Tutorial: How to make a Dreamcast game using the Titan IDE.

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Tutorial: How to make a Dreamcast game using the Titan IDE.

Post#1 » Wed May 10, 2017 9:24 am

Hello my friends, my name is Luiz I have always been a fan of Dreamcast-Talk. I've been reading the posts here for years but I wasn't brave enough to post because I didn't know how to speak english :lol:

But now after some years studying and almost one year writing for Sega Nerds I think I'm ready to come out of the shadows LoL.


Edit 0.6 released:

When I released the first version of Titan IDE on April 22, 2017, I cound’t have thought I’d get this far. The tool that was born to make easier the development of my projects was open to the public and today it gets to the version 0.6.

The 0.6 version has a new interface and a much smaller installer (700 MB). In addition all the features of previous versions have been maintained and improved. 5 templates being 2 platform, 2 ShumUps and 1 RPG comes together with the graphical interface to facilitate the development of games for Dreamcast and PC.

Download for the version 0.6

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1qslE0SmpH_WBJh5Yxm69CIgbTIOzwt_w

Tutorial to learn how to use the tool

https://titangamestudios.com/2017/04/22/tutorial-como-fazer-um-game-para-dreamcast-usando-a-titan-ide/

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The development of the tool will continue but now at a slower pace. I will use all my energy to focus on developing my game Survival Code for the Sega Saturn, Dreamcast and Mobile.



A DVD version of the Titan IDE will be available on our website soon, always with the most current version. Thanks for the support during all this time and continue sending positive energies so that the game has the same success of the engine

Any questions or bug, please feel free to ask me here or send me a private message.

https://titangamestudios.com/2019/01/09 ... is-online/
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Re: Tutorial: How to make a Dreamcast game using the Titan IDE.

Post#2 » Sat May 13, 2017 9:36 am

Very cool project man!

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Re: Tutorial: How to make a Dreamcast game using the Titan IDE.

Post#3 » Sat May 13, 2017 10:44 am

Very nice man! I will check it tonight :) i hope to make a small game for our lovely console :D

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Post#4 » Mon May 15, 2017 1:59 pm

Thanks a lot, I'm almost getting it exporting for PC as well. I hope to have some news on this week.
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Post#5 » Tue May 16, 2017 12:50 am

I saw this on reddit a couple days ago! I really wish i was able to access this, it looks awesome :) thank you
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Re: Tutorial: How to make a Dreamcast game using the Titan IDE.

Post#6 » Tue May 16, 2017 9:21 am

Thank you, it's exporting for PC now. I'll update this version next week.
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Re: Tutorial: How to make a Dreamcast game using the Titan IDE.

Post#7 » Mon May 22, 2017 12:44 am

If you plan to make a game for the Dreamcast and also want a version of the same game for PC we have good news.

The Titan IDE now comes with a template for PC Windows.

Practically using the same code with 5% of changes it’s possible to make the same game run on the Dreamcast and Windows.

For this you will need to update the compiler, and take a look at our tutorial which has been updated with the instructions on how to export to PC.

https://titangamestudios.com/2017/05/22 ... c-windows/
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Post#8 » Mon Jun 12, 2017 8:47 pm

I'm very pleased that this project exists, this'll help a lot of gaming fans develop their own games for the Dreamcast and PC. Can't wait to see what else you have in store for Titan IDE as well! Keep up the good work. :)

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Post#9 » Tue Jun 13, 2017 3:48 pm

I'm currently busy with my own indie project, but once I find a bit of free time, I will glady give it a spin! So far it looks great, keep up the great work!

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Post#10 » Wed Jun 14, 2017 10:20 am

Thanks a lot, this is what I'm working right now and I want to publish next month:

- Option to change the drive where it is installed

- Change the sprites size using the interface (Editable)

- Editable Tile Size

- Scrolling for the background

- Change transparency color to magenta

- Export images directly to BMP

- Return to the Dreamcast menu when you open a CD door.

- improve the enemy's Intelligence to follow the character.

I also will improve the graphics of that template, so people will get more interested!
Homebrews + Tutorials + Interviews (Dreamcast/Sega Saturn): https://titangamestudios.com/

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