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  1. Try my Unity3D browser based game, comments wanted

    RoyP, do you think the profile selection menu looking this way makes it easier to see that more than just avatar is changing? [URL=][IMG][/IMG][/URL]
  2. Try my Unity3D browser based game, comments wanted

    [quote name='TheeLord' timestamp='1354836346' post='5007922'] It's a lot like tetris and the basics are easy to understand, but it seems pretty deep with the different color pieces etc... Interesting idea, if it's still around in a few months maybe I'll stumble on it again =) [/quote] My role models for this were Tetris and Meteos. I've been working on variations of this game idea off and on for 10 years, so you probably will. ;)
  3. Try my Unity3D browser based game, comments wanted

    I'm curious if you noticed the two lower difficulty profiles Easy and Simple. I tried to make them stand out. The senator has to think quickly. His life is all about making rapid decisions. One of the three top speed lives to play as.
  4. Try my Unity3D browser based game, comments wanted

    Thanks for the feedback. When you say tiles clear themselves, do you mean that they disapear or that the icons disapear leaving a blank, worthless piece? I tried adding a scrollbar to the selection menu. do you think is more obvious than the arrows? [url=""][img][/img][/url]
  5. Try my Unity3D browser based game, comments wanted

    Updated the build so events don't popup by default.
  6. Try my Unity3D browser based game, comments wanted

    Part of the idea for the events was to let the player make it more difficult risk/reward. Some events have selections, like getting married. Get married and live longer (unless the spouse dies) but marriage adds complications (more of the harmful unknown pieces).
  7. Try my Unity3D browser based game, comments wanted

    There are two options for how to play: With/without the events. Auto show events. Auto show off will still have the events happen but the user doesn't have to interact with them. The events are what make the game more difficult (speeding up pieces, increasing the rate of harmful pieces, etc). Do you think that it should start with auto show off?
  8. Try my Unity3D browser based game, comments wanted

    Thanks for the input. Somebody else said that about the tutorial, I just don't know how to go about fitting that in. The game is about living a life, no actual progression like with PvZ. Just pick somebody to live as. I have ideas for a story mode but that will never happen without art.
  9. Try my Unity3D browser based game, comments wanted

    Was it not obvious that the tutorial was just a selection that could be changed with the arrows?
  10. A while ago I made a puzzle game with XNA. I've now fixed up some issues people had the last time I posted here, ported it to Unity, got it working from browers and need people to give it a try. Browser Version: [url=""][/url] [url=""][img][/img][/url] [url=""][img][/img][/url] [url=""][img][/img][/url] I'd like to know if you can figure out how to play, is it fun, what is it missing (besides actual art). Does it work on your machine? Notice anything wierd or wrong? Comments are appreciated.
  11. Setting up a build machine

    This was resolved by changing paths and using devenv /useenv / to use the new settings.
  12. Setting up a build machine

    End result will be one compiler installed to view and run as default (if possible). Specific projects require a different compiler. For these instances the secondary not installed compiler would be used. Paths or whatever would be changed in the command line by a script to run with the secondary from it's location in the source tree.
  13. I'm trying to set up a Visual Studio build machine so that it can run command line builds with different compilers. The point is to not have to install the compilers. Everything needed is supposed to be put into the source tree and run from there. All I want to do is run a command that specifies what to build with and where it is at. How would I do this? I've been running around in circles checking msdn but haven't figured anything out. I don't typically do much with command line so I am rather lost here.
  14. Issue resolved: SetWindowPos needed HWND_NOTOPMOST.
  15. I did that but ended up with the same result. SetWindowPos(g_hwnd, HWND_TOP, g_stWindowPos.left,, g_dwWidth + GetSystemMetrics(SM_CXFRAME)*2, g_dwHeight + GetSystemMetrics(SM_CYFRAME)*2, SWP_SHOWWINDOW | SWP_FRAMECHANGED);