> The firestone material made it at some points easier/faster to break through to another corridor.
That should be no problem.
> + Is it intended that the rubies have a flashing effect but not when contained (I'd like to change that if you are ok with it)?
Normally, rubies should only flash when they're not contained. For this particular scenario, the flash also makes sense when someone is carrying it, but for most other scenarios it would be annoying I think.
>+ A spraycan model instead of the placeholder circle would be nice. Matthi, Nachtfalter, anyone?
I just pushed a model (as blender file) and texture to the oc-resources repository. The size might be a little bit off, I suggest you adjust this to your needs.
> "Pyrit: Matthi: Ogre exporter 0.5.8 works with blender 2.69"
The current version of that exporter should be this one: https://bitbucket.org/MindCalamity/blender2ogre/overview
I think Maze (The Heart of the Mountain) would be a great 2-team-race. Then, the spray can would make more sense for communication between the team. Also, there is a cooperative aspect then inside one team. And the 2nd part of the game, the ruby-carrying is like ctf in a team-melee. How can I change it to enable (optional) teams?
I noticed that the game goal seems to be fulfilled when all players are eliminated. There was a fanfare after elimination.
Also, shouldn't Acid Gold Mine go into the Missions folder? After all, ACid Gold Mine is not very "open worldish" or easy.
I've postponed work on that for now because I wanted to build the new storyline/dialogue system on top of Zapper's new menu system. But I guess it would be possible to write it on the old system and then let Zapper do the porting work when the new menus are finished :P
Missions are cooperative settlement rounds with very specific goals. The players work together to overcome certain challenging tasks and find ingenious solutions or engineer technical constructions to aid them.
Often, these rounds also use custom rules and have a small intro story.
This scenario folder contains cooperative settlement rounds with random and versatile landscapes. The players work together to fulfill standard goals like mining or expanding territory.
After all goals have been completed, the players can continue the round and build whatever they like.
Based on this definition, should any scenarios be moved from a to b or b to a?
Not essential for release but still posting here since I found them during RC tests.
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