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shadin_darkly
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Posted: 22 Nov 2007
21:02 GMT
Total Posts: 6
awsome i cant wait i dnt rly know much of the stuff u guys have been saying the main one i understand is ascii but other than that like string and stuff i have no clue so i may need like dumbed down explainations
shadin_darkly
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Posted: 25 Nov 2007
19:06 GMT
Total Posts: 6
have ne upsates or nething do u have like a site where u host all your "screenies"
shadin_darkly
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Posted: 25 Nov 2007
19:11 GMT
Total Posts: 6
u guys seem a little old to be playing pokemon but hell so am i i cant remember where i saw it but 98% of teens drop it by mddle school im 15 and i happy to be part of that 2% ni dnt know wut im ramblin on about im just bored and lonely
banjo2E
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Posted: 25 Nov 2007
22:10 GMT
Total Posts: 689
Hey, you see the little link under your avatar? That's bright blue? And says "edit"? Use that next time, OK?

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tifreak8x
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Posted: 26 Nov 2007
05:56 GMT
Total Posts: 419
Click here for screenshots

And yeah, good forum manners is to edit your post if it is within 24 hours of a previous. otherwise, double posting after 24 hours is usually acceptable.

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shadin_darkly
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Posted: 26 Nov 2007
18:35 GMT
Total Posts: 6
oh ok ic about those screen shot where can i find them nvm i c the link now
shadin_darkly
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Posted: 4 Dec 2007
19:36 GMT
Total Posts: 6
its been wel over 24 hours i need updats bout the game
tifreak8x
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Posted: 4 Dec 2007
19:58 GMT
Total Posts: 419
Been slowly working on interior maps of Viridian, not much else beyond that.

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TheStorm
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Posted: 11 Dec 2007
08:10 GMT
Total Posts: 15
cool it seems as if the maps are moving along quite nicely.

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shiek276
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Posted: 20 Dec 2007
18:00 GMT
Total Posts: 7
I've been watching this program unfold for what feels like two years and I have to say it has come along quite nicely.
banjo2E
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Posted: 21 Dec 2007
19:57 GMT
Total Posts: 689
Two years? Coo. Thought it was only one.

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tifreak8x
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Posted: 23 Dec 2007
20:31 GMT
Total Posts: 419
Pokemon has been in progress since Sept of 05. It has been around for a long, long time already. :P

As of now, working on random bits of code.. definitely not gonna make a great demo release available by Christmas, but I might release it in it's current state. Give ya'll something to play with.

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tifreak8x
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Posted: 10 Jan 2008
14:35 GMT
Total Posts: 419
Well it has been a while. I got fed up with the bug, so I simply removed the line by line display for the dialogue. Now things work well again ^^

I have been working on making a dynamic hp restorer. This way, I don't need to write LP1(2->LP1(1 etc etc over and over. The program works like it should, but celtic 2 is not doing what it should, for some reason. not sure what is up with it yet, but we are attempting to figure it out.

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1337h4kor
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Posted: 29 Feb 2008
23:59 GMT
Total Posts: 612
*bump* (I think)
Nice to see that you're still tryin. Well I'm finally repicking back up mine. good luck.

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tifreak8x
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Posted: 5 Mar 2008
20:50 GMT
Total Posts: 419
I am currently redoing the pokemon sprites, got roughly 60 to redo. Then on to random encounters.

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darksideprogramming
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Posted: 14 Mar 2008
09:30 GMT
Total Posts: 1005
Just hurry up and finish this already, tifreak... gawd. :P

<3
tifreak8x
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Posted: 27 Mar 2008
17:41 GMT
Total Posts: 419
lol, workin on it!!

Just picked it back up today, gonna see if I cannot get these sprites done in the next week or so. :)

Then I have to figure out where the hell I left off.. <.<

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darksideprogramming
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Posted: 28 Mar 2008
08:10 GMT
Total Posts: 1005
Also lrn2takenotes. :P
tifreak8x
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Posted: 29 Mar 2008
12:41 GMT
Total Posts: 419
Note taking?!? :o

That's.. brilliant!!!! It's crazy enough it just might work! :o

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tifreak8x
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Posted: 3 May 2008
04:43 GMT
Total Posts: 419
ZOMG! PROGRESS!!!!! :O

I managed to get all the sprites "fixed" inside the actual data, now I am optimizing/compressing the data, again. This should not take overly long, as long as "certain things" don't distract me. :P

Anywho, once this is done, the basic pokedex program should see an update, at the very least. :)

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tifreak8x
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Posted: 5 May 2008
20:43 GMT
Total Posts: 419
I am up to #60 in sprites being recompressed. Will hopefully have these completed by this weekend. Then time to drag out the ti-keyboard and type them all into the calc. Should be no big deal..

