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Sunday, 15 March 2015

LoveTD Weekly Blog #1 - First Encounter


Hello everyone, I'm developing a new game engine (for some games that will come), a Tower Defense engine, called LoveTD (using Love2D framework, that's why the name have 'Love' in it :P ). This engine will give power to some awesome tower defense games that we will make, you'll be able to contribuite to LoveTD (as soon I get a stable client). It will support single player and multiplayer (also, will be on Android tablets/phones and Windows/Mac/Linux!)

I will post weekly (on Saturday or Sunday) about LoveTD's progress, things like new changes, new updates, new games, etc.

This weekend, we have the first encounter, we've made the game playable (still using console commands, but you can kill enemies!!).

In this image you can see that we've added towers and enemies that will spawn and try destroy your base, currently, there's no base, but you can lose against them

Spawning towers is kinda tricky and you can spawn them anywhere (even in water), in next update, we will get them sorted out and get a wave system!

Also, better HUD system.

Do you want to track LoveTD's progress? Follow me on Google+ at https://google.com/+slamaster

I live stream when I work on LoveTD, you can live watch the progress here on http://twitch.tv/slamaster

Don't forget to watch my vlogs! They will be posted on my YouTube channel here http://youtube.com/user/slaromaster (subscribing will help you track them easier)

Let the RUSH BEGIN !

Have fun! Next week we will have even more fun!

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