TiWarriors Asteroids Game / News: Recent posts

TiWarriors is not dead!!

Hi everyone!

Due to this semester's high number of disciplines that I had at the University, TiWarriors became low priority. But now, I am working on it again and applying a lot of things that I learned!!

The majority of reformulations were just code redesign, prior to game new features. But with this new improved code, new game features and changes will become more easy to do.

That's it for now!
Tiago.

Posted by Tiago Motta Jorge 2004-07-14

TiWarriors 0.4 released!

TiWarriors is an Asteroids game implementation with some enhancements, like energy control and multiplayer mode. In this release we added the antialiasing option with some other options also. Enjoy it! Enjoy us!

Posted by Tiago Motta Jorge 2004-02-17

TiWarriors 0.3 released!!

TiWarriors is an Asteroids game implementation with little modifications, like energy control over the ship. In this release we added the famous "bonus-balls" and changed the way that the mini-meteor hits the ship. Enjoy it! And come develop with us!

Posted by Tiago Motta Jorge 2004-02-13

TiWarriors JAR file released!

For those who don't wan't to compile source code, here is the binary for the game! Just double click on it to play!!

Posted by Tiago Motta Jorge 2004-02-02

0.2 released!!

TiWarriors is evolving!! Because of some game speed discrepancies over different machines, now you can see the game fps rate by simply hiting the "F" key! With this, I hope I can solve the speed variance problem with the help of testers around the world.

Posted by Tiago Motta Jorge 2004-01-26

First public release of TiWarriors!!

The first release of TiWarriors is up and running!! It's an arcade game style based on the famous Asteroids games, but with these new features:

- Energy control of the ship
- MULTIPLAYER mode

Try it! It's for free! =)
(if u enjoy, help to develop too!)

Posted by Tiago Motta Jorge 2004-01-21

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