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Zachary940
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Posted: 6 May 2008
13:50 GMT
Total Posts: 713
Do I see an updated demo in the near future?

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tifreak8x
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Posted: 6 May 2008
20:47 GMT
Total Posts: 419
I am endeavoring to get something out before August. It just depends on how things mesh together. I am sure you know how it goes :P

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Zachary940
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Posted: 7 May 2008
12:24 GMT
Total Posts: 713
Yea, take your time. No hurry.
Keep up the great work and keep us updated.

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tifreak8x
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Posted: 8 May 2008
06:56 GMT
Total Posts: 419
85/151 sprites compressed onto paper. :)

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tifreak8x
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Posted: 8 May 2008
19:47 GMT
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134/151 sprites compressed onto paper. Almost done with that, and then onto putting them into the calc...

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tifreak8x
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Posted: 10 May 2008
03:57 GMT
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I finished the sprite compression!! ^_^

On a side note, I got the calc convertor working completely. The only adjustment that needs to be made is to remove the very last 'G' because it is not needed. (super simple though, 10 seconds to fix) The next step is to make it go through all 151 sprites by itself, and paste the code code to the appropriate programs. That should be the hardest part right there... Thinkin bout breakin out yet another 83+, copy these files to it, and testing it there... If nothing else, copy to the PC, and begin testing again... I think I will do that.

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tifreak8x
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Posted: 16 May 2008
16:23 GMT
Total Posts: 419
Well, I have it currently set up to write the code to the programs for me, though I have run into a slight problem. It refuses to go past the first sprite.. I hope to have this figured out sometime tonight. :)

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tifreak8x
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Posted: 17 May 2008
18:23 GMT
Total Posts: 419
Ok... since this is sort of off the wall, though still part of pokemon.. and is following the line of the sprite compressing.. :p

http://tifreakware.net/tifreak8x/pokemon/spritecompressor.zip

I decided to just have the calc do all the work for me, save me the trouble.. even after going through them all and placing them on paper, and leaving mistakes... :p

I believe that all bugs have been killed in this... Please check it out, see what you think, and see if you happen to stumble across any bugs. :D


File Name: Old / New
ZPM1: 4,363 / 3,015
ZPM2: 4,440 / 2,900
ZPM3: 4,325 / 3,059
ZPM4: 4,440 / 3,384
ZPM5: 4,135 / 2,692
ZPM6: 4,257 / 2,950

Totals: 25,960/18,000

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tifreak8x
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Posted: 25 May 2008
15:56 GMT
Total Posts: 419
Got the pokedex updated on the front page, yay. I managed to get a total of 8k shaved off the final size. I am NOT working on the pokemon sprites from this point on. I am done with them, and this is how they will appear in the game. :P

Anyways, I have just finished converting the list of TM/HM that pokemon can learn, and am now working on putting that in the calc. Should keep me busy for a couple days..

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tifreak8x
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Posted: 1 Jun 2008
13:20 GMT
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The lists was finished on Friday.. The calc now contains all the TM and HM learnables.

I spent some time working on the saving system. So far, it all seems to work. Only problem is, I am uncertain if it does until more of the game is in place, and more of it matters.

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tifreak8x
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Posted: 8 Jun 2008
20:20 GMT
Total Posts: 419

I have all the attack lists put to paper, will begin working on putting them into the calculator. That should not take long, as they are 5 element lists.. and there are only 165 of them...

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darksideprogramming
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Posted: 10 Jun 2008
11:21 GMT
Total Posts: 1005
Only, he says.
tifreak8x
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Posted: 11 Jun 2008
08:59 GMT
Total Posts: 419
It is not that many, honestly... :P

And when did you start watchin this topic again? When I reached 8 posts to myself? :P

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tifreak8x
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Posted: 11 Jul 2008
09:39 GMT
Total Posts: 419
I completed the lists of attacks, and got the attack type chart programmed into the calc as a matrix. And now, I am working on random encounters.

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haveacalc
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Posted: 11 Jul 2008
22:27 GMT
Total Posts: 1111
I believe this will assist you. :)

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tifreak8x
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Posted: 12 Jul 2008
05:22 GMT
Total Posts: 419
Not really seeing anything there that would be of any assistance. I am working on getting the lists and such as to where pokemon show up, and how often they do.

