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Developing ENIGMA / The benefits of Visual Studio's compiler?
« on: September 05, 2014, 12:46:18 pm »
I know we already beat GMStudio's game performance by a landslide but they are using Visual Studio for both their interpreted and YYC C++ runners. We use MinGW which is called "Min" for a reason. What would be the benefits if a dev got Visual Studio's trial and ported ENIGMA with it before the expiration date? I know no one here is willing to buy Visual Studio, and the free version (not counting the Express Edition) is for noncommercial evaluation purposes only.

Would this be a game performance boost on Windows?

Would this make game file sizes smaller on Windows?

Would it help us pave the way to making appstore-ready Windows 8 apps?

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Works in Progress / Flippy Bored Multiplayer HD
« on: September 02, 2014, 08:53:03 pm »
Screenshots







Downloads

[DOWNLOAD FOR WINDOWS]
[DOWNLOAD FOR LINUX]
[MORE FREE GAMES]


Product Features

•Official website - www.timekillergames.weebly.com
•Beat your opponent by collecting more gold in all 9 levels
•Pre-rendered, crisp, beautiful, colorful HD graphics and visuals
•Smooth and steady difficulty slope; easy to play; hard to master
•This is NOT your average flappy bird clone; there's a twist
•Challenging obstacles to keep you coming back for more
•Flip and flap you're way to wealth before your frireds do


Product Description

Flip the bird and his friend Flap the bird were very bored. So bored that they came up with a silly game. So here's the rules; 1) collect gold until there's none left, 2) collect more than your opponent, 3) you can't ever stop flying AND flipping, and 4) You can't touch ANYTHING but the gold! Can you handle this bizarre competition? Or will you feel the burn in your bum? Have fum!

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Off-Topic / I love Linux
« on: August 17, 2014, 02:42:08 pm »
I now have two machines all to myself, one running Windows 7 and the other running Ubuntu 14.0. I'm beginning to really love Linux. Windows and Mac take like 8 minutes or more to boot, and about 4 to shut down. Ubuntu boots and shuts down in less than a minute. I also really like the taskbar. When you have like ten huge windows open every bit of screen area counts, especially if you need to see multiple of those windows simultaneously. The new Ubuntu taskbar auto-hides when not in use which really helps me take advantage of every pixel to clutter. I love how Qt is shipped with OS, which leaves zero need to redistribute tons of dll's like you have to for Windows and Mac Qt apps.

What do you like about Linux? :D

64
Issues Help Desk / Linux Requirements
« on: August 13, 2014, 12:57:27 pm »
What flavors of Linux does ENIGMA officially support? I know Ubuntu and Mint are, any others? Does it work on ALL major distros? Is is version spevific? IE works only on Ubuntu 12.10 or above? These things are important to know before anyone will consider ENIGMA for real Linux development.

65
Works in Progress / Cabin Fever Escape 3D
« on: August 07, 2014, 07:25:18 pm »
Videos

[OFFICIAL GAMEPLAY SPOILER]


Screenshots







Downloads

[DOWNLOAD FOR WINDOWS]
[DOWNLOAD FOR MACINTOSH]
[DOWNLOAD FOR LINUX]
[MORE FREE GAMES]


Product Features

•Official website - www.timekillergames.weebly.com
•General parody of the typical low-budget escape game
•Poorly modeled, poorly textured, poorly materialed visuals
•Find all strangely hidden keys before the cabin rental expires
•Original repetitive banjo soundtrack by Jared Johnson
•Beautiful title screen animation text that is not legible
•A really stinky surprise for the whole family to enjoy


Product Description

Oh no! You're locked in your vacation cabin! Escape the cabin fever in this point-and-click escape game based on a real vacation cabin in Louis Mountain, Virginia (US). This would have been an online game, so you wouldn't have to download anything, but, it runs way too slow online so much that it's not playable. Since you download the files locally on your computer, the game should run properly.

66
Issues Help Desk / Qt "Step" Event?
« on: August 05, 2014, 07:24:19 pm »
I have no idea how to use Qt's wonky, over-complicated (for no reason) event system.

