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- 21 May 2019, 09:07
- Forum: Site content
- Topic: Someone should update the ZK trailer on the front page to Sprang's new version
- Replies: 3
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Anyway, what do you all think of Hotline Miami 2? I've played through the first two acts, and they were just like I remember -- just like the first game. This new one seems to have a greater focus on spontaneity, with larger areas and more glass, but that's not necessarily a bad thing. Everything al...
- 23 Sep 2014, 06:26
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: The elephant in the room (evolution rts and spring)
- Replies: 61
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Hello! I'm back, guys! :regret: Have there been any recent advances? ...But honestly, I visit these forums every three months or so, and the one thing that endures is this ridiculous drama . Get some perspective, guys (esp. you, Knorke). The Spring Engine and its projects are valuable and important ...
I actually think this is a cool idea. Community split's no fun, but it also opens the door to the coexistence of multiple diverse communities, and if it flops, everyone re-integrates!
I kind of lost interest when I realized that there were crucial, non-replenishable resources. That bothered me at first, but the world's big enough that you'll build everything before you even begin running out of resources. ...unless you want to make a gigantic multi-biome beehive-castle or someth...
Yeah! I play this game! I had the similar initial reaction to smoth's -- "this looks like Minecraft but with sketchy art to make it different ." But then I played it, and it's great! Also, losing your whole save file when you die adds a whole ton of tension to things. All in all, the game is very im...
Bump, as it's now out! I haven't finished the game yet, but I know at least one person in our community has. Any initial opinions? Personally, I was a little disappointed that the game didn't do more weird space-time warping than it did, but it's still a fantastic game IMO, and entirely unique in so...
I wanted to switch after reading this article, but I haven't gotten to it yet. That article's really useful, though!Lolsquad_Steven wrote:Has anyone here been using cast iron for a while, i just started using them and yeah... they're a game changer.
I've had blues for... I think 2 years now. I'm still not sure how I feel about them. I really like the tactile feel, and I don't mind the floating clicky point. On the other hand, I generally have a light touch on the keyboard, and I do most of my typing on the laptop keyboard with less travel. ...i...
- 31 Jan 2013, 08:54
- Forum: Infrastructure Development
- Topic: answers.springlobby.info and quotes.springlobby.info down
- Replies: 23
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I also miss quotes.springlobby.info. Some friends and I were actually discussing a thing recently, and I remembered a relevant springquote which I then tried to explain. Imagine my feelings of shock and embarrassment when the site wouldn't load!
MK's meal-making-maxim #328: Almost anything with a lot of glucose content and relatively little water tastes better and more sophisticated when exposed to heat. Bread toasts and gains this great smoky flavor, sugars caramelize, foods develop nice crusts, etc. Microwaving bread is no fun because mic...
You're doing it right by introducing yourself with content. :mrgreen: You'll find that, as long as you're willing to back up your ideas with models and/or code, many of the very experienced people on this forum will be more than happy to answer any questions you may have! You should start by playing...
- 06 Jan 2013, 01:20
- Forum: Off Topic Discussion
- Topic: MINECRAFT IS NOW BETA!
- Replies: 685
- Views: 45567
Ah, there's your problem -- you should have fsck'ed it up instead.Cubex wrote:My last project was a printer but my /home partition f+cked up and i losted all :_(