How do I use a .bsg file?

Dr. One

uploaded by Ross 2 years ago


My entry for Besiege's July drone contest! Features:
* 9 deployable, bomb-carrying drones
* 2 cannons, a flamethrower, a saw, and a grabber arm
* Chassis is immune to fire and enemy weapons.
* Whole machine can withstand high falls. (See video)
* Ground component was made fast with bsg editing.


Controls:

↑ = forward
← or → = steer
← and → = reverse

↓ = flamethrower
1 = left cannon
2 = right cannon

z = piston
x = rear hinge down
c = rear hinge up
v = rear grabber

[7][8][9]
[4][5][6]
[1][2][3] = release grabber to launch each respective drone

...[i]...[p]...[]]
...[j]...[l]...[']
...[n]...[,]...[/] = flying spiral on each respective drone


[u]...[o]...[[]...
[h]...[k]...[;]...
[b]...[m]...[.]... = grabber on each respective drone


Contest link:
http://forum.spiderlinggames.co.uk/forum/main-forum/besiege-early-access/general-discussion/21505-monthly-challenge-july
posted by Core88 2 years ago
Another smart creation Ross!
posted by displayter 2 years ago
FINALY ANOTHER THING I WAITED TOO LONG FOR YOU TO POST
WOW
SO LONG
SUCH WAIT
VERY PATIENT

posted by displayter 2 years ago
how did you make starting blocks bsg editing the block id?
posted by displayter 2 years ago
i will post something that will look like some whirld on string
posted by displayter 2 years ago
but easier to control its inspired by your stuff
posted by displayter 2 years ago
part minesweeper
part 9 whirled on as string
logic...
posted by displayter 2 years ago
also forgot 9 starting blocks...
posted by displayter 2 years ago
10 not 9
posted by Ross 2 years ago
Yes, I did get extra starting blocks by changing block ID's in the bsg file. Also, when you change a ballast block to a starting block, the numbers of the position coordinates stay the same, but the actual block moves by half a block length in the build. So, you have to adjust the coordinates for that.
posted by displayter 2 years ago
Well I lost my Mac's password so now I'm screwed
posted by displayter 2 years ago
Also you teached me bsg editing so I guessed the block Id thing
posted by displayter 2 years ago
But I don't know the coordinates thing
posted by displayter 2 years ago
I'm on ipad
posted by Ross 2 years ago
The coordinates are under the "Positions" heading. Each block has 3 coordinates separated by commas, ordered Left/Right, Up/Down, Front/Back.
posted by Depep1 2 years ago
Hey Ross, recently i read your comment on my all lvls mk1 and i have posted a mk2 plz check it out. Im sure youl like it.

PS: theres a few hatters in some of my builds comments there quite funny to read and how so many people say there better builders yet they copy others. lel.
PPS: ima fan of your builds and plz check out my account I will hopfullly be more active even though school started.
PPPS: ima coppy this message to some other builds so u defiantly read it. ITS NOT SPAM. HAHAHA. HELP MEE!