2004, 10:42

Many requirements for playing this game, what about a simpler version of the game with less requirements?

By Henk

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06-08-2004, 10:42

no.. but I am doing this remake to learn Managed DirectX in C#.
I could also make something and throw away, but I decided to contribute something to the MSX scene.
I hope Microsoft will add the .NET Framework and the Managed DirectX with SP2 for Windows XP.

And indeed, it could be done in much lower DirectX versions. But there is also another thing to remember. Other DirectX version are much harder to work with.

By ro

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06-08-2004, 10:54

what sucks is that, in order to preview/play some piece'a soft, peepz need to install different kinds of other stuff..
I don't want to install .net soft. period
I don't NEED to want to install any new Direct X.

c'mon just code the damn thing in plain 'ol C language without the extra shit (makes you a better programmer on top of it) I've always hated routines from other ppl. I write my own stuff. period (now, don't gimme crap about how e.z. it is and how good it works and all that. you're a coder or not. If not you're just a wanky EDITOR (notice the difference)..)
well having spilled my guts I'd be the first one to encourage you to continue to develop (but keeping earlier comment in mind)

(ok. boys, flames plz)

By Henk

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06-08-2004, 11:14

I normaly program in C++ and DirectX, but like I said: This is a study case for me.
And don't forget that the whole .NET and Managed DirectX is the future for Windows (.NET even for Linux as well).
Now you have to install those .NET and Managed DirectX but in the future you have to install a "DirectX emulator" in order to play the "old" games which arent made for Managed DirectX.

By Sonic_aka_T

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06-08-2004, 12:58

(ok. boys, flames plz)Err.... You father wears a red dress!!! Hmm... Yeah, I prolly could have done better... It's still early though. Maybe I can still come up with something...

By Arjan

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06-08-2004, 13:00

It still doesn't work here after installing the Managed DirectX stuff, it still gives me a System.IO.FileNotFoundException Sad

By Henk

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06-08-2004, 14:36

"System.IO.FileNotFoundException" Check if all files are in place. Check if there is a Data dir.

I have uploaded version 0.02.
Added new things.
Next version I will put our little guy in the game so you can move arround Wink

Be sure to read the changelog for known problems.

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