[Thanks to @twofoursixeight for making this wiki I requested after I found out that TL1 users can only edit a post for one day. Maybe, I will be able to create my own wiki and replace this one someday.]
So, I’ve decided randomly at like, 10 o’clock at night to create a Minecraft-esque survivial game called Gimcraft. This is the place where I will post about my progress. I will try to work on it as much as I can. Wish me good luck!
This progress bar is based on how far I feel I am on this project.
Did nothing but make the post today.
- A sectional, village building game (more tycoon-esque)
- An open world survival game
Made a starting area:
- Random prop generation
- Item harvesting
Alright, did a lot today. First, I added collection of wood, logs, and blueberries. I also added a small early stage crafting system and a simple game start popup.
I also tried to make a day/night cycle but failed. If anyone has any idea on how to do this, please notify me, it would be a great help and I might feature you in the credits.
IT’S MY B-DAY
I made a better Day/Night cycle system that is easily expandable to other areas:
- Try to implement hunger and sanity
- Work on more items/crafting
Sorry, but I got distracted with different projects, I was only able to add the crafting of toys.
Did nothing today, BECAUSE IT’S CHRISTMAS EVE
It’s CHRISTMAS, gosh darnit. I promise I’ll do something tomorrow.
ok… I admit it. I’ve been slacking. HOWEVER I did do something. I made it so that you have to wait 3 seconds between chopping trees. Sadly, that’s it.
Okay, guess what! I DID SOMETHING! I completely revamped the Dark Forest and also added a cooldown and vfx to item gathering:
Days 11 and 12
I went on a trip with family and couldn’t work on the map.
Did a LOT to make up for my recent laziness.
- Added a new area: The Lake
- Added Fishing
- Added Hunger
HAPPY NEW YEARS! IT’S 2024 ALREADY! FEELING OLD?
Day 15 (SPECIAL DAY)I added sanity and dangerous hallucinations.
Happiness...I THINK I'M FINISHED! Now, all I have to do is work up the courage to spend 1000 gimbucks on it...
I am SO happy I finished this project. I probably wouldn’t have finished if I hadn’t made my first post about it. Everyone has been so kind and welcoming to me. It has also felt so rewarding to deliver to the community through guides/posts. I think that’s what really spurred me on here.