Ah, @PotatoImaginator. But that's the point. I wanted to see if I could glean the cube (if you'll pardon the expression) :) even if there was only one color to it.
Make it more challenging for the brain to follow. Some puzzles do not require user input.
Also to add keystrokes such as 🅾️ and ❎ to change the size of the cube perhaps. Maybe add menu options to control its speed as well.
Edit: Hid the cart cause this post is big
Edit0: And here it is with color cycling! (forgot the label image again, whatever, at least I made the green brighter)
Look at you @Pico_Maker. Nice job ! Here I was gonna tackle this today and here you done did it. I kinna want bright-green tho like the old-style monitors so I'm gonna touch up what you did here.
And yep, I saw your color cycling. At first I thought something else - I most post that too. For now though, yeah, neat stuff !
Here is cube green with "ansi" style borders and reflect boundaries.
Here is the color version I had in mind.
@dw817 Ok, that color version is actually really cool. I am very inexperienced with 3d stuff (and reading other people's code) however, so even if I wanted to, I couldn't do that. (imagine if that cycled the colors around instead of a "static" colored cube, like fancy Christmas lights)
I don't know if I'm going to be able to get the desired output as the cube is moving. If it were stationary I could fix a point of colors.
Here is my draft.
If someone else wants to try I would welcome that ...
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