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DMG screen effect for Construct Classic.
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http://www.mediafire.com/download/s58vvvjl3hu7nm4/DMG.zip <----Download link



Nothing too special here, This is a pre-made Live-Render DMG screen effect for use in a Monochromatic game.
For best results, you should limit the shades to 4.

Arrow keys to move around
W and S for Contrast knob.

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This is pretty nifty. I hope someone uses this for something.
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i'm wondering if there is any way to port this to fusion 2.5. how exactly did you implement this, nite?
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wow, if brand name children are on sale, maybe i can stop buying all these cheap knockoff children

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It's really just a trick of manipulating shaders.
The screen is a separate object from the rest of the Gameboy, leaving the Gameboy as a frame.
The screen is used as a filter, on multiply blend mode.
There is a white lined grid underneath the screen, which measures at exactly 160 x 144 cells, at an 8X scale of a standard gameboy screenshot. this is scaled down to match the dimensions I want the game to be displayed on the gameboy screen.
This grid gives the effect of the pixels being seperate
A white boarder frame is also placed under the grid, to limit how much of the gameplay window is shown.
A magnification lens object is used undernieth this to upscale the
gameplay layer, to match the pixel grid.

And of course, the gameplay, which is nothing special.
It has a forced monochromatic effect applied to simplify conversion

One thing that went entirely overlooked however, is that I deliberately left the calibration incorrect.
This, is to encourage editing, as well as being a tattle on those who want to use it in a lazy manner.

It should actually look like this:

http://www.mediafire.com/download/6zeqvk5euhs3q1s/dmgtest2.zip

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Edited by: Nite Shadow, Mar 8th, 2016 @ 4:15 pm
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