Making your own sound module
The core of ct.js no longer provides a built-in sound system. Since v2, a game developer is required to enable one of the sound modules in order for sounds to work, otherwise
ct.res will throw an error if there are sounds in the project.
If you want to create your own sound system, you need to know that when the game starts,
ct.res expects to find a method
ct.sound.init, and this method is called with three arguments:
- The name of the sound as it is defined in ct.IDE (a string);
- An object with three properties showing which formats were provided:
wav— the relative path to the sound's WAV file, if there is any.
mp3— same as above but for MP3 files.
ogg— same as above but for OGG files.
- Additional properties inside an object:
poolSize— the maximum number of sounds played together.
isMusic— whether or not the sound was marked as a music file in ct.IDE. You can do some heuristics based on this value, like lazy-loading music files to quicken the project loading process.