huzzah! now we talkin.
btw I'd be in favour of going for hand-written SVGs. I mean it's A) kind of hard to enforce that rule, and of course B) it's much more practical to use a vector gfx editor. But manually writing SVG is such a unique and fun experience for which there's otherwise little reason to indulge in (not least because of B).
HEY YALL. If you guys need music for your TIC-80 game, feel free to contact me (Discord: Dippy#0615, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org), cause i'll be willing to do it. I'm not always available, so weekends would be a good time.
okay question (kinda silly but here it goes): does a tic-80 entry needs to be an actual game? can it just be a cart with a music that plays automatically when you open it? or maybe a demo kind of stuff?
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2019.03.05 7:49am :: edit 2019.03.10 4:22pm kleeder liēkd this
ah ok, fair enough. yeah i'm of course not expecting a "non-game" entry to score higher than actual games, just wondering if they were valid at all
my todo list (which i'll probably forget and/or ignore afterwards but here goes):
[ ] pc-98
[ ] mt-32
[ ] mod32k
[ ] tic-80 (possibly collab with someone who can actually program)
[ ] take a proper look at the other formats to include them in this list or not
wasnt on my list but i still did it
[x] commodore plus/4
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2019.03.06 11:15am :: edit 2019.03.07 5:17am zygrunt liēkd this
@zygrunt only if you make a track of which the VGM generated is less than 128kb (it can be compressed with vgm_cmp but not into .vgz) you can use S98player (submit the generated .D88 file), other than that, there's no way to play bamboo tracker things on PC-x801 hardware for now, so not legal
I can attempt to make music for the following formats...
- 32k module (the only s3xmodit format this go round)
- Roland MT-32 (using Harmony Assistant + Munt)
- NTRQ (using nestopia as my emulator)
These are question marks...
- NEC PC-x801 FM (DOSBox would be able to get this working in theory, but I don't know how well this will work...)
- Commodore Plus/4 (This is going to depend on how well I can get Vice working in this scenario. I have 2.4...)
I either attempted and failed to compile or have a version incompatibility with the following formats...
- VCVRack (have not attempted to compile yet, but the official binary is a version incompatibility)
- snibbetracker (no source available)
What does a doom map have to do with music? :D Are you supposed to make a Mario maker type level where you sequence music by crushing enemies or something? Or do you just make a normal map and just make an original midi for it?