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Code Fox

Member Since 24 Nov 2011
Offline Last Active Aug 11 2016 03:03 PM

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Code Snippets > How To Edit 'Craft The World' Game Files

Posted 28 June 2016

Craft The World is in interesting hybrid of Gnomoria and Terraria .
The main game files can not be altered ( yet ), however all of the resource files can be accessed and changed.
( IE: creatures, dwarves, behaviors, crafting recipes, textures, sound, animations, items, armor, weapons, money, e.t.c. ) To get into the files, you will need to instal...

Code Snippets > Virtual Reality (VR) - Nothing New Here Folks

Posted 05 May 2016

I keep reading all the hype about "VR", and every time I wish I could lecture the author about how almost nothing is actually new or innovative. A lot the technology surrounding VR has it's roots almost 40 years ago ! Here is a short history lesson:
1950's - first experimentation in virtual reality called "Sensorama".

Code Snippets > I Want To Live In The City of Glass

Posted 28 April 2016

I am always interested seeing all the unique and creative designs game developers come up with for their city. My favorite architecture styles would have to be modernist , brutalist , and classic futurist .
After watching some beta game play footage of Mirror's Edge Catalyst , I completely fell in love with the design and layout of City Of Glass.
It has...

Code Snippets > NeoCities Is Not Even Close To GeoCities

Posted 22 April 2016

I hate being mislead ... I REALLY hate being mislead by folks who leverage nostalgia to their advantage.
I present to you: Neocities. This web hosting service is claiming to recreate the "good old days" of GeoCities ! The problem is, I am one of the folks who actually used GeoCities a lot before Yahoo bought them out. In the old GeoCities, you c...

Code Snippets > How To Easily Stop The Steam Processes On Windows

Posted 10 January 2016

Steam, and all of it's child processes, may not seem like much for those that have fast internet and a higher end computer, but for me and many others it can be a pain in the arse.
Steam ( and it's child processes ) tends to eat up a lot of my RAM, and continuously attempts to download large 'updates' that kills my turtle speed internet ( no, I can not c...