I'm currently slowly learning how to do logic. It's a very slow process, and I'm also trying to figure out scenery...next is enemies...my point is that, if there is any info you can point me to, please POINT ME TO IT! I want to get involved with this community, I want to make at least one good level in LBP...something that's more than a simple hour concerted work. What I'm trying to say is:
I'm here. Give me work, teach me, let me learn a bit.
That's all. Maybe I'll
I really need to try and make some friends on this site. Get some happy gadders to... gad around with?
I'm going to start on an level. Let me say that again: I'm going to start making an actual level, not more of the calculator stuff (for now). I like making levels. I had a three-part level series a long time ago, as I have had the game pretty much since it came out. But, unfortunately, the dreaded "failed to load level" error occurred one too many times and I scrapped all of them. Then I started work on the calculator, as it is all modular and very quickly put together out of the
I love my moon.
If you had told me two months ago that soon I would be in possession of my very own moon, and I would use it for building and sharing, I would probably have recommended that you seek professional help.
That is why I am writing this blog, because there is nowhere else that I can say this without risking the professional help advice myself. So I get on with my everyday life and I talk about the weather (very cold) and I do my work (kind of) and I complain about
Let's see where to start...
It seems that I've learned a plethora of new concepts about LBP since playing it about a year ago constantly with a friend and now with the learning curve with my very own copy.
To make things a little easier to ramble about I've decided to make a list about things that I've noticed since becoming a member of a couple of different LBP forums.
1. I had no idea how Logical this game could be. It's made to make you think mathematically,