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    Need some help with an Underwater Lighting effect.

    I'm working on a plaformer game and for one of the levels I'd like it to look like you underwater. The look I'm going for is that slightly distorted/wavy look with light shining down from the top. I hope the GIF I attach works because It's exactly what I'm looking for. Volnaiskra's Spryke game has this effect in it, from what I've seen. That game looks absolutely amazing by the way.

    water effect.jpg

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    Thank you

    Just for clarification, Spryke's underwater effect uses a custom effect that I made, based heavily on (IIRC) this one by Clément Willay: https://clickstore.clickteam.com/water-effect

    I haven't tried that Louis Denizet one, but from the video it seems excellent.

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    So I bought the "louisd_water_effect" from the click store. When I ran it, t's missing an effect "CS_SinWave.fx" not sure where to get that. I looked on click store and didn't see anything.

    Any ideas?

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    I believe CS_SinWave.fx is one of the shaders from the Complex Softwares shader V2 pack. You can download it from Phi's site here > https://sites.google.com/site/MMF2Stuff/shaders

    Incidentally, the Complex Softwares shader pack V2 has a very cool shader called 'underwater' which gives a nice 'wobbly' water effect, not sure if that's exactly what you're after, but I've had some nice results using it in the past.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gradius View Post
    I believe CS_SinWave.fx is one of the shaders from the Complex Softwares shader V2 pack. You can download it from Phi's site here > https://sites.google.com/site/MMF2Stuff/shaders

    Incidentally, the Complex Softwares shader pack V2 has a very cool shader called 'underwater' which gives a nice 'wobbly' water effect, not sure if that's exactly what you're after, but I've had some nice results using it in the past.
    THANK YOU Gradius! That Complex Softwares shader pack V2 is amazing and it worked perfectly.

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