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Competition mode - 2 or more players race to finish levels
 
Competition mode - 2 or more players race to finish levels
  
Showing both players at once (e.g., split-screen (or on multiple computers))
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Showing both players at once (e.g., split-screen (or on multiple computers))
  
 
Might be able to bump other player off the screen in competition mode...
 
Might be able to bump other player off the screen in competition mode...
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# Players have to complete the whole level, no new levels until the level has been completed by at least one player
 
# Players have to complete the whole level, no new levels until the level has been completed by at least one player
 
# When a player dies, the next player starts where the last player died.
 
# When a player dies, the next player starts where the last player died.
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Michael Lubker (zratchet), who helped with some of the original Milestone 2/onward concepts,
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is working on designing [[Super Tux Smash]], a multiplayer mod.
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[[Category:Design]]

Latest revision as of 07:50, 15 February 2007

A few mode ideas have been discussed on the Mailing List.

  • Cooperative mode
    • 2 or more players cooperate on the same screen (on the same computer or thru a network); or
    • Original Mario Bros co-op mode

Competition mode - 2 or more players race to finish levels

Showing both players at once (e.g., split-screen (or on multiple computers))

Might be able to bump other player off the screen in competition mode...

Versus mode - One player plays Tux, one plays Nolok (or other characters) and try to get each other.

Turn mode - Players take turns, when they die it is the other players turn.

I can see two ways to do this:

  1. Players have to complete the whole level, no new levels until the level has been completed by at least one player
  2. When a player dies, the next player starts where the last player died.

Michael Lubker (zratchet), who helped with some of the original Milestone 2/onward concepts, is working on designing Super Tux Smash, a multiplayer mod.