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Have it as bright as one of the lights you can place inside the ship...
"Commander, we've pierced the hull!"
"Vent the plasma through the ram, fry them from the inside out!"
If I were to make a ramming ship, I'd have it sort of sharp, but with a tip that opens up into a rocket, so you can vent plasma INTO the ship you're ramming!
Portal: Awakening has awoken!
Does this mean we can fly the ships soon? :o
So, when can we make these beauties fly?
Add a special block that recreates this effect!
I like it, it has a more "real" feeling to it!
What... is it..?
OH MY GOD
It is animated with perfection! :O!
I think it should be much slower.
A planet spinning that fast would destroy itself.
Wow, that looks really nice, except for that very noticeable line in the middle...
Other than that, good job!
Tracking, looks like an awesome game :)
Boy, this is the Third Era, not the Fourth!
Please don't dabble in things like these...
Really, don't, some people like this, the people who don't won't use it anyways.
For a moment I was afraid you got hacked, and were being used to ransom us into buying text messaging services!
Now, to dismiss my fear of you being used to ransom us into buying "male enhancements"...
Me like ^^
Is it dead? :(
I'm sorry, but I am just not seeing it...
DF runs just fine on 64-bit.
Is that a headcrab?
Also, <3 the guy :3
Awww, I was hoping for some sort of skirmish vs. computers :(
There is another way, if you're using a webkit-based browser, but it's actually kind of annoying how they made it harder to find the original MP3 :(
Mind you, this tutorial is made with chrome as the main focus...
First: Copy-paste the embed link
Second: Find the "src" part, in this case, it's Moddb.com
Third: Open the "developer tools" (If you're using chrome, it's ctrl+shift+I)
Fourth: Open the "Timeline" tab
Fifth: Start the recording (You may want to click the colored buttons on bottom, so that only the blue one is checked)
Sixth: Start the player and stop it when it starts spewing music
Seventh: Stop recording in the timeline
Eigth: Go through all the things in the timeline now, looking for the one that is "Send Request([The MP3's filename here])
Ninth: Hover over it until the yellow box appears, then go to the link inside it (Which should be "Resource [The MP3's filename here") (In this case it's Cdn.gameura.com )
Tenth: Click the link, and it will bring you to the MP3 file, right click on the background and hit "Save as..." if it doesn't instantly start the download.
Voila! You've managed to download an MP3 or video from moddb/indiedb/desura
It's not just an idea, they have downloads on their website...
(They also have in-browser playing, look at that!)
Looks interesting, tracking!
Is that Darth Nihilus?
In all honestly, I must say I liked the original better...