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- Tue Jan 17, 2017 8:51 pm
- Forum: Wolfire
- Topic: Which is your favourite wolfire software game?
- Replies: 4
- Views: 3793
Lightning's Shadow. at least for nostalgia value, though it's tied with Black Shades on that score (Black Shades is probably the better game, though, and also the only one of the two I've played sometime in the last decade). I think I actually discovered Wolfire from uDevGames, since only having a M...
- Sat Nov 24, 2012 2:30 am
- Forum: Desperate Gods
- Topic: Official Wolfire Ruleset
- Replies: 57
- Views: 50162
Sorry if this isn't the place to ask further errata questions, but it seems the most appropriate: How many items can be purchased at a time at the town? Can buying and selling happen in the same turn? When a effect says "Draw from town" does that mean the item is immediately placed in that player's ...
- Sun Oct 21, 2012 1:32 am
- Forum: Receiver
- Topic: A Gunsmith's Analysis (Updated for RC7)
- Replies: 66
- Views: 37237
I can see those changes being really neat to play with, especially thumbing in a single round and grip safety. The rest of them are probably less noticeable edge cases, so I don't see it likely to mess up muscle memory too much by adding them in.
I agree your video is pretty good for that, but I just emptied 25 magazines worth of bullets into the ground and never once shot myself. Unless it's a Mac/PC thing, I can't shoot myself in the foot. (I can shoot myself running though). Interesting observation, as I am running it on Windows 7. Once ...
If that was the case, we'd be able to aim straight down and shoot ourselves, no? If you look down while running and shooting, you'll notice that a bullet hole shows up on the camera, and not on the floor, or below the character. While not aiming, the gun is not pointing straight at the ground, but ...
- Thu Sep 06, 2012 3:14 pm
- Forum: Receiver
- Topic: A bit of physics update weirdness
- Replies: 5
- Views: 2392
My current strategy for Receiver has been to try to get to as high a vantage point as possible, knock out all killdrones I can see, then find another high point. However, this leads to an interesting quirk of the physics engine updating. http://i.imgur.com/FlzMdl.jpg The killdrone hovering is dead, ...
It's actually not a bug... The bullets have ricochet physics, and so you probably aren't shooting yourself in the foot, but instead the bullet is bouncing back up at you. In the case people are using for Russian Roulette, this may be true. However, when it happened to me I was hanging over a ledge,...
Darn. I got 13 and then a Tazerbot decided to take a look. :cry: Also, I guess it's a bug that when I shoot myself in the foot that I don't die. I'm pretty sure shooting oneself in the foot is a bug. It first happened to me while I was trying to knock out killdrones from a ledge, which was a fairly...
- Sat Feb 26, 2005 11:51 am
- Forum: Randomness
- Topic: Need to learn some languages
- Replies: 20
- Views: 8490
Learn a language like Java or Objective-C before going to C++. C++ is very complicated, and should not be learned as a first language. You could also try Python, but you have to know your way around OS X's UNIX backend.
About 14 main levels and 14 challenge levels. There is also a built-in level editor. It takes me about 1 hour to complete the main game on the easiest difficulty, but there is a lot of replayability.daf one wrote:hi, I'd like to know how many levels are there before I buy this, I tried the demo, and I loved it.