Official website with installation procedure and FAQ if you've got questions are linked in the description. English & French.
IFSCL is the largest and most detailed simulation of the supercomputer that has been created to date. It is undergoing regular updates and revisions, and development is expected to continue for the next several years. I release these beta versions to the fans and community to allow them to enjoy the program and help uncover issues and other bugs as the development continues.
Introduction: Jeremie is the leader of the group, who operates the supercomputer interface in the factory. Using the scanners, he can 'virtualize' his friends, sending them to the virtual world of Lyoko inside the supercomputer. There, they do battle with XANA, an evil artificial intelligence.
One member of their group, Aelita, is the guardian of Lyoko, and the only one capable of deactivating towers on Lyoko. The towers act as a bridge between Lyoko and reality, and are activated by XANA to carry out attacks in the real world.
The towers are found in four 'sectors' of Lyoko: Desert, Forest, Mountain, and Ice. There is also a fifth sector at the center of Lyoko known as Carthage, which is inhabited by XANA. Aelita and her virtualized friends fight monsters, who act as the forces of XANA, as they search for the activated tower on Lyoko so that Aelita may deactivate it. Throughout the mission (campaign mode), Jeremy acts as mission control, guiding and directing the team from outside Lyoko, and this simulation puts you in his shoes.
Languages of the game : French, English (Spanish, Italian - stand by)
Obviously, the final game will be free, I don't own any license.
As you might know again and again, the IFSCL is progressing slowly, because I didn't have as much time as I use to have back in the days. Therefore, I can still work on it from times to times. This news isn't about a potential release, again, It's really not for now, but it's about some things that might be in the next version.
The first question is : will you want a window to help prevent characters to fall in the numerical sea. This event (falling) might happen randomly in the end of some battles (if you lose). Not always, but if this happen, the windows automatically opens, and you have to type as fast as you can the devirtualization codes before the warrior touch the sea.
The actual windows looks like this :
If you are interested by this 'original window', let me know. I'm not always willing to do windows such like this one, because they aren't really in the way the IFSCL is meant to be. But well...
As you know, Carthage will be certainly introduced as the brand new feature, not entirely (read previous news) but still, with great features. One of them being the countdown of the keys, but the problem is that we've got a lot of countdowns in codelyoko, one of them also being for the differed virtualization, that I might also add for that version (not sure though).
Note : the third screen shows a window that, of course, will be in the game, I'm only focusing on the countdown that appears on it)
So the question is, which countdown goes for what, since they've been used in any order in the anime, without sense, sometimes one was used for a specific function, and the next episode, it was for something else...
Let me know what you think about that in the comments of the news, or on the forum.
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