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Re: Tardigrades ©
« Reply #940 on: 08 Jun 2019, 10:45 »
That floating river is such an interesting concept.  I look forward to finding out more about this environment!

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Re: Tardigrades ©
« Reply #941 on: 08 Jun 2019, 12:49 »
I agree, surreal it is.  8-0 But looks great.  (nod)
Love the 3D model, btw.  (nod)
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Re: Tardigrades ©
« Reply #942 on: 08 Jun 2019, 13:43 »
Here's the floating river screenshot:



and the 3D model:



jahnocli: Interesting..  ;)

That floating river is such an interesting concept.  I look forward to finding out more about this environment!

Oh there's more to that  ;)

Sorry your majesty; but the space between us is tremendous.


Thanks Cassiebsg! Building the 3D model took less time than coding the random fish jumps  (laugh)

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Re: Tardigrades ©
« Reply #943 on: 08 Jun 2019, 19:32 »
this is a great idea Anas. I love the water floating there :D

Just wanted to say, water has less of a shadow, it has light refractions, that would look even cooler ;)

Re: Tardigrades ©
« Reply #944 on: 09 Jun 2019, 05:02 »
I look forward to seeing floating rivers in the next season of Star Trek Discovery.

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Re: Tardigrades ©
« Reply #945 on: 09 Jun 2019, 15:34 »
this is a great idea Anas. I love the water floating there :D

Just wanted to say, water has less of a shadow, it has light refractions, that would look even cooler ;)

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I look forward to seeing floating rivers in the next season of Star Trek Discovery.

 :-[ (laugh) (laugh)

Re: Tardigrades ©
« Reply #946 on: 09 Jun 2019, 18:25 »
Oh wow! This is awesome, now I want a floating river! I'll bring the kayaks.  ;)

Re: Tardigrades ©
« Reply #947 on: 11 Jul 2019, 18:53 »
Beautiful

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Re: Tardigrades ©
« Reply #948 on: 11 Jul 2019, 20:52 »
Definitely joining the floating river fanclub. And beautiful screenshot as always, Anas. :D

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Re: Tardigrades ©
« Reply #949 on: 12 Jul 2019, 08:47 »
josiah1221: lol thanks! I'm afraid the river is too thin for your kayak  :-D

sawyer: Thanks! Glad you like it!

CrashPL: Thanks! Welcome to the club  8-)

Here's a spaceship I've been keeping away for long. I think it's time to share a spaceship since I haven't shared one in a long time (there are many in Tardigrades that I haven't shared yet!)

It's The Ancient Egyptian Double Slit Spaceship, if you read about quantum mechanics you probably know about the double slit experiment. If you don't, then consider it as a huge space toaster  (laugh)

It's charging... it may do something subatomic or pop a toast:



Here is the 3D sketch:




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Re: Tardigrades ©
« Reply #950 on: 12 Jul 2019, 09:00 »
Looks ace!

Are the progress percentages in your OP still accurate? I see you haven't edited it in about a year...
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Re: Tardigrades ©
« Reply #951 on: 12 Jul 2019, 09:10 »
Thanks Ben X  :)

Are the progress percentages in your OP still accurate? I see you haven't edited it in about a year...

I'm cautious with editing older posts obviously for legal reasons. I'm even careful what to show and what not..  :(

This is my current estimation of the progress:

[July 12th 2019]

Scripting: Game mechanics 100% General 85%
Graphics 80%
Audio 70%
Music 90%
Story 100%
Puzzles 70%
Translations 40%

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Re: Tardigrades ©
« Reply #952 on: 12 Jul 2019, 09:57 »
Ahh, of course.
Wow, a huge leap in under a year, there!
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Re: Tardigrades ©
« Reply #953 on: 12 Jul 2019, 10:38 »
Wow, a huge leap in under a year, there!

I think the OP may be a little confusing. The numbers you see there are based on May 8th 2014  ;)

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Re: Tardigrades ©
« Reply #954 on: 13 Jul 2019, 18:43 »
Oh yeah! No, that's not confusing, I'm just a dope!
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Re: Tardigrades ©
« Reply #955 on: 17 Jul 2019, 23:28 »
Ben X: Nah.. you're good. I blame the floating rivers and the double slit quantum mechanics  :-D

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Re: Tardigrades ©
« Reply #956 on: 18 Jul 2019, 10:16 »
So glad you are making great progress  (nod)

Re: Tardigrades ©
« Reply #957 on: 22 Jul 2019, 18:39 »
Just seen a show on Tardigrades. How they cant die, they survive radiation in space, extreme heat and cold. Could you not make a space suit out of Tardigrades?
You would be rich beyond all.  :-D

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Re: Tardigrades ©
« Reply #958 on: 23 Jul 2019, 16:58 »
I am looking forward to this! (nod) How much will be the total gameplay time?
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Re: Tardigrades ©
« Reply #959 on: 24 Aug 2019, 07:59 »
So glad you are making great progress  (nod)

Thanks Slasher! I may not be able to share much now, but this doesn't mean I'm not working hard  ;)

Could you not make a space suit out of Tardigrades?

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I am looking forward to this! (nod) How much will be the total gameplay time?

Thanks! I can't estimate precisely due to the massive non-linearity open-world aspect of the game  ;)

Here's an update! I think the up-view of this frog-style-swim-cycle will cost the game a rating  :-[