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azonicrider

Member Since 27 Jun 2012
Offline Last Active Apr 26 2014 03:10 AM
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Topics I've Started

Can't grave dig. Servant, Hodgeman, Swiftcoder, attn please

23 March 2014 - 11:48 PM

Almost two years ago, I made this topic: http://www.gamedev.net/topic/630293-these-computers-dont-make-sense/page-2

 

Since I've learned alot more about computers, I thought I'd return to this.

 

What a fool I am.

 

It turns out the ONLY single component better on the first computer, is the graphics card.

 

Let me go into higher detail this time:

 

computer 1#:

Windows XP

2 GB DDR

Low-end Pentium 4 with no HT

integrated Sound Max card

Radeon x300 128 MB

 

 

computer 2#:

Windows Vista

4 GB DDR2

AMD Athlon dual-core 5600

7.1 audio card

Nvidia Geforce 6150SE 64 MB

 

 

Its just a mind-fuck, that a 4 years older computer has a better graphics card.

 

I am worthy of any name-calling over my stupidity in my previous thread.

 

 


What is the ratio here?

24 November 2013 - 03:32 PM

Over this year, I've completely lost interest in PC gaming and developing for PCs. I've returned to consoles.

 

Regardless of that, I've remained interested in game development.

 

So I wonder, how many of you develop for consoles? seems this site is kinda dedicated towards developing for PCs, but I can't be sure. This site is great, but as I've transitioned to consoles, I don't want to be the lone one here.

 

Currently learning the PS Vita SDK, to get ready for the Vita TV.

 

 


Did you hear the news?

19 November 2013 - 08:55 PM

The Xbox One has 480p support!!:

 

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That forum poster has some serious skills with predicting the future.


Fellow Windows users

30 January 2013 - 08:49 PM

I am currently working on a Python game project. I want to test it on a computer without Python installed, as it should work without needing a Python installation.

 

My 7 and Vista computers both have multiple Python versions installed, so running the project on those doesn't give me a straight answer of if its Python dependent.

 

If anyone Pythonless, has the time to download the folder, un-zip it, then run main.exe:https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B8yyQQd93Xz6NTNGS2VYTEdNVVE/edit

 

You should see a small 20x20 tile in front of a brown background.


Once you go OO, you never go back?

19 December 2012 - 08:59 AM

I was scared to jump into object oriented programming, and avoided it for months when I first began programming. But once I began programming in an OO way, I never wanted to go back to the old days of declaring variables and functions outside of classes.

I guess my questions are:
-Is this average?
-Are there any modern games, that aren't programmed in an OO way?

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