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Proposals / Re: New Export Options
« on: December 13, 2013, 04:26:56 pm »
I saw that post Robert, but since Chrome is its own unique OS there should be a chrome download Logo/icon and link w/ a setup instructions list on the download and wiki pages like there is for Windows, Mac and Linux. Neither of which I could find in your post. =P

@AsuMagic yeah those are much more desirable but they'd be a lot more work to implement, Solaris and chrome book AFAIK each have Java for LGM and MinGW for compiling, which means with almost little or no work aside from installing these OS, these exports could be easily done. And I heard wiibrew uses c++ so that seems like an easy rout too.

PSP is stretching it, that would be a lot of work. I'll add XB1 and WiiU to the list, but I wouldn't be surprised if none of these potential exports will ever come to be.

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Off-Topic / Re: My Website
« on: December 05, 2013, 11:11:05 pm »
Thanks man, I'll change the color to something more vibrant. :-)

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Off-Topic / My Website
« on: December 05, 2013, 03:21:06 pm »
The about page needs revisions and plenty other
games are close to being published on it, anyway,
this is my website: http://www.timekillergames.tk/

I made it following the website making tutorial
posted ere. Weebly really beats Webs and Tripod.
It's much better.Thanks for the tutorial! :D

Cheers,
TKG

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Third Party / Re: Natural GM (Alternate Cross-Platform IDE made in C++ WIP)
« on: December 05, 2013, 03:13:00 pm »
My bad DaSpirit I guess my anxiousness to see this projects done has gotten the best of me. Keep up the great work you've done a lot more than what I originally thought. =)

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Third Party / Re: Natural GM (Alternate Cross-Platform IDE made in C++ WIP)
« on: December 04, 2013, 03:28:25 pm »
I don't know why you still insist on advertising a raw multiline textbox. I'm not accusing you of not knowing any c++, but technically none of us can see visible evidence that you can do anything beyond creating a GUI layout in Qt's XML. If you actually have something to show us in a million years from now when we're all dead, only then I will take interest in this project of yours, but right now I can hardly call it a "project" of any kind.

I don't mean to be rude I'm just being honest with you.If you wonder why so many people are asking about this thing and if it is actually being updated, they are asking that because of what you are unintentionally false-advertising. If this is a "concept" (whatever that means) that won't get anywhere, I have no idea what there even is to discuss. Instead of making everyone realize you are smart that you know C++, and getting us all to hope for something that most likely will never come into existence, keep these things to yourself at least until you have something real and ready to show us.

If there is anyone who reminds me how much we need Robert back in action, at full speed ahead, it's you. Because Robert worked his ass off, and until josh graduates we're stuck with you and a few others who get nothing done [correct me if I'm wrong, IDK, this is partially my assumption]. Anyway we're still screwed by Robert's lesser activity and from what it seems you, as microscopic as your contributions have been, had the audacity to verbally attack Robert of all people, I mean, you made a single grain of sand, he made a mansion, yet you seriously think this text editor is going to stand a chance against all Robert has done. I don't mean any harm in saying these things but I'm just warning you that if we ever get a contributer like Robert again whoever they might be, please don't scare them away with zero respect and no appreciation. It would suck for us. And it would suck for you. Self-destructive.

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Off-Topic / Re: My Random Artwork...
« on: November 30, 2013, 09:11:58 pm »
I'm putting my other projects on hold as this one is being started.

Pleasant dreams. Sleep well for eternity.



There is no escape. All is lost from you.



Since GameMaker:Studio's 3D sucks so bad, a lot
of pre-rendered animations will be implemented
such as this one. It helps visually for the players.



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Does this game just not appeal to anyone?

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Proposals / Re: New Export Options
« on: November 28, 2013, 12:08:38 am »
Hey, out of curiosity, I know some of these platforms may be easy to add, but are they really being considered though? When, by a rough estimate, would these be officially implemented?

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Off-Topic / Re: My Random Artwork...
« on: November 26, 2013, 08:01:12 pm »
The image above was pre-rendered with Sweet Home 3D - http://www.sweethome3d.com/

This is the actual scene above being rendered in real-time via GameMaker:Studio.


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Off-Topic / Fear of the Unknown
« on: November 23, 2013, 04:57:00 pm »
THE DEMON OF LUST
Discover what almost killed you. How you
survived is yet to be known.




OUJIA WALL
Need a hint? Ask the Oujia Wall for answers.
Though remember, playing with fire may burn.




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General ENIGMA / Re: Skeletal Animation
« on: November 19, 2013, 09:09:07 am »
Speaking of tweening - what the heck is that?

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Works in Progress / Re: Real Men Wear Pink HD
« on: November 19, 2013, 08:05:45 am »
The full version is now available for purchase onto any Android device from the Amazon AppStore for just 99ยข. The free lite version for Android is currently being updated. I will post the update here when it's ready. Until then if you are unsure about whether you want to buy the full version, the full version is freeware for Windows; it runs precisely on Windows as it does on Android. Mac and Ubuntu users - it is freeware for your desktops as well, but is yet to be released.

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Works in Progress / Re: Real Men Wear Pink HD
« on: November 18, 2013, 08:52:02 pm »
Hi egofree, check out the OP under "How to play" there are now more control
options provided for you and everyone else who might find this useful. You
weren't the only guy suggesting this so I figured, hey, why not? Have fun.

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Works in Progress / Re: Upcoming Games
« on: November 18, 2013, 04:52:18 pm »







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Issues Help Desk / zlib1.dll missing
« on: November 15, 2013, 06:57:15 pm »
I didn't have this problem until the most recent windows update. Games can't run, debug, or compile once it's done building and it tries to execute it throws an error saying zlib1.DLL is missing so I get that DLL and put it in the same directory as the output exe and then it gives me another error stating there is something wrong with zlib, thus preventing me from using enigma all together. I don't know how to get around this I tried even an empty room game and had the same issues.

LateralGM used to be able to convert GMX folders into EGM, GM81, etc and it worked well. Now I can't do that either it saves the output format as just an empty, 0 byte file for gmks and for egms the file size grows indicating a conversion process but it stops at like 57,000 KB assuming it was done saving in the new format I tried loading the egm in lgm and got an empty resource tree. Tried unzipping it with 7zip and found it was an invalid archive.

Please help. Thanks.
TKG