Developing Perontor 11: First attempt at Forests


Numerous changes and improvements. Some visible, some not.

  • Shrines are now placed at the “pentagonal poles.” These might stay as shrines of various types, or  I might swap them for something else.
  • First attempt at placing trees
  • Fixed the Tile.Azimuth function so the automatic camera centring works.
  • Tiles now know about their neighbouring tiles
  • Tiles are now highlighted when you click on them
  • Continuing to optimise the code.

Developing Perontor 11: March of the Red

Pin cushion planet

Ok, that really wasn’t meant to happen! On the plus side:

  • the sea level works properly
  • units are  sized properly
  • shrines are now created at each of the pentagonal “poles”

Developing Perontor 8 – Taller then Isenguard

I'm not trying to compensate for anything, so don't even suggest it.

A huge list of improvements. I won’t list them all. But here are some notable things that we’ve done:

  • Chits now spawn in correct place (thanks HumOfEvil)
  • Version 2.0 of our camera script (thanks The Harlander).
  • The Necromancer now has his tower.
  • Units can be built and move.
  • More terrain types.

Developing Perontor 7 – Flat Seas

Flat seas!

Ok, I’ve made some pretty good progress over the last few days, including a couple of things which I stuggled with more than I expected. Firstly, the sea is now flat, and I think I can call v1 of my planetgen script done (otherwise, I’ll play with it for ages and avoid some other irksome tasks). I’m still toying with the idea of using hex tiles. Can’t quite decide it will be worth the headache.

Also, the camera now centres on your currently active city. And it should work with character chits too. but I haven’t tested that yet. Sadly, this progress is slightly undone by the fact that my new chit models are spawning in outerspace, so I guess that’s next on my todo list.

Oh, and the UI background panels now change colour to match the currently active faction, which I think is a useful touch. I can worry about making it more visually attractive at a later d