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Wow, those tiles look pretty nice. I am looking forward to seeing all of them together in action  :thumbsup:
But aren't you still missing a connector for the wooden fences?
Quote from: mazhat on June 24, 2017, 02:34:17 PM
Please by all means keep the code closed source for now.
Just keep developing.
Quote from: kotu on June 22, 2017, 07:42:47 PM
For example I can't let my game Tach Chess be open source, as then people would be able to change the rules, etc
It's not impossible to hack into closed source programs. Also, isn't being able to modify rules and tweaking things actually a good thing? (as long as we are not talking about cheating human vs human like in computer games)
Clipping allows the sprite to be outside of the screen. So, it can render half a sprite if the other half is outside of the screen (for example x=-8).
If you, for example, write a tile engine with smooth scrolling, you want to use clipped functions (at least for the outside tiles) in order to be able to let them go smoothly out of the screen.
However, clipping requires checking whether the coordinates are out of the screen or not, which makes it slower.
So, you got to decide whether the thing you draw might go off the screen or not, and based on that decide if you need clipping or not. If not needed, you could in theory always use clipping but as I said this will be slower.
Great work on that map editor @123outerme ! Always helps being able to write tools which simplify your life, after all this is the spirit of programming ^^
Looking forward to see some nice maps made with this.
Do you edit the maps also with the mouse or just with the keyboard?
Besides that, I wouldn't really recommend getting a calculator for programming. First, you still have projects going on on the calculator you already own. Second, don't give that capitalistic calculator companies more money than they already have, and third, calculator programming doesn't really have a future other than being that nerd kid which (if you are talented) makes crazy stuff on the calculator.
Casio fx9860-GII master race.
Gaming / Re: Ravenfield
June 08, 2017, 06:55:32 PM
[spoiler]This topic is in Home -> CodeWalrus -> Featured Member Projects -> gLib 3D polygon library....
Does it really belong here? :P
This is the original topic:
The forum search only searches in the subforums you are currently active in, so you should go to Home when searching an old topic.[/spoiler]

Anyway, thanks for keeping us up to date on this interesting game!
Randomness / Re: Walrii storytelling!
June 06, 2017, 07:08:21 AM
the sun went down, and the moon showed itself to the explorers and :walrii:'s. Hit by the Moonshine, they now looked drunk and dizzy...
Randomness / Re: Walrii storytelling!
June 04, 2017, 12:48:43 PM
To finally explode in a giant fireball. The explorers now witnessed the birth of 42 new :walrii:, while Douglas Adams smiled in a corner. He had long discovered the true meaning of life, which lead to him...
Other / Re: Your IQ - Take the test now <3
June 03, 2017, 08:19:05 AM
Quote from: aeTIos on June 02, 2017, 09:37:15 PM
I'm no fan of these tests. They give off a sense of validity even though they are just poo. Intelligence can not be tested in 15 minutes by an online test. To really test someones intelligence they need to be seen by a  qualified professional with a standardized test.
And even then, IQ doesn't really say that much about a persons intelligence.

*420th post*
Randomness / Re: Walrii storytelling!
May 31, 2017, 07:48:21 AM somehow floated 3cm above the surface of ground and made the same noise which meditators do when in lotus position...
Randomness / Re: Walrii storytelling!
May 30, 2017, 01:42:26 PM
...said the pink fluffy unicorn dancing on rainbows: however, what it couldn't know was that the :walrii:-translator actually had a giant bug.

Nobody knew it, but the :walrii: actually meant...
I dont even know what you mean... Seriously  ???
Myths say some people spread LSD + DMSO on their calculator keypad to increase creativity, but then again Nicholas Sand says it isn't active trandermally and it also decomposes when exposed to sunlight and air.
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