Create your own dragons with Create-A-Dragon

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    A 3-month collaboration between myself and Cryofaze of DeviantArt. You can make your own dragons, save them, export them, share them with your friends <img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_e_smile.gif" alt=":)" title="Smile">. Keeping the memory footprint to a minimum while using over 1500 different dragon parts and an approach based on stacked 600x600 pixel layers turned out to be the hardest technical challenge, which I addressed using an external preloader and fetching images from the server instead of building everything into the project.

    This is our second Construct 2 collaboration (http://www.dragonflame.us/dragon_blaster.php being the first). I think we'll try a real game next, though it may be a few months.

  • Wow very good Dragon generator!, one thing that image loading 50 images of 1500 scares me, can't create something to just show the %? and also an image showing something while loading?

    Very good music in dragon blaster by the way

  • Real cool! I hoped I could use it for Dungeon Mastering but the dragons I came up with were all a little bit too cute for it. Nice job, though.

  • Wow very good Dragon generator!, one thing that image loading 50 images of 1500 scares me, can't create something to just show the %? and also an image showing something while loading?

    Very good music in dragon blaster by the way

    Thanks

    I updated the background loader to use a progress bar and not show the total number of images. It also auto-hides after a few seconds after loading is complete. I hope this is less scary

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  • I HAD SOOOOOOOOO MUCH FREAKIN' FUN PLAYING THIS!!!! A little slow pace for me but over all great animation and effects, sounds and what I love the most was the fact that you couldn't move and shoot at the same time which makes you raise you skill level to stay alive.

    I want to learn the repeating screen effect because I want to use it in the future.

    Nice Work

  • I love this. Great work.

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