Sunday, October 2, 2011

Tests and other stuff


Ran some tests last night, I was going to make the pop up a separate .swf a month ago but couldn't quite figure out how to get the minis to appear in a .swf other then the main game. But it turns out you can make copies of existing items and then add them to a different stage. Level up!

So working on the popup.swf last night and that was it didn't, get to touch conquest... though I did pull over two of the base classes from conquest to use for building the popup. The Array Control and the loader. Which is sort of stealing from the future to fix the past... oh well.

The popup will probably take me at least a week and more realistically two. Since it has bugs on top of rebuilding it.

We shall see how it goes.

Daisy

8 comments:

  1. Stop fucking with causality! You can't just keep using stuff from future projects to fix past projects! You'll cause a tear in the space-time continuum!

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  2. Well I have to say that people call me a rather good DM so.. Who wants to play D&D for the next bazillion years?

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  3. "You can't just keep using stuff from future projects to fix past projects!"

    - Not if you pull off the greatest con in the universe and obtain the world line; Steins;Gate! =D

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  4. Would it be too much to ask for you to post the sources of those mangas when including the pictures? At least in their names instead of some random m08, maidaddlib, k04, d02_03 and so on.

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  5. But that's the game. I though people liked showing off there skill IDing random images. no?

    Daisy

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  6. lol it came from the same manga as the last pic, in fact they are the same person just with different outfits

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  7. that choker, that sword... I think I recongized her... *shivers*
    she's Kuumi Tobita from Super Dreadnought Girl 4946

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  8. Eeeh, it's a game that is probably most fun if you read enough manga to have a real shot at it. Mostly I rely on the comments to figure it out, but I'd hardly call doing so a substantial imposition.

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