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Total Miner Discussion / [PC] Re: Total Miner: Forge PC Edition - Discussion
« on: December 10, 2017, 11:36:15 PM »
Does no multiplayer also mean no world sharing or component packs?

Gaming / Re: Nioh - PS4
« on: January 19, 2017, 06:38:17 PM »
The Nioh Last Chance Beta begins tomorrow. 

It's available through the weekend. 

I highly recommend playing it.   It's going to be a great chance to try before you buy.

Gaming / Re: Ark: Survival Evolved
« on: December 11, 2016, 11:46:19 AM »
Yeah. It's good fun, especially with your friends.  Going alone is pretty rough though.

Gaming / Re: No Man's Sky
« on: November 30, 2016, 05:16:26 PM »
It's pretty good if you ever wanted to buy one of the freighter ships or build a home base.  Freighters aren't pilotable and don't seem to attack anything, but are still very useful since each inventory slot holds twice what a starship can and can be summoned to low orbit for easier stocking. The bases snap together pretty quick and have some useful features unlocked by building certain consoles, finding an alien to run them, then completing the tasks given by the alien you 'hired'(for free).  Features are nice like hydroponic farms, storage, galactic market access nodes, and landing pads.  You can also build a base inside your freighter.

They also added a recharge shortcut (d-pad down) so you aren't flopping through menus trying to find oxides for your ship's shields (massive quality of life upgrade).  Also added a creative mode with unlimited resources and a survival mode with increased difficulty.  Survival was pretty brutal.  It was very hard to find time to make units because most of my time was spent crafting shielding sheets and searching for more materials. 

Overall a very nice update that got me playing it again.

Gaming / Re: Ark: Survival Evolved
« on: November 30, 2016, 03:41:03 PM »
Ark: Survival Evolved for PS4 will be releasing Dec. 6th. 

$54.99 price includes the Scorched Earth expansion area.

Take some friends and go T-Rex hunting!

Creative Features / [Help Needed] Re: Particles for Spells
« on: November 21, 2016, 08:54:10 PM »
Your description is too vague if you're looking for someone to help by writting your script for you.

Try reading the documentation for these commands to see if you are able to create it yourself:

Intersect :
Particle Emitter:
Mob Health:

Basically if you want help with all that scripting you'll have to give people more info to work with.  If you want fancy particle effects with your water staff you'll need to describe what you want to see in detail.  Honestly, designing particle spell effects for others doesn't seem worth the time and effort if they can't be bothered to even give a description.

Gaming / Nioh - PS4
« on: November 16, 2016, 11:14:39 AM »
Another PS4 exclusive title just became available for pre-order.  If you have a PS4 and haven't heard of Nioh, I highly recommend checking it out.  It's a 3rd person action game set in feudal Japan made by Koei Tecmo's "Team Ninja" of "Dead or Alive" and "Ninja Gaiden" fame.  It's scheduled release date is February 9th, 2017.

It's been paralleled to games such as "Onimusha" and even "Dark Souls".  After playing through the beta till it's expiration I can say I thoroughly enjoyed the gameplay due to the depth and difficulty of the combat.  The audio and visuals were also very good.  Co-op matchmaking worked great.

I don't want to spoil any gameplay for anyone checking it out for the first time, so I'll just link an official trailer here:

Gaming / Re: No Man's Sky
« on: August 24, 2016, 06:03:17 PM »
If you want a better ship the fastest and cheapest way to upgrade is by finding crashed ships.  Eventually you run across one with more slots.

1. Find any orange scanner.

2. Use Bypass Chips and search for Transmissions until you locate a Transmission Tower.  (Once you know what these look like you can skip scanning and just look for them on the surface.)

3. Solve the simple logic puzzle at the tower to locate a crashed ship. (No languages required.)

4. If the ship is better fix it up and claim it. (Even if it's not, they have some goodies for you)

48 slots is the maximum.

Ideas / Re: paste components feature
« on: August 18, 2016, 11:27:36 PM »
Been possible for a while.

Var will make writting such scripts less tedious.

Gaming / Re: No Man's Sky
« on: July 27, 2016, 07:20:15 PM »
"Stay calm."

The soundtrack by 65daysofstatic is now available on Spotify.

Gaming / Re: No Man's Sky
« on: July 23, 2016, 09:04:35 AM »

Gaming / Re: No Man's Sky
« on: July 21, 2016, 02:00:01 AM »

those spider mutiods near the end got me like: 'engaging nopedrive..'

Gaming / Re: No Man's Sky
« on: July 14, 2016, 09:19:23 PM »
New trailer hype!

Creative Features / Re: [Help] Scripting Assistance/Tutorial?
« on: July 01, 2016, 05:30:34 PM »
Is the script command documentation really of no assistance?

Basically, scripting is a just series of commands, so understanding how they all work is crucial to knowing what to write and the order in which to write it.

E.G. "Why do I need to clear a history? ":  because it produces an undesired result if not cleared.
Basically, no one starts to write a script without knowing what they want it to do.  Knowing all the commands makes it possible to know what can be done and what cannot.  Since you are the only one who knows what you want your scripts to do, you really owe it to yourself to learn how to write them.

I'd say that learning to use the conditionals would be easier once you have the commands as a foundation of knowledge.

Look at other people's finished scripts to see how they work especially if they use Histories and/or Conditionals.

Sorry if this wasn't helpful, but I cringe everytime I see a post suggesting a tutorial on scripting because of script's exhaustive possibilities.

You only have to look at all the unanswered "How do I make a _______ script" to see how many other people don't understand the concepts.

(Conditionals seem easy to me, but maybe it's because I have practiced a little with the BASIC programming language.)
The worst part is, I've always wanted magic as a skill in TMF. It's in the a script mechanic. So basically, if I want to take advantage of my favored approach to RPG's I have to learn to script.
You should make that your motivation to learn instead of looking at it as an obstacle.  I'd always thought you'd be on top of the magic scripting meta.

Questions and Answers / Re: Why can't you look straight up or down?
« on: June 25, 2016, 12:21:42 AM »
I just realized you can't look straight up or down in game. It seems weird to inhibit such a minute degree of rotation. Why is it?
Its because using those angles can mess with the view controls somehow.

It has a technical term, but I forgot it's name.

gimbal lock

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