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Pakz
Created : 16 December 2016
Edited : 16 December 2016
Language : Monkey

Additive Particle Flames

Flames and additive blendmode




Here the html 5 page :
http://cromdesi.home.xs4all.nl/html5/additiveflames/MonkeyGame.html

I found this youtube video where they sort of explain you how to do it.

Youtube Link


 

Comments


Friday, 16 December 2016, 15:40
Jayenkai
So very easy to do, and would love to do more of this sort of thing, but it's a framerate killer on a lot of Android devices (or at least, the way Monkey does it.. I'm assuming there's other methods, but .. *shrugs*)

Having said that, I added Alt-Blend stuff to my new framework a few days ago, but haven't yet stress tested the Android results. Instead, I just got it to auto-disable blend when running on Android. Lazy, but sod it!
Friday, 16 December 2016, 18:12
Pakz
I just tested one with 25 flames on the old ipad mini. Seems to run okay'ish.

The mobile gadgets are getting faster over the years though. The now expensive ipad pro is said to have desktop like speeds.

I wish I could find more sources like that video to learn to code things like fire effects.