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Default Sky Diving - 09-18-2010, 12:03 PM

I made this quick Sky diving simulator. There is no end. You just keep falling. Feel free to use this for your games, just give credit. The end is up to you. Left to go left. Right to go right. Up to go forward. So....enjoy
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Default 09-18-2010, 07:03 PM

Nice simulator! This would be useful for many games. Oh yes, and nothing happened when I pushed "down", but when I pushed "up" I went forward. Everything else worked fine. I am quite busy, so I can't use this right at this moment, but it is a good basic element for a simple game that I might make in the future. (You gave me some great ideas.) I am definitely bookmarking this thread. Great job!


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Default 09-19-2010, 06:54 PM

oops, sorry, it is up to go forward. Thanks, you can use it


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