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Gaming / Re: Free games
« Last post by bob on Today at 05:08:25 PM »
Brink is now free on Steam as well.

http://store.steampowered.com/app/22350/BRINK/
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Creative Features / Random zone name?
« Last post by MasterMan917 on Today at 01:40:15 PM »
Does anyone know a script that will randomly name a script with numbers?
I have 5 houses that are script to place zones in them but I need a way to make them have random names. Can anyone help?
Thank you.
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Video / Re: Youtube-Mythical Monkey
« Last post by Jesse on Today at 10:29:05 AM »
For those of you wondering why i don't record TMF game play anymore.
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Gaming / Re: Free games
« Last post by bob on Today at 01:49:21 AM »
I wouldn't link those as they've both been issued takedown orders. They're easy enough to find for anyone who really wants to play them though.
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Gaming / Re: Free games
« Last post by AlienizdPixel on Today at 12:16:01 AM »
Two questions:
Would titles such as AM2R or Pokémon Uranium be permissed to link towards?
Would BitTorrent magnet links be permissed?
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Gaming / Re: Free games
« Last post by AlienizdPixel on August 22, 2017, 10:13:42 PM »
I have a notable collection of free entertainment titles, so I shall post them here. I will likely organize and add upon this listing later.

Spoiler for Listing:
The Dark Mod: A Gothic and Steampunk themed stealth game, in which was once a mod worked based from "Doom 3" that has now become standalone (does not require you to have "Doom 3" separately to play.
OpenMW: An open-source recreation of the Elder Scrolls: Morrowind.
Black Mesa (legacy): A recreation of the original "Half-Life" using the "Source" engine. Although it can be purchased on Steam, the website directed towards includes a "legacy" edition at the bottom of the web page, in which is free to download and play.
IWBTG | I Wanna Be The Guy: A notoriously difficult platformer featuring "8-bit" graphics.
Minetest: An open-source game, as could likely be noted from its title based from "Minecraft". Although its standard "game" I would comment as not being too extravagent, its glory is within its community supplied modifications. Also available as a downloadable .apk for Android users (Note: On the linked webpage, it mentions that it is available upon the "Google Play Store", but to take caution due to possible false uploads).
Mari0: A platformer and puzzle game in which is strives to combine both the original "Super Mario Brothers" (NES edition) and "Portal". Includes hats and local (only?) multiplayer.
Flightgear: A simulation game focused upon aircraft control, that is also open-source.
Freedoom: A project focused upon recreating the considerably popular original "Doom" with open-source code, graphics, and audio (may be incorrect).
Cave Story: A considerably well-known platform adventure game. Due to the possibilty of unintentionally mentioning too much about the story, I simple suggest to play about with it.
Unturned: A graphically simple game in which is based within a Zombie Apocalypse. Includes plenty of modifications available from its corresponding Workshop. (Note: Based from both personal and others' experience, this title is considerably inefficient, requiring a high-end machine despite what may be assumed. This may have changed.)
Team Fortress 2: A team focused shooter, featuring 9 unique individual classes to choose, each with their own strengths and weaknesses to learn and use towards you and your team's advantage. Includes customizabilty via cosmetics, taunts, and weapons.
OpenTTD: An open-source simulation game based from "Transport Tycoon Deluxe". Features isometric 16-bit graphics, multiplayer, support for modifications, and more.
OpenRA: An open-source, real-time strategy, command and conquer engine, featuring multiple games based from classic title series including "Red Alert", "Tiberian Dawn", and "Dune 2000", modification support, multiplayer, and more.
osu!: A recently open-sourced rhythm game based from "Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan". Features a focus upon music, rhythm, modification support, and more.
OFF: A graphically simple role playing adventure game, with a notably strange theme throughout. Due to the possibilty of unintentionally mentioning too much about the story, I simple suggest to play about with it.
Project Reality: A standalone modification basing from the shooter "Battlefield 2", focusing upon working with your team. It is recommended to view its manual (included within link provided), and to own and use a microphone while playing within multiplayer. (Note: You will likely require a BitTorrent client to download, and understand how to unpack .iso files)
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Gaming / Free games
« Last post by bob on August 22, 2017, 09:16:41 PM »
Since I come across free games a lot and probably very few people know about them being free, I figure I'll just post them here as I come across them.

This won't include "free" games ala the monthly Playstation Plus or Games with Gold titles or pirated games (and don't even think about posting links to those.) Also won't include mobile games, because I don't care about mobile games. Only actual free ones.

So to start off:

Shadow Warrior is free on Steam. This seems like a 1 day only thing, so go grab it like now or it'll be too late.

http://store.steampowered.com/app/233130/Shadow_Warrior/

And over on Origin you can grab Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault. I don't know how long this lasts. EA seems to have no rhyme or reason as to when they change it.

https://www.origin.com/usa/en-us/store/free-games/on-the-house

And Club Ubisoft has Rayman Origins free for the remainder of August

https://club.ubisoft.com/en-US/welcome

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Ideas / Re: Maximum Amount of Money Held In One Stack (Increased)
« Last post by Lee155 on August 21, 2017, 07:48:44 AM »
For DD and survival, the minimal storage slots gets taken up by the stacks of gold, forcing you to decide what's the most important items to have on you.

You can only script the item command once at bedrock with the script blueprint.


Not to mention, a script could be applied to other items. Think about it. A mine where you could hold all of your blocks in one slot as well.

Why would someone walk around with multiple money stacks when they can buy chests or make crates to store the money instead? Before adventuring off into a cave where their inventory may get full. And for survival, most of the items are unlocked so you can buy a chest to put the money in...? I am confused.
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Your world / Re: Trub's Chaos
« Last post by Atlas Telamon on August 21, 2017, 05:11:09 AM »
Zezima has already beaten this map...

Yes. Yes I did.

I love challenge maps. Do You host often? I want to play it. GT: Kinetic Toxic

Somewhat often, usually whenever I have nothing else to do.
So like, all the time?
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Ideas / Re: Maximum Amount of Money Held In One Stack (Increased)
« Last post by crazytater94 on August 21, 2017, 12:15:51 AM »
For DD and survival, the minimal storage slots gets taken up by the stacks of gold, forcing you to decide what's the most important items to have on you.

You can only script the item command once at bedrock with the script blueprint.


Not to mention, a script could be applied to other items. Think about it. A mine where you could hold all of your blocks in one slot as well.
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