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Here my 1st game ever.

 

A try to remake of the arcade classical 2D game Asteroids® by Atari (1979). :D

 

More information about Asteroids® here or here!

 

Play online here :idea:

 

 

Please don't link to file below directly from other websites!

 

Downloads (2263 previously):  AUTOITEROIDS v1.019 Build 2016-01-14.7z (use e.g. 7-Zip to extract archive)

 

Only compiled version incl. needed files here: <4shared.com> or <MediaFire.com>

 

 

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LEGAL NOTICE:

 

This game is an unoffical clone of the original Asteroids®

game and is not endorsed by the registered trademark

and copyright owners Atari Interactive, Inc.

 

 

 

Short description:

 

AUTOITEROIDS is a remake of the video arcade game released in 1979 by Atari, Inc.

It was one of the most popular and influential games of the Golden Age of Arcade Games.

The player controls a spaceship in an asteroid field which is periodically traversed by flying saucers.

The object of the game is to shoot and destroy asteroids and saucers while not colliding with either,

or being hit by the saucers' counter-fire.

 

 

Keys:

 

ctrl - shoot,

up - thrust,

left - turn left,

right - turn right,

space - hyper jump

 

 

Game details:

 

game is starting with 3 asteroids

every 10.000 points increase of level (among other things amount of asteroids + 1)

every 30.000 points extra live

biggest asteroid = 20 points

medium asteroid = 50 points

smallest asteroid = 100 points

big alien spaceship = 200 points

small alien spaceship = 1000 point

 

 

Credits:

 

Main code: UEZ

Bass UDF: BrettF

Bass DLL: www.un4seen.com

GDI+ font loader code: Yashied

Menu item code: rasim

Sound + sound code modifications: Spiff59

Font: ck! [Freaky Fonts]

GetKeyboardState code: eukalyptus

Atari for the original game concept

AutoIt forum for all the help and the source of knowledge :P

 

Have fun :party:

UEZ

:D

 

 

Change log:

2009-05-16 release of the game AUTOITEROIDS

2009-05-17 thanks to Spiff59 for modification of the sound part -> now the sound is much smoother

2009-05-18 adjusted collision parameters -> now much better collision detection

2009-05-24 added highscore feature and fixed several bugs (RC1)

2009-05-31 pre final version released (only credit intro left)

2009-06-09 some bugs fixed and made some game setting modifications -> game play now smoother; also collision detection adjusted again; credit intro still in building phase :-(

2009-06-11 fixed some wrong game settings and change highscore file format -> now encrypted to avoid highscore manipulation ;-). Old score will be overwritten!

2009-06-13 display of level in GUI title menu was not working properly -> fixed

2009-06-14 released final version but without a credit part (will come later, if I find more time)

2009-06-16 minor: forgot to calculate font size when you change the window resolution (720x480 is optimized for collision detection - other window resolutions may not working properly for collision detection)

2009-06-17 minor: still overlooked font size parameteres and alien spaceship shoot parameters when windows sizes <> 720x480

2009-06-18 minor: some game settings added (will wait a few seconds after all asteroids have been destroyed) and added shadow at Asteroids label in About window

2009-07-01 minor: last update of the game code -> explosion of human spaceship fixed (copy/paste bug), change routine for copy bmp to GUI and added fps display counter

2009-12-21 minor: fixed some small bugs, replaced IsPressed() with WinAPI_GetKeyboardState function (thanks Eukalyptus), added latest Bass.dll, made game play specific modifications and changed code to be compatible with AutoIt v3.3.2.0!

2009-12-29 minor: forgot to undo silly modifications and added faster GDI+ backbuffer technique (thanks to AndyG for the idea)!

2011-04-12 minor: made small modifications, tried some optimizations (it is very hard to remember what I did in the code after a very long time of absence) :)

2011-04-29 minor: GUIRegisterMsg($WM_ERASEBKGND, "WM_ERASEBKGND") caused About window to look awful and added check for aero to place game graphic window to GUI more precise using _WinAPI_BitBlt()

2011-05-13 minor: cleaned up WinAPI display settings and forgot to undo About window settings.

2011-05-31 minor: speeded up game play by adding bitmaps instead of using one _WinAPI_CreateCompatibleBitmap(). I don't know why this is faster :P

2011-06-09 minor: changed FPS code because old code displayed too high FPS values

2012-07-30 minor: changed drawline function from integer to float to avoid wobbling of asteroids and spaceship

2016-01-14 minor: fixed code to run on AutoIt v3.3.14.2 when no highscore exists and changed GDI+ variable

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REALLY GOOD UEZ!!!

It's just like the real game... movement, sounds, feel-of-control, visuals.

I can even fly through the screen. I used to line up 2 rows of space ships on the pay-to-play game.

