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Proposals / Request: Cursor Lock
« on: February 01, 2014, 05:30:51 PM »
This would be great for my game or pretty much any game with first person 3D mouse look. A way to draw the cursor in the center of the game window and keep it drawn there without it technically always being there.

In other words, 3D mouse look is usually done in ENIGMA / GM by setting the cursor to the center of the window every step, and between each step the mouse_x/y values changed is then used to rotate the 3D projection like a camera. But in between each step if the cursor is set to visible it will look retarded because in between each step the cursor moves away from the center coordinates. Usually this is dealt with by keeping the cursor invisible and using a crosshair sprite drawn ortho to the center of the screen.

But I'd like to not use a sprite, I'd strongly prefer using the actual cursor. So I thought, is there a way to draw the current cursor to the center of the window at all times, even when it technically isn't there in between steps when moved?

Something like this is what I'd like to have...

Code: [Select]
//Locks the cursor to the center of screen
//Arg1/2 are ignored when Arg0 is 0/false
//Arg0 (bool) - lock cursor? 0 or 1 / true or false
//Arg1 (real) - X screen coordinate
//Arg2 (real) - Y screen coordinate

I think this isn't that hard to add I hope someone could do this for me <3

Works in Progress / Dungeon Blabber
« on: January 28, 2014, 09:56:43 AM »
Dungeon Blabber... a classic pre-rendered 3D, first-person, point-and-click, puzzle, adventure game with well-known, old-school, Myst-like gameplay. Not to be released for quite some time as this is my first "serious" project that I fully intend to work on until it's complete and spotless. What do you guys think? =)

« on: January 24, 2014, 07:36:29 PM »
I dedicate this song to Robert out of thanks for him and what he's been doing for this community but above all remind him that he is the biggest faggot I've ever seen. Thank you man! We love your red weiner!

Graphics and Video / High Contrast?
« on: January 23, 2014, 01:31:51 PM »
Ye finds yeself in yon closing in spiked wall dungeon.
Only but ogre skull filled coffins to keep thy comfy.
Door be bolted shut.  How wouldst thou surviveth?

Regular Bryce 7.0 Render of my 3D scene This
one I think looks good but still kinda bland without
at least a little more contrast? At least IMHO.

Bryce Render + high contrast effect
This one to me looks better but it's hard for me to
decide if it's too much contrast, where as too much
is unrealistic and too dramatic. So which one
should I go with guys? Or something in between?

(Click images for full resolution)

Off-Topic / GM Games
« on: January 22, 2014, 01:22:59 PM »
I would share my GM games and upload them to the games
page but they are done in GM and don't work in ENIGMA.

I obliterated my reputation at gamejolt, kongregade, I'm
banned from the GMC, the YYG sandbox is dead meat,
anyone know of another good site I can upload and share
my cross-platform games? Desura and Steam are
intimidating. TIGsource doesn't actually have a way to
upload games, I'm looking into IndieDB right now I'll
get back to you guys and let you know what I think.

Issues Help Desk / GMX Reader
« on: January 07, 2014, 04:37:56 PM »
What is the most recent version of GMStudio that is most compatible with ENIGMA's GMX reader?

Off-Topic / Updates from Time Killer Games
« on: January 02, 2014, 10:28:16 PM »
My website was redesigned and looks a lot better now, still a little
bland but I can't edit the layout or decorate it that much since my
weebly account is free. Though I am considering to upgrade once
I get a job and earn some money from that.

Real Men Wear Pink HD is having some major updates on the
way. I already made those changes but have yet to publish them
which won't take long. In this topic I will post more updates over
time. Also, I have already submitted the game for review for being
published on the OUYA Store and they already accepted it but I
decided to fix the last few bugs remaining before publishing it, right
now that's done and I'm waiting for them to accept my submission
again. I'm really excited to see it on the OUYA Store and it won't be
long before I will. Thank you everyone who gave feedback on Real
Men Wear Pink HD as I have already implemented everything you
guys requested. Cheers! :D

~Time Killer Games Productions

Off-Topic / happy holidays
« on: December 29, 2013, 10:21:19 AM »
I don't want to debate further but I personally think we all can agree the Christmas holiday should take on a new name, since so many people protest to call it anything with "Christ" intentionally in it, why not give it a new name everyone could be happy with?Because hhonestly I don't that would be great I'd much rather have that than to hear "happy holidays", or open your "holiday gifts" from under your "holiday tree" because there are several different holidays out there they all have a name everyone can agree on except this one. "Holiday" is way too nonspecific honestly and I hate hearing it. So a new name I don't care if its called Evolutionmas I wouldn't complain since this holiday was initially nothing to do with Christianity, it was to my knowledge at first a marketing technique you know with Santa and whatnot, holiday shopping, you get the idea.

General ENIGMA / Should I help Develop Enigma?
« on: December 27, 2013, 01:32:22 PM »

Off-Topic / Joshua
« on: December 27, 2013, 01:23:26 PM »
Come back man I love you! =(

Off-Topic / Everyone is Always Right
« on: December 27, 2013, 11:53:36 AM »
Prepare to comment with TL;DR

I am a Christian, and a sorry excuse of one you guys all know that. But something has been giving me major doubts about whether I think God truly exists, this topic is about that.

1) Religions are always right and anyone who doesn't agree with them are going to hell

Okay, every version of Christianity (Catholics, Protestants, Jews, Mormans, etc) all believe they are going to heaven and virtually anyone who disagrees with them on who God is, or on whether He exists these people who dare disagree will be thrown into hell. I find this concept quite disturbing, and it's very hard for me to grasp why a loving God would do this. I don't know if there is more to it than that, but at a glance it doesn't seem fair.

