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Thread: Looking for help testing my game

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    Default Looking for help testing my game

    This is a project that I've been working on for a few years now, and I think it's at a point where some playtesting would be beneficial. You can read all about it at the game's website. If there's interest (and everyone isn't too busy with HoN) I'll schedule a test sometime in the near future so we can all get together.

    Screenshots (slightly old, but you get the idea):






    More can be found here: http://www.coldestgame.com/site/image

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    Any benchmarking mode for this game?

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    Not yet, but it's on my to do list. Would be useful for me when I'm tweaking performance too.

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    hey not half bad ma man. props

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    Good lord sir im running through a dependency tree XD.
    Last edited by L33F3R; 08-25-2009 at 01:21 PM.

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    Good lord sir im running through a dependency tree XD.
    mhmm. Though you get that from time to time running debian stable.

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    Why do you need 3 downloads with 99% of the same files? Just add all binaries to one zip like all others do (look at nexuiz for example).

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    Quote Originally Posted by cybertron View Post
    Not yet, but it's on my to do list. Would be useful for me when I'm tweaking performance too.
    Let me know when there is, then I am interested

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    I'm downloading right now from the screen shots it seems pretty good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kano View Post
    Why do you need 3 downloads with 99% of the same files? Just add all binaries to one zip like all others do (look at nexuiz for example).
    I thought about it, but for some reason that has always rubbed me the wrong way, probably because I never install a game in Windows if it runs on Linux, so having to download two files is just one of those minor, niggling annoyances. Maybe I'm unusual that way though. I suppose I could continue providing the full downloads, and also provide a binaries-only version for people who want to reuse the downloaded files though. That way people like me have only one file to download and people who want to reuse the files can. Will keep that in mind in the future.

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    The reason is simple, if you have got multi boot systems with 32 and 64 bit and maybe even Win, you only need to download 1 file. And that's not really a rare case.

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