I deleted my little Resident Evil game i've been making with RPG maker thinking it was the files i'd been chopping the door opening scenes from and i nearly cried. I tried 3 programs i found on Google before i found that one and they were taking ages before 1 of them found the files but they were apparently broke and the other 2 said they found them without showing me unless i gave them £30.
That File Scavenger took seconds and the file was on my screen, it was broken like the other said because all the scripts had been split up but File Scav doesn't play them noob games he finds every bit and fixes it for you.
I know i sound like its mine and i'm promoting it but its not lol it really has just saved me about 30 hours of tedium i would have never got round to doing again and if it had a dick i would su....let owa lass suck it
After looking at MX Simulator a bit i downloaded the demo. I hated it instantly, i spent half an hour falling off at every corner and calling it names and stuff.
I went on their forum as a last straw before i deleted it and seen a thread with tips for set ups and what all the settings did and the game changed, corners weren't impossible anymore, still hard lol but i could get round them on two wheels, i'm thinking about buying the full game now.
The game is a proper challenge but it's rewarding, and the graphics are way better than i first gave them credit for Watch this vid after the iffy start, they make it look much easier than it is
Just putting this here about car mods on GTA, i'm not an expert on scripts but i know a lil bit, enough you won't illegally search my shit.....
When people say there is nothing in the games files to say car modifications have any effect on performance so therefore they're all cosmetic, that doesn't make it fact. Variables can be called from anywhere in the code and triggers can easily be hidden, especially if real money can be used to buy them.
Example for a spoiler modification: People will obviously look for variables (changes) for each spoiler in the spoilers files, but a variable could just as easily be 'triggered' instead of being 'called' from elsewhere in the files.
Instead of having a line of code for every spoiler for every car in every class there could be set lines of code to be called upon/triggered by the spoilers specific name being added to your cars file, a small, medium, large spoiler could each have the same variable effect on a cars performance regardless of class so they can be kept hidden anywhere in a file away from any car files.
In other words, just say you add a 'small' spoiler in LSC, that spoiler doesn't seem to have any numerical changes in its files. There could easily be a constant variable check hidden away and it checks your cars file quicker than you can blink 100 times waiting for that spoilers name to be added to it and when it does thats when the numerical change triggers, and it doesn't even have to be numbers, it could be hidden anywhere.
But people could be right, they could all be cosmetic. All i know is tyre's most definitely are not, but the files say they're all the same.....
Just back from the local supermarket. One Direction (the biggest band in the world apparently!) are playing at Murrayfield Stadium tonight, which is just a stones throw from my house (Yay, free music: D'oh, 1D suck ass) and the supermarket was heaving with teeny boppers. And there was this Glaswegian woman at the checkout, in full 1D regalia, trying to buy a bottle of tonic wine. "I've no goat any I.D, what wid I need I.D for, I'm fucking 32 years auld... - excuse me pal (to me), what age do I look to you?"
My reply. " Well, you dress as if you are 14 so I can understand getting I.D'd."
Post by princesskelly84 on Jul 7, 2014 17:10:30 GMT
Ref, I was thinking about our talk the other day about when the world goes tits up and the undead take over, and I wish to change my weapon of choice. I choose a hammer. Small, but effective. Still deciding on where to build a base though. Well, I say base, it will probably be a garden shed with some wind breakers round it. Chances of survial, minimal.
I will grab my choppin axe and my kindling axe, shove the fam in the car and high tail it down to where I work- 4min drive. Then the chainsaw, brushcutter, shears, scythe, polecutter, pitchfork, tractor with spiked loading arms, etc. etc. etc. can all come out and play
It's pretty much what they're all designed for.
We also have an array of hammers. Bit of a drive from the West Country but I can give you emergency directions.... A303- M3....
I'm wondering if there's a way of hooking our diesel tank up to the jet washer....
Post by princesskelly84 on Jul 7, 2014 20:37:59 GMT
Lol hmmmm this might take some serious thinking. And the idea of being confined in a small place with my boys is pretty unbearable lol. I wouldn't last the day. Better to keep the kids outside, that will scare the zombies off!
Oh, and I don't live over there no more, moved when I was a teenager, still sound like a twat though! Live in Kent now.
and I'm merely thinking about weapons I have to hand now. If the apocalypse hits, there won't be time to nip to B&Q lol.
Well hey! Kent also, you're saved! Advise making that BnQ trip now, you'll have to fight your way here but at least now you have a realistic safe house to aim for, (its a big one too, swimming pool and everything) (which we can obviously electrify, should they breach our outer defenses).
Don't worry about the boys, they can be locked in the castle basement with mine. We needn't even tell em when its over. Give em an extra day or so and open up the wine cellar...
Post by princesskelly84 on Jul 8, 2014 11:39:41 GMT
Small world, is there where we find out we live in the same town and we frequent the same Tescos lol. Well im in Ashford, and im guessing because you said castle you are near Dover or Canterbury? Castle will be an adequate hideout, nice, sterdy, and secure We can be selective then, no point sharing out our chick peas to just anyone!