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Coolboyman 1st June 2013 04:32 AM

You can move the level around in import mode. Check all of those options.

Skill 1st June 2013 05:08 AM

Hi DementedSun,

I have taken a look at your model file and quickly looked at the UVs they were very large i have shrunk them down, unfortunately i wasn't sure of how the model looked originally.

I also have looked at your collision issues.

The problem there is that there are some faces on top of each other with the normals facing different ways, this causes an issue in Banjo Kazooie, as BB will generate collision triangles for all faces unless you set them to not solid.

I deleted them and loaded it into the game to test it seems fine. I didn't have any of the other problems you had.


Here is the download for the obj and bins let me know if there are still problems or you want me to go over anything with you on it.

I know some of you will be on here and not RWC it does make things easier for us if these problems are posted there. But thats fine CBM will be able to help you on here with any problems you guys have.


Download:


http://rarewarecentral.com/files/dementedsun.zip

DementedSun 1st June 2013 05:21 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Skill (Post 1158516)
Hi DementedSun,

I have taken a look at your model file and quickly looked at the UVs they were very large i have shrunk them down, unfortunately i wasn't sure of how the model looked originally.

I also have looked at your collision issues.

The problem there is that there are some faces on top of each other with the normals facing different ways, this causes an issue in Banjo Kazooie, as BB will generate collision triangles for all faces unless you set them to not solid.

I deleted them and loaded it into the game to test it seems fine. I didn't have any of the other problems you had.

Oh, and the one part in the tutorial where you make the snow overlap the green. Not really sure how that works, aside from only being able to do that in the tutorial. I think all it did in my tests were make my objects transparent.


Here is the download for the obj and bins let me know if there are still problems or you want me to go over anything with you on it.

I know some of you will be on here and not RWC it does make things easier for us if these problems are posted there. But thats fine CBM will be able to help you on here with any problems you guys have.


Download:


http://rarewarecentral.com/files/dementedsun.zip

Thanks! After a few hours of messing with it, the only problem I seem to have is getting the new map to load in the center of the pre-existing one, cause otherwise it get's marked as too large, :x. I tried finding the coordinates of an existing entity and moving the map while importing to those coordinates, but they didn't seem to match. I guess just getting it as close as possible to the Banjo default model location works best.

Ty-chan 1st June 2013 01:11 PM

Oh, it's that simple? Thanks, CBM. We really need to repay you in some way for all the help your giving us and for BB alone - but I guess the best way to do that is to just get you some complete levels for you to play, isn't it? ;)

EDIT: Just to let everyone know, in order for Spiral Mountain molehills to work you need to have the start molehill first - probably because they use flags that check whether the player asked for a tutorial to begin with - so if the flag is never set Bottles just stands there and scratches his head and the game never decides what to do.

Ty-chan 1st June 2013 06:55 PM

The Jump molehill keeps looping at the head scratch animation even though I've already talked to the start one.

Coolboyman 1st June 2013 07:04 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by GoldenJiggies (Post 1158557)
The Jump molehill keeps looping at the head scratch animation even though I've already talked to the start one.

Weird, I'll look into that. There is an option in MW to make it so you automatically have all the moves.

Ty-chan 1st June 2013 08:35 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Coolboyman (Post 1158558)
Weird, I'll look into that. There is an option in MW to make it so you automatically have all the moves.

Yeah, I'm using that now but I wanted progression through the hub.

Also, you can't go into the N cube scene and edit the warp because just opening it makes it obsolete in the ROM.

Coolboyman 1st June 2013 09:00 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by GoldenJiggies (Post 1158560)
Yeah, I'm using that now but I wanted progression through the hub.

Also, you can't go into the N cube scene and edit the warp because just opening it makes it obsolete in the ROM.

Yeah that was reported and it's going to be fixed in next version.

Ty-chan 1st June 2013 09:25 PM

It'd also be nice to have items not be limited to their original worlds so I can place a Grublin in a level other than Mumbo's Mountain, but for a first version this works very well.

Coolboyman 1st June 2013 09:26 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by GoldenJiggies (Post 1158564)
It'd also be nice to have items not be limited to their original worlds so I can place a Grublin in a level other than Mumbo's Mountain, but for a first version this works very well.

It's the way Banjo-Kazooie is programmed sadly. I'd have to do some reprogramming to make all game objects global, but it may be done one day.

Madous 1st June 2013 09:27 PM

First person to create a complete, well-done version of the removed forest level will receive staff immunity for the rest of their days. :)

MamaLuigi 3rd June 2013 03:01 AM

Sort of unrelated, but if there were to be a collaborative effort to make a fan-made "Banjo Threeie", would it be possible to somehow get it onto a Nintendo 64 cartridge for play on the original hardware? I haven't looked into much, was wondering if anyone else thought this would be a neat idea.

Frankie 3rd June 2013 03:16 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MamaLuigi (Post 1158796)
Sort of unrelated, but if there were to be a collaborative effort to make a fan-made "Banjo Threeie", would it be possible to somehow get it onto a Nintendo 64 cartridge for play on the original hardware? I haven't looked into much, was wondering if anyone else thought this would be a neat idea.

Well, there IS the everdrive64.


It's like an R4 card for the n64.

Coolboyman 3rd June 2013 03:16 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MamaLuigi (Post 1158796)
Sort of unrelated, but if there were to be a collaborative effort to make a fan-made "Banjo Threeie", would it be possible to somehow get it onto a Nintendo 64 cartridge for play on the original hardware? I haven't looked into much, was wondering if anyone else thought this would be a neat idea.

Hacks on the Everdrive 64 play beautifully :)

Whyme123 3rd June 2013 10:29 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Madous (Post 1158566)
First person to create a complete, well-done version of the removed forest level will receive staff immunity for the rest of their days. :)

seriously?

Then we can post hardcore anal horse porn everywhere and nothing can be done to us?


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