I do miss the ability to shoot 4 times in a row though. I used to lay-out a blanket of bullets for the ships.

Can this be added?

Thanks

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REALLY GOOD UEZ!!!

It's just like the real game.

I can even fly through the screen. I used to line up 2 rows of space ships on the pay-to-play game.

I do miss the ability to shoot 4 times in a row though. Can this be added?

Thanks

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Thanks Valuater.

Yes, you are right - the code is not working properly ($amount_of_shoots_max = 4 is already set) :)

I put it also to my to do list :party:

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Well Done UEZ!!, very nice game, I like the realistic movements

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Well Done UEZ!!, very nice game, I like the realistic movements

Thanks, the human ship movement was a lot easier than the other parts.

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Amazing! 100% Amazing

Thank you so much lots of great work very much to be learned from the source. An amazing demonstration!


AutoIt changed my life.

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UEZ, good job!

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Thanks.

Amazing! 100% Amazing

Thank you so much lots of great work very much to be learned from the source. An amazing demonstration!

Thanks for the feedback - currently I lost the overview over my code :)

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you should remove bullet limit to make it more authentic


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UEZ

you should remove bullet limit to make it more authentic

I wanted to make it 1:1 as much as possible - keep it simple with all its limitations!

I forgot to implement the explosion of the human space which is not an explosion of 10 pixel but breaks in several parts!

I will implement it in the next release.

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Spiff59

This is absolutely fantastic!

Kudos, UEZ.

I wonder if this would speed collision detection?

;check space ship for border collision
                $z = $border_limes * $object_scale
                If $x < -$z Then $x = $width + $z
                If $x > $width + $z Then $x = -$z
                If $y < -$z Then $y = $height + $z
                If $y > $height + $z Then $y = -$z

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This is absolutely fantastic!

Kudos, UEZ.

I wonder if this would speed collision detection?

;check space ship for border collision
                    $z = $border_limes * $object_scale
                    If $x < -$z Then $x = $width + $z
                    If $x > $width + $z Then $x = -$z
                    If $y < -$z Then $y = $height + $z
                    If $y > $height + $z Then $y = -$z
Thanks for feedback.

Btw, the check of the border is not the real problem but your are right :)

UEZ

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Thanks for feedback.

Btw, the check of the border is not the real problem but your are right :)

UEZ

Yes, I noticed that's not the "collision" that I'd like to see happening more often :party:

That area just jumped out at me. I'm good at cleanup, but all this GDI+stuff is greek to me.

How long ago did you start this?

I just have to say, again, I'm flabberghasted. Extremely impressed.

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Yes, I noticed that's not the "collision" that I'd like to see happening more often :)

That area just jumped out at me. I'm good at cleanup, but all this GDI+stuff is greek to me.

How long ago did you start this?

I just have to say, again, I'm flabberghasted. Extremely impressed.

I started it approx. 2 weeks ago but I had this in mind a long time ago (just dreamt of it).

Btw, how can I set up the music speed using bass.udf (_BASS_ChannelSetAttribute?)? Because the sound of the alien starship is too slow...

Thanks,

UEZ

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UEZ this is just totally awesome. Kudos to you my friend. Here comes 5* :)

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UEZ this is just totally awesome. Kudos to you my friend. Here comes 5* :party:

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Posted my 5 stars too! :)

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Way Cool UEZ! Jumpy for me but looks just like the orig....

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The smaller files attached below seem to behave better...

Edit: I also tinkered with the definitions for the alien ship sounds to make them looping, then moved the Play() to the random statement that brings the ship out, so it's only called once. Then I put a ChannelStop in your alien_ship_reset routine. So it only starts the sound once when the ship appears and lets it loop until the ship is gone. Seems to sound real smooth with no pauses. I was playing with the control logic for the thump/thump game sounds too, so better make sure I didn;t screw it up. Anyway, it was easier to attach the changes in the whole file than paste them into this post. (Hope you don't mind me playing with your baby, I think it's pretty cool , and I guess I'm bored).

Edit: Deleted attachments to free up some disk space.

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The smaller files attached below seem to behave better...

Edit: I also tinkered with the definitions for the alien ship sounds to make them looping, then moved the Play() to the random statement that brings the ship out, so it's only called once. Then I put a ChannelStop in your alien_ship_reset routine. So it only starts the sound once when the ship appears and lets it loop until the ship is gone. Seems to sound real smooth with no pauses. I was playing with the control logic for the thump/thump game sounds too, so better make sure I didn;t screw it up. Anyway, it was easier to attach the changes in the whole file than paste them into this post. (Hope you don't mind me playing with your baby, I think it's pretty cool , and I guess I'm bored).

Thanks Spiff59, the sound is really much smoother. I updated it (1st post)!

UEZ

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