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TOPIC: Car crashes in game

Re: Car crashes in game 25 Aug 2013 05:45 #14254

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The damage thingy in CCD is just simply a texture. I've looked into the files and discovered that the damaged car is actually just a change in texture.
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Re: Car crashes in game 25 Aug 2013 06:10 #14256

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But thing is, I wish if you had an high speed impact, the car would actually change shape, bend and buckle, not just get a smashed window and a few dents. But of course, that'd be too demanding, and you hardly notice it if you don't get in accidents that much XD However, I'd like the signs to be a bit more destructible, because in reality, signs and traffic lights do not cause your car to fly a few miles through the air after crashing into them. They bend. :lol:
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Re: Car crashes in game 25 Aug 2013 22:06 #14285

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Yeah, even a simple damage system would be good, many other games manage it fine.
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Re: Car crashes in game 25 Aug 2013 22:37 #14287

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But I guess the purpose of the game would be skewed if you changed the physics so they were more realistic, cause the game would turn into a game that people like to crash a lot XD
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Re: Car crashes in game 26 Aug 2013 00:10 #14291

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Yeah, give it the physics of Driver: San Francisco :woohoo:
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Re: Car crashes in game 26 Aug 2013 19:46 #14321

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Or RoR
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Re: Car crashes in game 26 Aug 2013 23:42 #14325

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The problem with RoR is that the game would be too laggy with more than one car. Even with the world's best computer, after a certain number of cars the framrate would be stupidly low. A simple damage system like Driver:San Francisco would be the best as it is fairly easy to do.
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Re: Car crashes in game 27 Aug 2013 04:10 #14341

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It would be nice if after a few crashes, or after a really bad crash, you would not be able to restart the engine because you damaged it too much :)
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Re: Car crashes in game 29 Aug 2013 16:52 #14401

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Nice, Aaron :) .
Also, it would be nice if there will be a separate model for some traffic cars so some of them will spawn damaged.
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Re: Car crashes in game 30 Aug 2013 01:36 #14420

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That would be a good idea :)
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