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Questions and Answers / [Unanswered] Re: Controller on PC
« on: Today at 09:41:18 AM »
Did you setup Steam to use with a controller? I can't find the exact video i followed, but something link this should get you there:
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If you just try to plug and play or use bluetooth right off the bat there can be some issues with games.

100 views only a couple votes people vote on the poll I wanna see if I'm not the only one that wants this game one Xbox One.

Its pretty clear people would want this on PS4 and Xbox One. Having it on multiple platforms would not hurt the game. The issue is that the dev team is too small to warrant prioritizing a console release when the PC version is cobbled mess at the moment. New features have not been added in almost 2 years, let alone bug fixes and a stable multiplayer release. Let the new Dev team fix what they have now before they focus on a console version of the game.

Introductions / Re: Hello Everyone!
« on: January 11, 2020, 08:45:58 PM »
Welcome Welcome!

Contests / Re: Steam Games Giveaway
« on: January 11, 2020, 08:44:20 PM »
Congrats boys  /mooning

Contests / Re: Steam Games Giveaway
« on: January 06, 2020, 10:13:42 AM »
Sounds like fun.

Site News and Information / Re: Some changes
« on: May 21, 2019, 08:53:22 AM »
Where should I be seeing the ads? I turned off my adblocker on this site to support the forums but I don't see any ads yet.

Gaming / Re: The what game(s) are you playing? thread
« on: May 20, 2019, 11:44:00 AM »
Minecraft is always a gimme. Been binging that a lot.

I have been following a game called Close To The Sun for awhile and it was released recently, but since its an EPIC game exclusive i didn't pick it up. I watched a Youtuber play it and as a huge Bioshock fan I was very impressed with the visuals and art. Most the reviews knocked it for gameplay (which is fair, its more of a walking/puzzle game than any action) and its story, which I think was uncalled for. Without spoiling anything I think the story did time travel and paradoxical situations well. I'd say give it a watch and see for yourself. Really looking forward to seeing if they do end up making it a trilogy.

Total Miner Discussion / [Game] Re: Make total miner open source
« on: April 02, 2019, 01:21:55 PM »
Best for everyone? Not best for Craig if he doesn't want to make it open source.

Have any of you stopped to think that it's this "I want this" and "we need that" mentality & impatience that's caused this in the first place?

Give the guy a break. It's been 24 hours and you're already trying to dictate what he should do with the game he created and worked so hard on.

You think that's helping him at all? Stop thinking about yourselves and give him the time he needs. There's 8 weeks yet until it's pulled from Steam.

But of course, none of you will. You'll just continue to make things harder.

So holier than thou. How dare anyone give a avocado about this game right? 

Total Miner Discussion / [Other] Re: Reminiscence & A personal, Public thank you.
« on: March 29, 2019, 01:35:26 PM »
December 13, 2013. I start my Youtube channel dedicated to Total Miner.

August 14 ,2014. My oldest surviving video, a tutorial build with crazytater94.

November 29, 2014. My first dig deep series with Jeff McNewmen.

December 8, 2014. My first scripting tutorial.

December 9, 2015. My first survival series.

March 28, 2016. My first world hop.

May 10, 2018. My first PC video.

Dec 23, 2018. The last piece of Total Miner content I uploaded to Youtube.

I am able to trace back 6+ years of my life through this game. When I first started playing this game, I was 13 years old. I wanted to go to law school and become a judge. When I started my dig deep series at age 15 with Jeff McNewmen, I wanted to become and air force pilot. When I was 17, I just finished the last video on my old channel, and I wanted to get a scholarship to play rugby at the University of Maryland. I am now 19 years old in my second year engineering program at U of Cincinnati, and my life is nothing like I thought it would be when I started playing when I was 13. As silly as it sounds, this game was a constant throughout my growing years. Many of you left such a great impact on me on how to be a good friend, how to find humor in everyday life, and how to enjoy life to its fullest. I can only hope I made half the impact on you all as the staff and community here did for me.

To the community members: I was truly blessed to be apart of this community and share my time with you. The laughter and experiences I have had with you all will stay with me for a long time.

To the staff and dev team: Thank you for creating what you have. To make something from nothing using only your two hands and the will of one's mind is the greatest blessing you can bestow on anyone, even if it is a silly block building game. Thank you for all you have done. Thank you especially Craig. If you ever make another game in the future, I will be the first to buy it.

"There is no real ending. It's just the place where you stop writing the story."

To anyone who wishes to keep in contact with me. Add me on snapchat. @HeyMrJeffrey

May Total Miner be forever remembered.

~Jeffrey (Nefty)
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Here's a link to my Old Total Miner Videos Playlist

Here's a link to my Original Dig Deep Series

Here's a link to my Desert Survival Series

Here's a link to my Survival Let's Play

Here's a link to A Cool Cinematic

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