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Edmund

Community Sigs

6th December 2008

I wouldn't be surprised if this gimmick, or whatever we call it, starts spreading to other sites; especially since many sites already have that comment ranking system deal already. Of course, with its propensity for encouraging silly one-liners, THIS gimm*snip*


Edmund

socoder worth $5329

30th May 2008

7.2 ad revenue. One could make a living off of 10 of these.


Edmund

#142 - The History Challenge

18th March 2008

Oh never mind, post edited.


Edmund

#141 - The Rectangle Challenge

11th March 2008

Did this in about 30 minutes to an hour. It's quite terrible, but I said I'd make an entry.

[code]
Global score = 0

Type box
Field x,y
Field up,dir
End Type

Type player
Field x,y,oldx,oldy
End Type

Type plat
Field x,y
End Type

Gr*snip*


Edmund

The MMORPG Design Thread

2nd January 2008

Toaster is certainly correct. There are a number of MMOGs that involve twitch action play. But do recall that Auto Assault, a high profile MMO action game, was shut down in April due to lack of subscribers. It is true that direct interaction in play mak*snip*


Edmund

The MMORPG Design Thread

1st January 2008

On the concept of level grinding, I believe the key to "level" grinding is the "level". So by removing levels, one removes level grinding. But another factor must be implemented to ensure that there is a direct relationship of "skill advancement"/"play t*snip*


Edmund

How is everyone?

20th December 2007

[quote]
Everyone seems tired??....speak for yourself.
[/quote]

well, it just seems that way, it's hard to deny that there is an overall prevailing aura (if you'll pardon my use of that word) of fatigue seems to come from a some what fatigued populatio*snip*


Edmund

How is everyone?

20th December 2007

it's hard to say, I guess I've been out of the proverbial "loop" for the past few years. Was always too interested in the humanities to be much of a programmer anyway. Trying to get back into the "loop" recently but all this fancy 3d stuff and all that n*snip*


Edmund

#123 - The Number Challenge

3rd November 2007

Threw something together in an hour or two, I hope you have fun

[code];Well, this code is a disaster and an optimization nighmare.

;If anyone is learning to code, don't learn from me.

;drop me a comment if you read this

;simple algebra game v. *snip*


Edmund

#122 - The Halloween Challenge 3

31st October 2007

right, no problem, I just wanted to see if the game was bugging up or if the map wasn't loading correctly. It might have something to do with the graphics settings I had, it gave me some errors when I used the usual so I changed around the numbers until i*snip*


Edmund

Fast Forward. :D

31st October 2007

yes, I can be a buzzkill sometimes, though in most instances, incidentally. I'll try to keep that to a minimum on these forums. But I won't say more about this since we've already established that point and I don't really want this thread to get more off*snip*


Edmund

#122 - The Halloween Challenge 3

31st October 2007

Thanks for taking the screen Jeyenkai, but I think there may be something wrong. Also, I would like to say that I was lazy and used Krylar's mapmaker and tile functions (which turned out to be a pain) and Blitzplay Lite. So I can't exactly claim this wor*snip*


Edmund

Needed: artist for projects

30th October 2007

That's a good point, the Blitzcoder line of sites hasn't really (not to my knowledge at least) attracted many artists. I remember a few past fiascos related to this kind of things. But honestly, HoboHen, I'm not sure if they're inept or just flat lazy. *snip*


Edmund

Fast Forward. :D

30th October 2007

gee, that was almost scathing.

I didn't exactly mean to be a fun kill and maybe that was a bit too harsh, but I remember when cartoons were bitter satires about politics and society and when each episode contained allusions to some nice victorian novel *snip*


Edmund

Fast Forward. :D

29th October 2007

I just hardly understand kids shows. I see how kids might like the adventure and heroism but I don't see how presenting a candy coated world where good and evil is black and white, your friends will stick with you forever, all problems can be solved by fi*snip*


Edmund

Ubuntu 7.10

22nd October 2007

what I find the most confounding is how this thread did not start a flame war against windows (not suggesting one be initiated of course). In all honesty, I don't see why a blitz programmer would boot ubuntu (since wine doesn't support blitz), but then ag*snip*

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