A technical demonstration of realistic liquid simulation for Minecraft, Liquid Cubed is a WIP project where you can build dams, pump water, drain lakes, and otherwise experiment with the liquid system within the building area. ------- The algorithm used for the liquid simulation was developed over two years by in a modified version of Infiniminer. After Minecraft's wild success, we thought it was about time we built a standalone "proof-of-concept" in the hope that the algorithm could be integrated within Minecraft, but unfortunately more work will have to be done before this can become a reality.

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INFO - - Liquid Cubed doesn't run? Look here! (Games : Liquid Cubed : Forum : Bugs and Suggestions : INFO - - Liquid Cubed doesn't run? Look here!) Locked
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[ZanMgt]Aaron
[ZanMgt]Aaron Creative Director
Jan 5 2011, 11:48am Anchor

If Liquid Cubed fails to run, after looking over the requirements, please follow the instructions below to confirm you have what's necessary to run the game. If the game still fails to run, please send us your computer's dxdiag.txt so we can attempt to diagnose the issue.

TO CHECK FOR MICROSOFT XNA 3.1

Windows 7 / Vista
1. Go to Start > Control Panel > Programs and Featrues
2. Look for "Microsoft XNA Framework Redistributable 3.1"
Note: Even if you have "XNA 4.0", you still will require XNA 3.1 to run Liquid Cubed

XP
1. Go to Start > Control Panel > Add or Remove Programs
2. Look for "Microsoft XNA Framework Redistributable 3.1"

Don't have it? Download it from Microsoft (7.2 mb):
Microsoft.com



TO CHECK FOR MICROSOFT .NET 3.5 SP1 (Pre-installed on Vista/Windows7)

1. Go to Start > Control Panel > Add or Remove Programs
2. Look for "Microsoft XNA Framework 3.5 SP1"

Don't have it? Download it from Microsoft (~50mb):
Microsoft.com


TO CHECK FOR DIRECTX

Windows 7 / Vista
1. Start
2. Search for "dxdiag", open "dxdiag".
3. Under "System Information" confirm the DirectX Version is DirectX10/11

XP
1. Start > Run
2. Type in: "dxdiag" and press "OK"
3. Under "System Information" confirm the DirectX Version is DirectX 9.0c or DirectX10/11

Don't have it? Download it from Microsoft:
Microsoft.com



UNSUPPORTED ATI VIDEOCARDS

Legacy ATI Videocards (With the help of Zarat, we're working on a solution to this)

RETRIEVING THE DXDIAG.TXT

Windows 7 / Vista
1. Go to Start
2. Search for "dxdiag", open "dxdiag".
3. Click "Save All Information"

XP
1. Go to Start > Run
2. Type in: "dxdiag" and press "OK"
3. Click "Save All Information"

Edited by: [ZanMgt]Aaron

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