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3d Rubics Cube System

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Dec 7, 2007 | 9:57 AM EST

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Alright, now this thing is quite familiar to all of us.. ;]
A simple mechanism that represents a child of "3D SYSTEM"

IT IS 3D AND IT WORKS! TRY SETTING RADIUS TO 10, MAKES A PRETTY COOL EFFECT
*INSTRUCTIONS*

1) "SET" -> SETTINGS
2) "PLAY" -> WATCH ANIMATION (COMMAND LINE)
3) "APPLY" -> APPLY YOUR SETTINGS
4) COMMAND:
* How to make a single turn: (+/-)(Dimension 1..3)(Column 1..3) ex.: +12
* (+) move in the positive direction (-) move in the negative direction

1 - SIDE TURN
2 - TOP TURN
3 - FRONT TURN

*COMMAND LINE IS BASED ON TURNS, EVERY TURN IS SEPERATED BY A COMMA;
example: +12, +23, +33

TRY PLAYING WITH IT, USE YOUR OWN VARIATIONS OF COMMAND, EXPLORE THE SETTINGS, and stuff...

Thanks..

Reviews


aguydudeaguydude

Rated 2 / 5 stars

Interesting Demo, but boring

This would make a nice program if it was A) Presented as a tutorial, with explanatory code or B) Allowed users to actually play the game, or C) Both.



djstaz0nedjstaz0ne

Rated 3 / 5 stars

this is some nice programming

...but there are a few things that can and should be improved

1. there is no field of view, or vanishing point depth-wise.

2. it is not a real rubics cube: you can only set one color, and you can't solve it.

3. you can't rotate the whole cube.

other than that, it's good



Soulprovider17Soulprovider17

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

there is a bug

You might want to check it because when you go to play you just see a blank 2d box and when you try to change the settings it does not allow it. So you might want to rework it because it has a great potential to be a very addictive puzzle game.



DikkopStudiosDikkopStudios

Rated 5 / 5 stars

WHAT!

Dude I just got a rubik's cube and the other day I was thinking: Would there be a nice program online to solve it quickly and YES what do I find on NG?! Good job



DelerithDelerith

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Great

Another awesome 3D from you Peter Tarasov. However I noticed a small flaw in the last turn; between the cubicles in the last part forms a pattern. Making a rubik's cube game would be ideal for this system but I suppose it needs more working on for now. Great job on this flash!