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Discussion in 'General Entropia Universe Discussion' started by McCormick, Mar 9, 2015.
haha that feels like the space courier missions in panel 1 and the nothing in panel 3 followed by the we working on space in panel 4 and the most recent AMA in panel 6.
Seriously McCormick you absolutely nailed MA in one graphic there. Well done! It's even an infinite loop.
And taming. And land plots. And voting. And a president of VR. And the Gathering profession. And tailoring. And Compet. And the ICO. Let's face it, barely anything announced by MA was delivered as promised. They just come up with a new scam, and people keep drinking the coolaid.
Sometimes I think the one thing MA need is to employ someone who can answer the question: "Is this actually fun?"
Of course I say need... I don't think fun is something they particularly care about. This is why discussion of other games was banned on their forum. It's a little bit like North Korea in that aspect... control the press, don't allow dissent, try to keep everyone in the dark that there are better/cheaper games to spend your time on.
Actually on the "fun thing",... I started playing Shenzhen IO last night (it seems to be a game about writing assembly code and playing solitaire...). The company you work for kinda make cheapo electronics. Kinda imagining now making MA a little box that always says "No" when they ask if what they are doing is fun.
there is a -66% offer on steam for another 12 hours, if you google shenzhen io...
sadly it stopped working for me after the 3rd buy, even when logged out from steam. this made my fuckin day!!!!
BUILD CIRCUITS. WRITE CODE. RTFM.
best game in my life! and best 5€ invested EVER.
Yeh I picked it up in the same sale. I've not played much but have liked it so far. Actually just been doing some RTFM! :D
If you like it, there are other games by Zachtronics that might be up your street (Tis 100 maybe?). There was one (exapunks) where there is a gameboy in the game you can program and actually you can get a free download of just the gameboy part of the game, where you can try out all the programs other people have written for it. I lost an evening to that the other week. Love how people have implemented the Zelda and Mario theme tunes on it! It's kinda cool how the games are somehow encoded in PNG image files. So you download an image of what looks like a cartridge but when you drag and drop it into the game (emulator?) it brings up runable code.
Speaking of which, @McCormick you work in a school right? Zachtronics | Zachademics
@theProphet Fell into a bit of a Shenzhen hole last night haha. Was trying to make the esports sign with only 3 of the cheapest microcontrollers. Was quite pleased I managed to get the 2 inverted square waves down to 4 lines of code. I've almost got the other stuff nailed but keep running out of program space. 9 lines really isn't when you are trying to do a pattern.
I discovered that if you need to set two outputs to zero at the same time you can save a line of code by copying one to the other. Initially I thought this was a bug then remembered that the output/input configuration of those pins is defined by if you read or write to them so a copy immediately switches the source to an input, and if there is nothing attached you get a zero.
I've not yet encountered anywhere I can use this though... maybe later.