Here’s a video explaining how to export videos with transparency in Sony Vegas Pro 15. You’ll need to use WinFF to convert them into webm format, which will work great as a stinger transition in OBS. WinFF is a free download.
Nevergrind 2 will be a multiplayer real-time RPG powered by the same proven technology that powered the multiplayer engine in Firmament Wars.
The game design document is still being developed, but party size will probably be four.
Nevergrind 2 will be slower paced and easier to play compared to the original. Why, you may ask? The original game only had to update the client’s state. A game designed for a client-server relationship has to be more cautious about how much data is sent over the wire. Nevertheless, I believe the slower gameplay speed will actually be a good thing.
I am not sure how I will get art developed for this game. I just know that I want to make it. I’ll probably use art assets from part 1 as placeholders until I figure that out later.
The game will be free along with some optional monetization that will not affect enjoyment of the game.
The game will allow the use of single sign-on via Google, Kongregate, and perhaps others, making it easier to get friends to join.
At this time I am planning eight classes.
The game will feature real-time chat, friends lists, whispering, and so on.
The game will be heavily focused on cooperative team-based combat and finding rare items.
Development will be focused on supporting desktop and laptop browsers. Mobile support may be developed later if it is popular, and I will do my best to keep considerations for mobile in mind.
Here are some images from other existing games that I am currently using for inspiration for my combat design. It will use the familiar first-person perspective used in original Nevergrind:
In this video I rank all civilizations from 16 up to number 1. This is my personal opinion on what the most powerful civilizations are for getting the fastest victories for non-domination victory types. If you want to do a speedrun, these are the Civilizations to do it with!
In this video I demonstrate how to record video from your consoles, including Xbox 360, PS3, Xbox One, and PS4. Check the video’s description for additional links to products that you will need. This is great if you want to record console games and stream them live on platforms like Twitch and Youtube.
In this video I recount all of the details that I can remember, 23 years later, about the Blockbuster Video Game Tournament held in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, back in August, 1994. If you have any additional details you’d like to add, please add them to the comments here or on the Youtube video. There’s shockingly little amount of information out there about this amazing event.
I competed in Massachusetts, won at the store level, in Fitchburg, proceed to win at the regional level in Boston, and then came in 28th place overall in Florida.