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That's pretty friggin sweet. I'm really looking forward to what you do with this.
Phew! I thought this was going to be a 2 girls 1 cup thing. Looks nice.
Might want to look at the code for reverse, lol, as you catch hella (do the kids still use this word?)air when you pick up speed.
Add icey blocks, slowly disappearing blocks, one way blocks, bouncy blocks, wind, intermitent power outages, etc.
Looking pretty good, I understand it much better with the video. About the AI; if it's a "Chickie 1" and the AI has two dominoes with a 1 on it,...
Just tried it on one of my computers at home (3.4GHz, 4 gigs ram, GeForce 8400 GS) which ran Crysis reasonably well but this takes it to a crawl....
On my work PC (3.2 GHz, 3 gigs ram, but integrated grapics card), I got 2.7 fps, even when no other cars were visible.
It would be much easier if you tied the rotate buttons to different keys so that I could play with both hands. Otherwise, nicely done.
Are there any functional differences due to the Windows environment that might affect current workflow?
Are there different difficulty levels for the AI or do they kick your butt every time no matter how many times you play?
Hey, what's wrong with McDonalds?
Well, if Windows is McDonalds, Mac is Burger King West London. :P
I mean, the ability to tilt etc. When I first started the level, I couldn't see myself or the zombie that was attacking me. Or if I was against...
Minimum System Requirements?
Unity Asset Server accessible from Windows?
Would like more camera control or a better 3rd person camera.
Ammo limits so that you are forced to use crowbar or more...
Oh DX sucks. Talk about buggy and laggy. Since it appears you are looking for web deployment, did you happen to make your way over to Shiva as well?
There are some good ideas in this thread. I don't know how easy it would be to do, but perhaps new members do not get access to the main forums...
Yeah, Torque has left that impression with alot of folks.
How many levels etc.?
Well, I mean like are the obstacles randomized so it has infinite playability, everything laid out in level format so you can memorize it and get...
That is friggin amazing! That should be a top seller.
Edit: Care to provide more details?