Posted by Tamez in Does this thing exist?/who is the author?/etc. thread. (Started by Messatsu August 26, 2007, 08:29:40 pm
Here we have him/Lolmechy.
New submitter OldTimeRadio writes "Over the last month, both game publishers and gaming communities alike were surprised to find their GameSpy multiplayer support suddenly disabled by GLU Mobile, who purchased GameSpy from IGN this August. Many games, including Neverwinter Nights 1 & 2, Microsoft Flight Simulator X, Swat 4, Sniper Elite, Hidden and Dangerous 2, Wings of War, Star Wars: Battlefront are no longer able to find (and in some cases even host) multiplayer games. While games like Neverwinter Nights are still able to directly connect to servers if players know the IP address, less-fortunate gamers expressed outrage on GLU Mobile's 'Powered by GameSpy' Facebook page. In an open letter to their Sniper Elite gaming community today, UK game developer Rebellion explained it was helpless to change the situation: 'A few weeks ago, the online multiplayer servers for Sniper Elite were suddenly switched off by Glu, the third-party service we had been paying to maintain them. This decision by Glu was not taken in consultation with us and was beyond our control. We have been talking to them since to try and get the servers turned back on. We have been informed that in order to do so would cost us tens of thousands of pounds a year — far in excess of how much we were paying previously. We also do not have the option to take the multiplayer to a different provider. Because the game relies on Glu and Gamespy's middleware, the entire multiplayer aspect of the game would have to be redeveloped by us, again, at the cost of many tens of thousands of pounds.""
Ah so this is the game which some of the Phantom G guys got hooked on for a while eh...
I was wondering if you can tell me on how you manage to make Kung fu man to leap threw to your stages
Now we are going to set the boundhigh parameter following a similar process. However, usual characters can't go very high in the sky to allow you to check boundhigh. There are two ways of testing it, use the one you prefer :
1) Activate Debug mode by pressing Ctrl+D ingame. Jump with a character and quickly press Ctrl+I when the character is in the air. He will then stand in the air. Repeat the process as much as you need until the character reaches the top of the stage.
2) Choose one character of your choice which will always be your test character (it's better if you use this method only in a Test Mugen). Open the CNS file of the character, and look for the [Movement] section at the beginning of the file. Set the number of air jumps you can perform to a very high number, as such :Code:[Movement]You character can now jump like crazy, allowing you to reach very high portions of stages.
airjump.num = 999 ;Number of air jumps allowed (opt)
Man back then (at least for me and my friends) it was rare for anyone to have a controller. The keyboard was everyone's preference though. It was so unfair but still fun.
implemented vomit/blood/sweat effects.
Isn't that what Tamez used to do?? I ask because of his "Mugen Janitor" sig.