[Update: FridgeGrid now has it's own webpage]
During hacking up another idea for a demo, I figured I needed something helping me plan on how to use the 76 cpu cycles across the screen. Usually I take a whiteboard for a task like this, but since the planning involved moving around some objects, I came up with the idea for a piece of software that can be roughly described as: fridge magnets with a grid to put them in.
Here's what it looks like at the moment:
(This scene is fictional but rather common for creating an asymmetrical playfield, just to give you an idea.)
It's written in C++/Qt and will run on Linux, Windows and Mac OS X. I've already successfully created a version for every one of these platforms. When in a state that's worth releasing it will be as open source and binary for the three platforms.
This leaves me with two questions:
- Do you think it will be worth releasing?
- Do you have a name for it? My working title "FridgeGrid" is kind of dull.
Edited by SvOlli, Sun Nov 26, 2017 3:57 PM.