•Catholics, specifically the most traditional ones believe in the same Bible Protestants do, but the Catholics also believe in several books that to their perspective were meant to be in the bible but the Protestants took those books out. These traditional Catholics believe Mary was sinless, just like Jesus Christ, and that they can pray to Mary, as well as many other profits besides the Trinity. So basically anyone who doesn't agree with the Catholic Bible is going to hell.

•Protestants believe everything the Catholics do minus the additional books that may or may not be a part of the sacred Word of God. They belief Jesus Christ is the I only way to God, so praying to Mary or anyone other than the Trinity is thought of as not Biblical. Which means people who do that and think they are supposed to pray to Mary, etc. they are going to hell for not believing in the right version of God. Anyone who doesn't believe in God or the right version of Him will also go to hell. The Protestant Bible, even though this is the one I personally believe to be the right version, it is just as confusing as just about any other conclusion as to how this universe came to be.

•Jews believe in only the old testimony, so they believe Protestants and Catholics are going to hell because they believe in the wrong Messiah. The real one hasn't come yet. Protestants believe salvation is a free gift that doesn't need to be earned through good works but rather by faith and a heart genuinely seeking to live for God and to love Him for what he's done. They believe we have no choice but to live in sin while on earth, because only Jesus was sinless. Jews don't believe this, they believe we can achieve favor with God and salvation from our good works, and we are capable to stop sinning. Again, anyone who doesn't agree with Jews are going to hell.

•Mormans have a faith based a vision a man had of an angel, the angel's name was Moroni, and Moroni told this guy that Christianity is a lie and not what God in tented to be labeled as his Holy Word. These people believe they can become their own God, and own and command their own gallaxies after they die. Anyone who disagrees is not going to have these rewards.

•All religions, Christianity or not, anyone who disagrees with them is going to hell. All of them think they are right and that they know everything and for all they know none of them are right.

2) Evolutionists are always right and anyone who disagrees is disagreeing with science and are ignorant morons

•Evolutionist believe based on fossil records and origins that living creatures over millions to billions of years will gradually transform from one species to the next in a way that in most cases will benefit the species if it is dominant over other species. Though it does make some sense where these guys are coming from, I've researched this and it has just as many holes in it as any religion does. You can't live for 1 million plus years so technically there is no concrete visual evidense of this unless you can go superman and warp to the future and see if anything has actually changed. Science is concrete and can actually be observed directly, it is not guess work. You can conclude by jumping that the earth has a gravitational pull, which is something that can be directly observed and tested.

Looking at fossils and every time you are disappointed because here and there you'll find a skeleton that doesn't make sense on your guesswork, you then conclude there are missing links yet to be found. FWI if evolution could be proven we'd find ton of missing links. If we find like one or two that doesn't mean anything because just about any extinct species we could call a missing link if we wanted. If we can find one species we believe adapted into something else then how come we can find any other of the several thousand variations in between? If apes evolved into us how come we see a ton of ape and human skeletons and hardly anything the could be a possible transition? I' know it's possible and it makes sense why but my point being evolution is just as likely in it's current state to be proven as fact as just about any other conclusion about how this world came together.

3) Proof of both a higher deity and the conflicting lack there of.

•People found Noah's Ark fossilized, it was the same size scripture mentioned, it was in Turkey, which is where the bible said it came to shore after the flood. Tons of fossilized animail poop, suggesting there were animals on the ship. The architecture was quite noticeable, primitive staples that held the wood together were easily identifiable. They also found primitive anchors which helped keep the boat from rocking side to side during storms. The Ark is now it's own museum in Turkey. I hear all the time at church and from friends of my family about miracles including healing of the sick and raising of the dead after being dead for more than a day praying all in between, but I've never seen this ark or these miracles first hand.

•People also found much more missing links than I initially realized and I saw photos. But just like what was supposedly proof of Christianity I never saw these things in person.

Off-Topic / Why are Mobile Games Shit?
« on: December 17, 2013, 11:31:26 PM »
So many people have bought YYG's games, we are talking hundreds of thousands here. If mobile games are the future of gaming the future of gaming is shit. Just like everyone else who shits up the appstores, YYG clearly don't deserve the attention they're getting. I particularly find buying Froad to be the dumbest use of a dollar I could think of I realized after buying it. All these GMC/sandbox geeks drool and orgasm over Mr. Karoshi and They Need To Be Fed while I for one find those two games to be almost as bad as Froad. There's several levels  (almost most of them) you can beat first try in under 30 seconds without even giving the game your full attention. Even very early Mario and Sonic games did better than that, each level on these take at least several minutes.

They Need to be Fed has only one "enemy" or way to lose in almost every level - static spikes. Early Mario and Sonic games have not just spikes but all sorts of enemies, great variety, too. Every level has several different types of enemies all act differently from one another. Almost every level introduces a new type of enemy. Old Mario and Sonic games have boss battles, none of YYG's games have this.

Why are mobile games shit?
Sure, there are a few that can take up a few hours, you can be lost or lonely and pull the thing from your pocket and bypass a few minutes of boredom.
But generally, there aren't many games on mobiles that you'd go out of your way to play.
I keep seeing game developers claiming mobile gaming is the future of gaming. If that is true it is game over for me because I am in no way gaming on some dinky phone or iPad when I have a 28" LCD and a 50" Plasma to game on. Fuck you game developers, you are writing your own future wishes against our true wishes. The real reason they say that is because it is less work for more money. It's all about the money and nothing else.

Why is it a stupid idea to publish mobile games? This is why:

I strongly recommend googling "why are mobile games shit" for more useful links and answers.

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:

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


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

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

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.

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