I want to do this every step:
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void testfunc()
{
        if (test2!=2)
            test1+=1;

        if (test1>=600)
            test2=1;

        if (test2==1)
        {
            sound1.play();
            sound1.setLoops(-1);
            test1=0;
            test2=2;
        }
}

This is my entire cpp (HTML application):
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#include <QApplication>
#include "html5applicationviewer.h"
#include <QSound>

int test1;
int test2;
QSound sound1("assets/assets/game.wav");

void testfunc()
{
        if (test2!=2)
            test1+=1;

        if (test1>=600)
            test2=1;

        if (test2==1)
        {
            sound1.play();
            sound1.setLoops(-1);
            test1=0;
            test2=2;
        }
}

int main(int argc, char *argv[])
{
    QApplication app(argc, argv);

    Html5ApplicationViewer viewer;
    viewer.setOrientation(Html5ApplicationViewer::ScreenOrientationAuto);
    viewer.showExpanded();
    viewer.loadFile(QLatin1String("assets/index.html"));
    QSound::play("assets/assets/splash.wav");
    test1=0;
    test2=0;

    return app.exec();
}

I've googled all over. nowhere seems to be giving me a reasonable fix that makes any sense to me. I hate this QTimer and QObject crap  have no idea how to use Timers they're so complicated for no reason.

Please help.
Boobs.

67
Off-Topic / Share Your Music
« on: August 02, 2014, 06:52:44 pm »
Share either music you listen to and/or music you wrote yourself. I'll start off with my personal creations.

Well if there's one thing I benefited from religion, is that it scared the crap out of me. I recently uploaded a re-creation of all my horror music on YouTube for anyone who's interested. I'm looking to sell these tracks and more on iTunes, SoundCloud, etc. and would like some opinions. If you guys don't like what you hear then I'm also considering to make them royalty free or public domain. Let me know what you think! :D

http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLTUMODgBRjDm1HPklflDUQIXn8_cEgY5i

Cheers.

68
Off-Topic / No rush
« on: August 02, 2014, 06:06:04 pm »
I realize now I've been coming across as very needy and I've been basically harassing you guys to add features and fix bugs, I just wanted to apologise for that. You guys have enough to worry about I shouldn't press anything. You guys have been doing great. This isn't another appreciation topic I just want to be more aware of how I'm coming across. And I'll try to tone down the.cursing a bit Harri, you're right about how it reflects on the community in a bad way for first time guests.

Cheers.

69
Programming Help / Creating a HtmlView control on Linux
« on: July 31, 2014, 08:47:06 pm »
*Windows has by default an IE based ActiveX control for embeding HTML in dialogs.
*Macintosh has by default a Safari based control for embeding HTML in dialogs.
*WTF is the Linux equivalent? Me needs it.

Blitzmax doesn't have a WebView control on Linux, it's more of a raw text viewer than anything. They said this is because Linux has no equivalent. If Linux does have one I assume it's Firefox based but I've googled everywhere and can't find shit. If ENIGMA supported a Linux WebView control, I would trash Blitzmax (other than for Mac use) and use ENIGMA right way.

70
Off-Topic / NakedPaulToast
« on: July 29, 2014, 02:11:55 pm »
Anyone else notice the vast ignorance of this stupid weirdo from the GMC? He's literally oblivious to everything. I don't want to go into details as to witness his idiocy was far to much to handle and I'd rather not remember this guy. Just wondering if anyone else noticed, with no surprises I'm expecting at least one other person here to agree. NPT is literally like a full grown, gender-changed honey boo boo and it's giving me a rash. A confused, brainwashed vegetable.

71
Works in Progress / Kimi Kini
« on: July 20, 2014, 10:14:23 pm »


I am working on a lot of projects now, but this one is on the top of my priority list for the time being. This game will be a anime/chibi art-styled platformer. Kimi has three forms; blonde hair / normal form, black hair / gothic form, and white hair / angelic form. Normal form is the default you'll need to pick up items to temporarily change to gothic or angelic form. Angelic & gothic form have opposite ability pros and cons. Normal form is an even ballence between the two. This is what Kimi looks like in the title screen:



Which obviously isn't chibi, it's "regular" anime. But in the actual gameplay, to make the art easier to produce, what with all the animation and stuff, she'll be chibi style. Google image "chibi" if you are confused. Kimi proudly wear her biniki in honor of the best time of year, the summer, no matter how cold it gets, with no blankets to snuggle in. Join her in her quest to stop an anonymous evil force from throwing planet earth into an eternal winter. The artwork you see right now as well as everything to come in this topic I did from scratch and is my property.

