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Asset - Scripts Random Generated Glass Cracks

Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by despair3042, Jan 27, 2019.

  1. despair3042

    despair3042 Member

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    This asset is a simple set of scripts, that can quickly add glass crack effect to any surfaces/sprites.

    Every crack is procedurally generated and can be easily tweaked to your liking - including its size, complexity, highlighting, 3d-ish debris behavior, etc.

    https://marketplace.yoyogames.com/assets/7867/glass-cracks
     
  2. Misty

    Misty Member

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    This I like. Does it use shaders?
     
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  3. Pixelated_Pope

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    I've been thinking of building something like this recently! This looks awesome and really well done! Definitely going to be picking it up! Well done!
     
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  4. Pixelated_Pope

    Pixelated_Pope Member

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    So, trying to get the example project up and running... It'd be really nice if I could just import the entire project and press play. The included room is empty and I'm not sure what I need to do to get it up and running.

    [Edit] Okay, issue is that you didn't name your room, so it won't import automatically as my empty project already has a room0. Give it a name and that should fix the issues for others.
     
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  5. despair3042

    despair3042 Member

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    Sorry for the delay, i didn't check this forum very often..
    And thank you for your review!! it means a lot to me :)
    I've fixed the asset name issue now.
     
  6. despair3042

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    Thank you for your reply :)
    And nope, it does not contain any shaders, it mainly uses surface functions.
     

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