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General Discussion / Re: PC Questions da agy asks! ^_^
« on: February 11, 2015, 12:02:36 PM »
I'm not the greatest with hardware, but I'll try to give you some accurate information.

So what level of processor do I need? I-5?

I'd go with i5, if you're specifically going for an Intel CPU.

Amount of ram?
Again its not a gaming pc, but its going to be running a bunch of programs. My personal experiences have shown 12g to be a joke any more. Should I go for 16g?

From past experience, I've seen that you don't really need over 8GB unless you're doing gaming/rendering/video capture.

Graphics card?
While not a gaming PC, I personally dislike integrated graphics cards.
Would it be worth it still to get a graphics card? If so what navida one would I look at? (no hate please, I never have had an issue with navida and love it).

If you don't want an integrated graphics card, and you don't plan on using the PC for much gaming, maybe take a look at the GeForce GT 730 or the Radeon R7 240. I'm not very great with graphics cards though. Try comparing the performances of different ones with  site like

Custom built?

Yes. It will be much cheaper.

Windows 7 vs windows 8.1

This one really just matters on your preference. I've heard W8 loads faster, but I still prefer the look/feel of W7.

Any thing I am missing?
Any new technology or neat things I am missing? Heard something about USB 3.0.
Stuff like that that I should be looking into or for?
Head over to to check up on some of the latest hardware. They have some really great deals. Again, I'm not super great with hardware (I'm more of a software kind of guy), so I'd check with some other people before taking my advice  ;)

EDIT: I forgot to add - it would be more helpful if you post your budget and what you WOULD be running on the PC.

Creative Features / [Skills] Re: Obvious modders on TM
« on: February 05, 2015, 11:02:59 PM »
I like and dislike modding. If you're modding singleplayer maps/unlockables just to screw around by yourself, that's fine (in my opinion). I like to just poke around in files and test out the security of games. If you're modding skills though, that's pretty crappy. In fact, if you mod anything that goes on a scoreboard that's crappy. But people need to learn that modding is not necessarily a bad thing. Sometimes it can bring huge bugs/security issues to the developer's attention.

Good modding = doing it for fun/research/knowledge.
Bad modding = doing it to show off, top the leaderboards, or make people mad.

Of course this is all just my opinion, however.

Creative Features / [Skills] Re: Obvious modders on TM
« on: February 05, 2015, 12:11:34 PM »
Well if there were modders, you'd know for sure if there was no level cap. Bunch of level 99999999999999999999's running around saying, "Oh, this is all legit BRUH!"
Probably not quite that high. The maximum value of an int32 is 2,147,483,647, and int16's go up to only 32,767. But still, that'd be ridiculous.

Total Miner Discussion / Re: This is happening MODS!
« on: January 23, 2015, 01:03:58 PM »
I think this topic was posted way to early, we have no idea how long until PC version, should be locked for the now and unlocked nearer PC launch.
It looks like they're aiming for a release at the 2nd quarter of 2015 (April - June), according the the Steam Greenlight page. However I agree this was posted a bit too early, we don't know yet if the game will ship with the modding API, or if it will be added in sometime later on.

Creative Features / [Skills] Re: Obvious modders on TM
« on: January 17, 2015, 10:12:47 PM »
There was a program released recently that allows you to modify unlockables, skill levels, and in-game inventory.

Gaming / Re: Arcade Tycoon (WIP Game).
« on: January 16, 2015, 06:59:42 PM »
Dang 3 new games from the tm cummunity in less then a month dang lol looks nice how long has it taken so far
Everything pictured was done over the span of a couple months.

Gaming / Re: Arcade Tycoon (WIP Game).
« on: January 15, 2015, 09:24:45 PM »
Well congrats as so as I made a post about my game everyone has started making greate feats in developing game congatz
By the way, keep up the good work on your game! I personally liked the older background, but the new enemies definitely go better with the new background.

Gaming / Arcade Tycoon (WIP Game).
« on: January 15, 2015, 09:09:12 PM »
Hey there, folks. I've been seeing some of these threads lately with people showing off their games that they've been developing, and I thought I might tell you a bit about mine.

Arcade Tycoon is planned to be a strategy sim game in which you get to start and manage your very own arcade. It's planned to have features such as custom payouts, machine/game customization, and random events (such as blackouts that cause your arcade to lose profit).


Type: Strategy/sim.
Platforms: PC.

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It may not look very pretty, but what can I say? I'm a one man team (at least for now).

Gaming / Re: BOBsCAST game Project X
« on: January 15, 2015, 08:33:38 PM »
Just a couple of tips/pointers.

  • If you plan on developing for all those platforms, it'll cost a few thousand dollars (as it appears you're using Unity3D).
  • Have fun with your game, especially if this is your first. Don't rush it.

Good luck  ;)

Because it's profitable and the devs enjoy providing content for players.

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