Boobs.

72
Introduction - Why I Chose Portable Ubuntu

I'm using Portable Ubuntu to test my games made with GMStudio. It's basically the same thing as running Ubuntu inside a Virtual Box, but it's much easier to install and to work with when switching between Windows and Ubuntu plus it runs with literally zero lag, whereas in Virtual Box I can't test my Ubuntu games at all due to running at 1 frame per second.


The Problem - Portable Ubuntu is Outdated

The only downside to it, it hasn't been updated since 2011 if I remember right, and that means it will only run Ubuntu 10.4 or older. GMStudio games in theory should work, though it is targeted for only Ubuntu 12.10 or later, there still might be hope. This is the absolute best way to run Ubuntu within and beside an existing Windows OS, I'd hate to ignore it given the possibility it might still run my games with a couple small tweaks.


The Possible Solution - Installing *.SO Libraries


So I run my game by double clicking the Linux App, nothing appears. To investigate I try opening the game in the terminal. This error appears
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pubuntu@pubuntu:~$ /home/pubuntu/Desktop/GAMES/RMWP/RMWP
/home/pubuntu/Desktop/GAMES/RMWP/RMWP: error while loading shared libraries: libopenal.so.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
So to fix this I install ENIGMA's dependencies since that includes "libopenal.so.1"
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sudo apt-get install g++ zlib1g-dev libglu1-mesa-dev libalure-dev libvorbisfile3 libvorbis-dev libdumb1-dev
Which is great because that fixed the issue. But here's a new issue that now I'm stuck at:
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pubuntu@pubuntu:~$ /home/pubuntu/Desktop/GAMES/RMWP/RMWP
/home/pubuntu/Desktop/GAMES/RMWP/RMWP: error while loading shared libraries: libssl.so.1.0.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory


Conclusion - Need Some Assistance (Please?)

I've Google'd for 6+ hours attempting to install through the terminal or any other way possible "libssl.so.1.0.0" which appears to be available nowhere on the internet. I tried this in the terminal
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sudo apt-get update
apt-cache policy libssl-dev
sudo apt-get install libssl-dev
It installed "libssl.so", but I don't need that, I need "libssl.so.1.0.0". I also tried many variations of something like this
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sudo apt-get install libssl1.0.0 libssl-dev
But everything I tried brought no expected results. Please help! I'm documenting everthing I do with this so I can make a tutorial for someone who isn't banned to post for me on the GMC on how to make your GMS games run in Portable Ubuntu with minimal setup hassle. It could be a major benefit to all Ubuntu GM users everywhere.

Thanks.
Boobs

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I'd like to install a Linux OS that is specifically something other than Ubuntu. I want it to not replace my Windows 7 but rather dual boot with it side-by-side, so I can select which to boot in every time I turn on my PC. I don't want an *.iso disk image file, I want an exe installer similar to Wubi (an Ubuntu installer exe) but to install a non-Ubuntu Linux OS so I can test my "Ubuntu" GMS games and see if they work on non-Ubuntu OS's. YYG said their Ubuntu module (even though it is only targeted to specifically run on and cater to Ubuntu) can also run games on non-Ubuntu Linux OS's and I want to test how well they work and investigate the level of compatibility there is with GMS games on different Linux OS's.

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Works in Progress / My Games Are Now On Linux! (via GMS)
« on: July 15, 2014, 07:46:25 pm »
No thanks to a certain bug-loaded GM clone,
I finally managed to port my games to Linux!

Real Men Wear Pink HD
Man Boobs Are Candy Corn HD
Attack of the Naked Blockheads 3D

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Off-Topic / WINE & Crossover
« on: July 15, 2014, 11:45:24 am »
So wine can let you run old delphi-based GM 8.1 games, correct? Are there any exceptions in what it can and can't do on linux regarding GM 8.1 exes? Also I realize in order to run my games on Linux without any Wine or external installer and actually "convert" the windows exe to a legit standalone Linux app, I need to buy crossover which basically is wine based but fills in the gaps to make it standalone / no need for terminal commands or 3rd party installs, just double click and run it by itself.

Is all of this correct? I want to know a few things before I go through the trouble of porting my projects downgraded from GMS to 8.1 AND purchase crossover. I would post this at the crossover and/or wine forums but this is specifically about porting GM 8.1 games.

Thanks.

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