First M5Stack game with Cloud Saving!



  • Hello! Yesterday I started writing my first game. It is very basic and I am a veterinarian, so obviously I have no idea what I'm doing (seriously!!). In between CT scans of dogs, I have managed to write a tiny portion of this game, that I hope in the future will come pre-installed with m5stack (ahahah). Yesterday I didn't even know how to do a menu (well I still don't know how to do it correctly) and today I can almost save to a cloud! If I keep this up in a week or two I'll have something more playable. So far you can only do basic stuff, but more is coming :D !
    The game can be found here:

    https://github.com/firstcaress/SimPortugal

    I will try and update it at least once a week, preferably more often

    If anyone needs help installing it just ask me. Easiest way is via ampy, or via uiflow (just copy paste the code and the try it via upload)



  • @lastcaress
    Thank you for sharing you project.
    Do you fancy filling in the forum icebrake thread?
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  • done!



  • I have made it easy to download my proto-game:

    www.mantorras.org/SimPor.m5f

    Open this file in the m5flow thinggie http://flow.m5stack.com and run it, and it will download a file from github and save it in the apps folder, so you can try the game!



  • @lastcaress said in First M5Stack game with Cloud Saving!:

    www.mantorras.org/SimPor.m5f

    Interesting but it needs some kind of visual feedback as I thought that it had crashed.



  • I will give people a warning :P
    I could also use that code to make custom blocks that'd allow people to download other files to the m5stack



  • @lastcaress said in First M5Stack game with Cloud Saving!:

    I will give people a warning :P
    I could also use that code to make custom blocks that'd allow people to download other files to the m5stack

    That may prove useful.
    Try and test a custom block and if it work well, contact @heybin and he may include it in the official UIFlow blocks.
    I can think of some good uses for the block for those like me who are not command line proficient.



  • Downloading files via urequests is easy but takes a lot of memory, I could write it with usocket, it's a little bit more complicated (for me), but would allow download of bigger python scripts/libraries via the block app. If m5stack has interest in it I could do it I think.


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