MyNecraft : Minecraft-like (C++ & OpenGL)
MyNecraft is a Minecraft-like game. It’s a school project made to introduce physics, procedural generation and OpenGL. We had a base project and had to improve it.
On this project I worked on :
– Procedural generation of the map : Diamond-Square generation (in the last version of the project, it’s a Perlin noise based generation)
– Physics : Jump, move etc…
– Shaders : Outline, Shadows (with shadowmap), Gerstner waves, Water reflection, Round World, Texture application.
Sources : https://github.com/Suliac/MyNecraft
Dungeon Generator : Procedural generation (Unity)
Detail of a generated dungeon.
This project is a school project. The purpose is to generate a dungeon procedurally with like-shaped rooms : we need a start room, enemies rooms, a boss’s room, an ending room and the rooms of keys/bonus (Like in the Binding of Isaac).
The generated donjon is cut in several levels which require a key to reach it (recoverable in a room of key).
Inspired by the work of Calvin Ashmore (https://smartech.gatech.edu/bitstream/handle/18 53/16823/ashmore-thesis.pdf), we keep track of the intensity of our rooms to place key’s room where the tension is the higher.
We also generate procedurally the content of rooms by using a generative grammar to control a little bit the creation.
These rooms are cut in grid of 5×5 cells which can have the type : Empty, enemy, bonus or obstacle.
Finally all cells in front of doors are empty, so the player is not blocked when he/she enter in a new room. We also want that there is always a path to reach the next rooms.
The two big parts of my work are the generation of donjon and the contents of rooms.
detail of a generated room
Pattern Generator created in Unity
Sources : https://github.com/Suliac/DungeonGeneration