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Haha! It seems to have worked! The editor runs at least! Thank you muchly! :grin:

Yes, indeed I have checked and downloaded the service packs. It did not help, I am afraid.:undecided:

Greetings. I am not sure if this is a relevant section, but has anyone else had problems running this with Wine on Ubuntu, 32 bit?
It goes to the loading splash screen, loads and loads, and then Wine crashes without the level editor proper loading. It's been a damn looong time since I did anything in AGS, and I had an itch to do so, one I can't seem to scratch . . .
Help me, AGS forum, you are my only hope.

Critics' Lounge / Re: Lunar Landing
« on: 20 Sep 2012, 18:14 »
This should hopefully be of some assistance, assuming you don't already have it.

Critics' Lounge / Re: Need help with body proportions
« on: 12 Sep 2012, 08:57 »
He seems to be . . .mincing?
I'd add some sway to that bulk. Right now it looks like a cardboard cutout, but a little squash and stretch and added feeling of mass could be helpful here.
Right now it's far too static.

Oh gods, oh gods! ;D
Am I dead? Is this heaven?
Or is this hell as my computer couldn't run a single frame of it?
Oh well, time to saves up the cash.
And gets a job.

Well. . .
There is another walking dead, in that you can put all your money in the broken grog machine before you buy the sword and the shovel, and your in dead man walking.

General Discussion / Re: Good bye Bush...Hello Obama
« on: 18 Jan 2009, 11:04 »
Yep, welcome to 8 years ago all over again.  The President just happens to have a different skin color and very little experience.  I'm sure he'll do his best to do absolutely everything he's told by his CFR masters.
On the bright side, Obama seems to have a slightly better grasp of the English language.
Though, who knows, we may be in for some Obama-nable mangling of the English language.;D

General Discussion / Re: Good bye Bush...Hello Obama
« on: 18 Jan 2009, 02:43 »
Meet the new boss.
Same as the old boss.
Seriously, it is great that Obama is president and all, and I am hopeful he will do his best, but their is only so much he can do. Just because this is a great victory for the human rights movement, does not mean Obama is any less of a politician then Dubya. He may be a good politician, he may in fact be a great political leader, but one doesn't become president without making some compromises. It's the nature of the game. There is no such thing as a magical black man.
People are people.

General Discussion / Re: Sea Kittens
« on: 17 Jan 2009, 10:48 »
I'd say anyone actually getting "angry" about this is taking it a bit out of hands themselves, but honestly "Sea Kittens" is beyond absurd. Which is why I created the equally absurd petition to legalize Land Kitten meat. ;)
I have eaten Land Kitten.

General Discussion / Re: Sea Kittens
« on: 16 Jan 2009, 00:00 »
Looks like good eatin'
Nom, nom nom.
Except fer them photoshop pixels, they're jagged and get stuck in my teeth. ;)

General Discussion / Re: Sea Kittens
« on: 15 Jan 2009, 10:49 »
Ooh, I love cuteness, I like Pingu and Wall*E and LOLcats and baby hedgehogs and Beatrix Potter and Little Bear, and all manner of other cute things. But this, this is disgusting, it breaches even my line between, 'oooh, so. . . cuuute!*squeal!*' and, 'where would I be able to procure some bags for the disposal of partially precessed former food stuffs?'

In Myst, figuring out how to raise the sunken ship was very satisfying, as was aligning the tower with the parabolic collectors.

I always know where my towel is.
My aren't you a hoopy frood. 8)

You know, if we completely went back to nature, and only ate hunted animals, they wouldn't exactly be happy campers when they died.  In fact, given the human primitive style of relay racing to wear the sweatgland-lacking large mammals down, they would likely be more then a little hot and bothered.
So the absolutely most natural way, induces terror and panic in the flesh we eat.
But unfortunately, natural hunter gatherer tactics would not provide enough food for the world population as it stands today.
Plus, the term 'free-range' is so loose as far as the law goes, that most farms who claim this 'distinction', aren't exactly the ol' timey farmyards of good ol' yester year, with the chickens pecking at grubs and grains. Nope, it often just means they get to wander around densely packed in a covered enclosure. So instead of a Tokyo tube hotel existence, it's a Beijing rush hour existence.
Big improvement.
To be a prey species is fraught with peril. Farming has given them a roof over their head, and no need to worry about food.
Their are worse fates.

Ooh, text adventures over a phone? Unless you got a full keyboard on it, ouch, your thumb is going to mutiny and murder you in your sleep. More seriously, good luck. I am no programming type, but I wish you the best. I have found some text adventures to be rather fun. Leather Goddesses of Phobos forever! I also enjoyed Heist and A Mind Forever Voyaging, though the plot got too political for my taste after a while. I also enjoyed Zork, but I never got past the damn dam. What text adventures do you like?

Was this supposed to be a art portfolio in video form or an actual piece unto itself? Because I be rather confused right now.

Well, I downloaded it and registered it. I am trying it out with some of my Anim8or models.

Critics' Lounge / Re: Feminine form...
« on: 07 Jan 2009, 14:12 »
The form still feels very childlike to me, which is several kinds of creepy considering she is only wearing an apron. Also, I think the outline colour is a bit too low contrast with the inner colour. Not too much higher, or it will look too harsh.

Heres a quick paintover I did.

General Discussion / Re: MythBusters
« on: 07 Jan 2009, 10:55 »
Hi gang it's been a while. I guess, I got frustrated at my inability to complete a game, so I kind of drifted away.  However, I am back and intend to finish, something, one of these days.I love Mythbusters, it's combines sexy nerd, with explosions. What's not to love? While I don't watch TV, I also am a user of  surfrthechannel, and so watch Mythbusters sometimes. Another Discovery show I loved when I did have TV was Junkyard Wars, and it's BBC predecessor, Scrapheap Challenge. Unfortunately, it has relatively little online.
Anyone seen the Discovery Channel Boom-da-yada, advertisement? It's absolutely beautiful.

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