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tifreak8x
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Posted: 13 Jul 2008
21:07 GMT
Total Posts: 419
I finally got the start of it going now. The random encounter system has been started. At this moment, the data to cause random encounters is simply stored when it looks for which map program to run. That will of course change once I get a working battle engine, etc. Anyways, a screenshot for your enjoyment:



Stat Generation will be next.

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Hydraliskisback
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Posted: 19 Sep 2008
16:52 GMT
Total Posts: 583
refresh us on your updates, sir tifreak! :D

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tifreak8x
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Posted: 20 Sep 2008
06:07 GMT
Total Posts: 419
Hmm... updates... Let's see...

I got random encounters working

I got stat generation working

I had it giving the attacks to the pokemon, however, some of the optimizations on UnitedTI kinda broke it, so I am starting from the original code and reworking to where I was.

I did some severe optimizing, like combining all the pokemon sprite data into one program, and such, and removed all the If statements. Doing this for a great deal of the data program has shaved off over 5k in memory usage, and brought the program count down to 55 or so. :)

Once I finish going over AOD86, I will resume work on integrating the new data system into the game.

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Hydraliskisback
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Posted: 20 Sep 2008
09:27 GMT
Total Posts: 583
dang man.
I dont know HOW you can do all this. a project like this i wouldve given up 2 years ago. :P

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turtlbrdr
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Posted: 26 Sep 2008
20:04 GMT
Total Posts: 39
Hey tifreak8x can you tell me where I can get the form of Zlist your using I've looked a lot of places and the only one I've found is used to display a list of your programs. What I need is something you can use to put a number into a string, inside a program. Specifically the number in question would be already in "Z".

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tifreak8x
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Posted: 27 Sep 2008
00:51 GMT
Total Posts: 419
The only suggestion I would have is doing something like:

{Z,Z

Have ZLIST change that to a string, then you can find the position of the , utilizing InString(, and add one from there, and do a sub(Str,#,length(Str

I could come up with something if you needed... It would not take very long to code.

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tifreak8x
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Posted: 1 Oct 2008
07:44 GMT
Total Posts: 419
Well, I managed to get some other programs done and taken care of, so now that that is out of the way, I am back on this.

As of this moment, I am completely redoing the pokedex system, to deal with the changes in how the data is stored on the calc. As of now, I am working exclusively on getting the information to display, then, I will see about getting the information to "scroll", and then I will see about posting up a screenshot :)



This is the newest pokedex system. At least, in progress...

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Hydraliskisback
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Posted: 3 Oct 2008
23:40 GMT
Total Posts: 583
omg seriously, ti. this is amazing.
round of applause.

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tifreak8x
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Posted: 4 Oct 2008
20:31 GMT
Total Posts: 419
vs

The one on the left is optimized, and the structure of the program changed slightly. I hope you can tell the difference in speed between the two of them...

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tifreak8x
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Posted: 5 Oct 2008
11:15 GMT
Total Posts: 419
BWHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

I am so awesome. Or at least, I think I am. I might not be. *shrugs*

Anyways, here be important stuff for you all. I have gotten random encounters to 100% !!!!!!1111oneeleven You have no idea how happy I am to have that done and over with, after pitting myself against it for over 2 hours today. But, enough babbling. You want a screenshot, I am sure...



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tifreak8x
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Posted: 5 Oct 2008
18:43 GMT
Total Posts: 419
What battle system? :rolleyes: Oh! You mean this:

:D

Of course, I am just using the enemy data to populate the screen and information right now. The next thing to do is begin with the events system, so you can even get your first pokemon to start battling. But it is still progress. ^_^

Is the way it looked on the gameboy game. :D

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Hydraliskisback
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Posted: 6 Oct 2008
10:13 GMT
Total Posts: 583
simply amazing TI. You're really outdoing yourself in this. You've seiruosly come a long way from wence this started.
and idk why the .gif's are so slow here, i KNOW they weren't this slow at home, so i can't tell whats going on with the speed, but i trust that its faster and better, and just plain awesome.
gratz ti. =D

also is there a current demo out yet with all of this? or when will this be updated in a demo?

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tifreak8x
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Posted: 6 Oct 2008
19:21 GMT
Total Posts: 419
Well, I was chatting with benryves on efnet IRC and he offered to create an asm program to display pokemon sprites faster. This is its ONLY PURPOSE!!!! This way, it gets the nay-sayers off my back. :P

Anyways, working on getting an event system set up on paper...

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