- 1 Team Zombie
- 2 GAM670 section
- 3 GAM666 section
Features to be implemented:
- OpenGL 4.1
February 1, 2011 - Qing, Damien - Porting framework (2010) to OpenGL 1.4. Added Wrangler Library (glew) to trunk and changed the render to 3.x
For our group, we plan to convert all of the existing direct3d code into OpenGL 4.1. We will be using the GLSL shading language for fragments and vertex shaders. Also we will be adding new lighting features such as per pixel lighting and shadows to the framework. If we have time after doing the above we will also implement open audio.
We will be using our game from GAM666 for this course.
Project Marking Percentage
Group work: 40% (25 <= xx <= 50) Individual work: 60% + (50 <= xx <= 75) ------------------------- Total 100%
committed by [NAME] / being committed by [NAME]
October 27, 2010 -- Qing -- Added the design of the game level (floor#1) V0.1 in directX and 3ds max
November 1, 2010 -- Qing -- Added the design of the game level (floor#1) V2 in directX (it has walls now)
November 4, 2010 -- Qing, Damien -- Programming one of the puzzle
November 7, 2010 -- Qing -- Added the design of the game level (floor#1) V3 in directX (it's in 3d, instead of single plain thin layers)
November 7, 2010 -- Qing, Damien -- Imported model of the level into the framework
November 10, 2010 -- Qing -- Fixing the camera to be more responsive
November 13, 2010 -- Damien, Qing -- Fixed the camera so that it pitches,yaws,rolls and moves correctly on all axies
November 13, 2010 -- Damien -- Added custom background music file into the game and fixed issue where loading mesh objects would inccur a large FPS decrease
November 14, 2010 -- Qing -- Updated level design with textures
November 24, 2010 -- Damien -- Added a cylinder object to the framework that we will use for our puzzles
November 25, 2010 -- Qing, Damien -- Fully working puzzle #1 is finished
November 25, 2010 -- Qing, Damien -- Somewhat working puzzle #2
November 26, 2010 -- Qing -- Fully working puzzles (3 of them), re-textured the walls, textbox with information
November 30, 2010 -- Qing, Damien -- Added lights to the monitors/puzzles/riddles, flashing light on the exit sign, sound effects on some parts, movement(keyboard+mouse) is locked when doing a puzzle/riddle and when player wins/loses game, flashlight is toggable (on/off), ambient is a lot lower
Undead Team Members
Game Proposal – GAM 666
Damien McGrath, Qing Feng
September 22, 2010
Dr. Chris Szalwinski and Prof. Fardad Soleimaloo
Genre – Adventure/Puzzle Game (ex. Mist)
Synopsis - Make your way through the underground laboratory maze, opening doors by correctly answering puzzles, while zombies chase after you to eat your brains. There will be hints to answer the riddles as you progress through the game.
Riddles - are open until its answered correctly, each time it is entered incorrectly the riddle will be regenerated with a new one
1 Life, return to last save point
1 zombie hit results in death.
Your light source will be a flashlight (time limit due to battery power of flashlight for higher difficulty)
Your character is a scientist in a secret underground military lab. You’ve been working on a cure for Aids, and your latest vaccine seems to be working unfortunately it has some adverse side effects. After about one week your test subjects begin to mutate. Their heart stops, their body starts to decompose, their frontal lobes disintegrate, yet instead of dying they begin to act solely on instinct. The vaccine has also mutated that when an individual comes into contact with the affected individuals saliva they will begin to mutate as well. The mutation quickly runs through your laboratory and only you are left to escape. You must fight your way out and answer the final riddle to earn your freedom.