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Quote from: VypersnakeX;160838
The first test mission in Sector Y, it continues to crash on me. The Corneria mission seems to work just fine, but the Sector Y one does not. Any ideas why?

Also it would be cool to know how to put in my own music since (No offense to any of the creators of course) I don't really care for the music put into the game. Of course it was a very incomplete game so yeah, and I probably should just learn to mod freespace so I can make my own missions and such, but still.

Also WTF is up with Great Fox? Whenever I even attempt to put it into a mission, it glitches to all hell.

Strange, for me the Corneria Mission always crashes but Sector Y works fine. The Great Fox has problems for me as well, I think something is wrong with its collision because of the wings.

As for music I recommend using a program called Audacity to convert mp3's into oggs that FSO can read.

Also might be interested in this:

Shadows of Lylat / What's up, what's down and what's stationary
« on: June 26, 2012, 08:36:18 PM »
Quote from: mandobardanjusik;148302
I tried that 2 years ago trying to get some help for my starfox rts, never heard back myself, and some of this stuff is a tad bit too much for a rts, and wont look nearly as good

I think some of their designs might fit into my RTS:

Though I really don't know the extent of what they've done other then the few ships that appeared in the SoL trailers.

Shadows of Lylat / What's up, what's down and what's stationary
« on: June 26, 2012, 06:01:04 PM »
It is quite a disappointment, this is probably the oldest mod and the one I've followed the longest. :sigh:

If those that started the mod don't mind, it would be awesome if you released the models and perhaps a plot synopsis and features you were going to include in SoL. Perhaps I can survive some or most of the mod in my Starfox RTS?

Shadows of Lylat / Is anyone on this forum alive?
« on: April 17, 2012, 01:05:41 AM »
I guess I'm still alive though I rarely come here. I've been mainly working on Hyrule: Total War and this:

Shadows of Lylat / Starfox RTS
« on: August 17, 2011, 08:47:25 PM »
The first demo has been up here:

Shadows of Lylat / Starfox RTS
« on: August 06, 2011, 12:59:20 AM »
More Anglars taking on a Venom Carrier:

Shadows of Lylat / Starfox RTS
« on: August 05, 2011, 01:37:54 AM »
Quote from: Fox's_Feather;137980
What's the simple way around it ? Too late, I already got it, but it'b be better to explain for others. Not bought though.

Oh and I just can't find the Mod folder in fleet op folder. I did the recommended installation though.
And when I launch fleet op, there is no Mod Options anyway.

If there's no mods folder (I presume you are using windows Vista or 7?) just make a new folder called "mods" in the data folder and paste all the Starfox stuff in there. When you start up Fleet Ops just go to options > mod options > Starfox RTS and tah dah it should work.

Some Anglar previews now:

Shadows of Lylat / Starfox RTS
« on: August 04, 2011, 08:32:28 PM »
Fleet Operations technically does not need Star Trek Armada II to play, and while it asks for a CD there's a simple way around it. They've actually just cleared all legal issues with the engine and it's going open source very soon. You can get Fleet Ops here:

I'd not recommend buying A2.... it's quite expensive. :nervous:

Shadows of Lylat / Starfox RTS
« on: August 04, 2011, 03:07:53 AM »
Demo is now available on ModDB:

Shadows of Lylat / Starfox RTS
« on: July 30, 2011, 09:51:19 PM »
Technically it is possible to combine two different game engine types, though it's usually a very difficult process. For instance it would be a nightmare to combine the Armada Engine (which is largely Lua) and the Unreal Engine (Unreal script), but it is possible. In most cases when a game demands for two different gameplay types though it's all usually included in the main engine rather then combining two different ones. Coincidentally, the Armada engine is actually an updated version of the engine used by the game Battlezone (1998), which just so happened to be a FPS - RTS hybrid.

Shadows of Lylat / Starfox RTS
« on: July 30, 2011, 02:52:18 AM »
Indeed, the FO team has been adding in components from other engines as well as writing their own software to add to the aged Armada engine. In terms of sound they recently added in FMOD Ex, which is the sound engine that Starcraft II, Bioshock, and Crysis use (to name a few). As far as I know there's no industry standard word for the sum total of engine components.

Shadows of Lylat / Starfox RTS
« on: July 30, 2011, 01:51:13 AM »
Quote from: Fox's_Feather;137885
Monarchy One really got better since Project Kursed too. I mean it was nice back then, but now it really sounds professional.

Also, talking about music, I'm just wondering, will they just play one by one, or is there some kind of system that triggers them depending on the situation ?
That's quite recent in strategy games, RTS among them. Don't know if you ever played Red Alert 3, IMO it was not as good as the two first for the gameplay, but I really liked that system triggering music depending on the threat level.

I mean when you started the game there was a calm music, yet tenseful that helped to build up a nervous ambiant at the wake of a battle, then at the first units skirmishing there were a more rocking music, and if there was a huge battle, a really dynamic music that pulled you in the heat of the fightings, plus it was depending on wether you were losing or winning.

So if ever it happens to be possible, it would be really cool. :)

Right now it's set up to play tracks one by one, but I do want to eventually have situational music like in Red Alert 3 and Medieval 2. The Fleet Ops devs have mentioned implementing that ability into the engine. To my knowledge it actually currently is possible since they redid the engine's sound engine...  just not sure how to do it as of now. :o

Shadows of Lylat / Starfox RTS
« on: July 28, 2011, 09:31:45 PM »
Quote from: Fox's_Feather;137866

And that's how you get people interested. :nod:

Quote from: Fox's_Feather;137866
Anyway, its looking waaay good. Though, Cornerian ships all look the same, it looks disturbing.

Military uniformity man, I love it. :nervous:

Quote from: Fox's_Feather;137866
And the little venomian ships were Harlocks right? I think you should make them a bit bigger, they looked ridiculous compared to cornerian ships.

Yeah those were Harlocks, I can make them bigger no problem. :naughty:

Here's some music to listen to while I wrap up debugging a demo:

Shadows of Lylat / Starfox RTS
« on: July 27, 2011, 03:03:29 AM »

Shadows of Lylat / Starfox RTS
« on: July 21, 2011, 08:55:37 AM »
@Scourge of Ages
Pretty close guess. biggrin

Needs some more awesome Pyramid to be Goa'uld. In terms of function though it probably would be something the Goa'uld would like their tentacles on. :nod:

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