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Demo of emotions (DEMO)
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"This is a very simple demo of how an actor’s actions (hitting an old man vs giving him a sandwich) can affect his appearance when examining him. Also included is a simple ""ask him about life"" conversation to show how his response to kindness or cruely will affect whether he responds or not. Be sure to extract the ALR file to see how it’s set up. If you know of a better way of doing this, let me know."

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  Fri 1st Feb 2008
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While this demo is only a simple simulation of emotions, tracking npc to player relationships is one method for more realistic npc’s. Perhaps not useful to all games but it could be worth it for some. For example, in a Mystery Thriller you could track whether or not the player had earned the trust or suspicion of the other characters depending on what they had done (preferably while in the presence of the npc in question).

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