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Old 12-07-2006, 06:14 AM   #16
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Okay, I seriously can't stop playing this damn thing.

My newest accomplishment was an "oil garden", I had let a bunch of random plants grow, then I decided to fill the rest of the screen with oil, add a line if cera (wax) at the top (I'm not sure why) and then let it BURRRRRRN:

The fuse is lit:


I'm melting, I'm melting:
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Old 12-07-2006, 09:36 AM   #17
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That oil garden thing looks pretty cool. I tried to play this last night and couldn't do it for more than about 10 minutes.

I guess I don't have the patience to do this kind of thing.
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I see pulling this out at work where there is literally nothing else better to do.
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Old 12-07-2006, 11:00 AM   #19
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It's not blocked here at school!


There goes the day.
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Old 12-07-2006, 05:25 PM   #20
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That oil garden thing looks pretty cool. I tried to play this last night and couldn't do it for more than about 10 minutes.

I guess I don't have the patience to do this kind of thing.
I didn't even last a minute
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Old 12-07-2006, 07:08 PM   #21
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That oil garden thing looks pretty cool. I tried to play this last night and couldn't do it for more than about 10 minutes.

I guess I don't have the patience to do this kind of thing.
Yeah, it held my attention for all of 30 seconds. Good thing, too. I don't have that much time to waste.
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Re: Sand game... so addicting... *twitch*

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I found something new to be addicted to.

The falling sand game:

http://chir.ag/stuff/sand/

The game has no real object, it's just an addicting "zen garden" type toy. Falling from the top of the screen you have sand, water, salt, and oil. At the bottom, are several tools and variables at the bottom that can be used and adjusted. .........
I think I've pretty much figured out all the interactions in the game, but I. can. not. stop. playing.



What fun!!! It's wonderful!


just on a quick try i built up a bunch of walls with hills & dips to run & pool the fluids...put plants in in places where they'd follow the water walls etc added floating spoputs

weeeeeeeeeee!
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It's mercifully slow here at school. I only managed to avoid a small amount of my after school work.
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That slug thing got huge on mine.
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Here's something fun you can do with the slug....turn the water on full blast, then let the slug move under it. Then set the slug to stand still....leave it there for a while, maybe grow some plants or something....then after a minute or so, cange the slug back to move..

Enjoy
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This thing is friggin awesome! I decided try a little something



My plan here was to have the sand "color" in his hair. The water would drop down and eccentually fill in the rest of his face by growing the plant. The salt would simply pass through his finger and off his hand. Finally, my fireplace, Cera with a constant stream of oil and a couple water spouts to control the flames. The blue outline of his shirt is actually made up of spouts.



This is what happens when you don't contain the moving object...it consumed his shirt and grew really big and just destroyed everything!



This last pic was to detain the object and destroy it with the salt!

gonna try again...and I have a couple other ideas too
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^ !!!


i cant get it to work. its just black screen



edit: now its a gray box
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I usually just turn the slug off, because it ruins everything

Click "Namekuji" at the bottom until it changes to vanish.

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Here's something fun you can do with the slug....turn the water on full blast, then let the slug move under it. Then set the slug to stand still....leave it there for a while, maybe grow some plants or something....then after a minute or so, cange the slug back to move..

Enjoy


I am NEVER doing that again.
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Old 12-08-2006, 05:40 PM   #30
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How is that thing a 'slug'? It's more an annoying blob than anything.
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