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Friday, September 07, 2007

Just a little teaser of what's to come from Cryptic Sea.

A gameplay video from 2D Boy's World of Goo will be posted this coming Monday.


Blogger Lim-Dul said at 9/07/2007 08:17:00 PM:  
Weeell, OK - don't get me wrong - I love Gish but gameplay-wise this looks EXACTLY like the old title... I don't want another game that is exactly like the first one - Gish was wonderful because it (he) was original.
Anonymous Nikica said at 9/07/2007 10:27:00 PM:  
Yeah that was the first thing I tough about but I trust them, they won't make a same game !!!

Sorry for bad english.
Anonymous Endurion said at 9/08/2007 12:42:00 AM:  
I hope this time they make a version that is playable on lower end cards. Gish is still not playable on a FX 5500. It's a crap card but still...
Blogger Lim-Dul said at 9/08/2007 06:23:00 AM:  
Well, Endurion - dont'cha think that it's time to change your graphics card? If Gish 1 didn't run well (dynamic lighting I guess) then Gish 2 won't run well either and I don't see a reason why it should... The version numbers of graphics cards have meanwhile almost doubled and their performance quadrupled or sth. It's not even as if a new(er) card was expensive... All I know is that Gish ran perfectly smooth on my GF6800GT I had at that time.
Anonymous pi said at 9/08/2007 06:42:00 AM:  
Isn't the processor mostly to blame if the game runs slowly? I'm not very familiar with video cards and their programming, but I would assume that hefty calculations like physics and dynamic lighting are done by the CPU rather than the GPU. (But please, correct me if I'm wrong)
Blogger Lim-Dul said at 9/08/2007 07:33:00 AM:  
Yeah, well - Endurion only said something about his GPU so I assume he met the processor specs. =)

Besides - Gish is 2D but it does have dynamic lighting which could slow down the game if you had a slow GPU... Hmm... A really, really slow GPU - slower than GF5500 for sure...

So yeah, I guess it's not the GPU after all. ^^
Anonymous Endurion said at 9/09/2007 03:03:00 AM:  
A AMD Sempron with 2800 MHZ (effectively 2 GHz) ought to be enough i think :) At least more than the constant 1 fps i get.

It's definetively something they do with OpenGL, i had that effect on ONE other game which was a Ludum Dare entry.
Something with the stencil buffer i reckon.

I'd really love to try this ;)
Blogger haowan said at 9/09/2007 06:50:00 AM:  
It's only two weeks of development so I assume they haven't touched the gameplay yet. It's just lighting tech at the moment.
Blogger Lim-Dul said at 9/09/2007 10:16:00 AM:  
Apparently they have since we can see a moving blob of tar (a.k.a. Gish ^^) in the movie. =)
Blogger haowan said at 9/09/2007 12:56:00 PM:  
What I mean is, it looks identical to the blob from the last game. So I assume they are just using the same code for now.
Blogger Jim Miles said at 9/09/2007 01:57:00 PM:  
Hey, why don't you properly embed videos? I just don't get it at all.