Magrathean Technologies, a small development team from Vancouver, B.C. Canada, presents its first game title "Incognito". Built on the "NeoAxis Engine", a very powerful next-generation game engine created by NeoAxis Group Ltd. Two guys named Kyle and Ron, and their financial guru Mike started Magrathean Technologies in 2006 and primarily worked online for clients abroad, it was and has been a group of 3 people. There are two programmers, and our financial officer.

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moci
moci May 30 2010, 9:57am says:

Isn't there a better, automated way of doing this?
I have not worked with NA but if you make something with LOTS of windows this would be really time consuming...?

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Magrathean
Magrathean Jun 2 2010, 2:57am says:

This is not something we do for "EVERYTHING" it is just a joke, it was a bug with the model and rather than re-export it this is a simple fix. The player in the game would never notice these because they are invisible.

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moci
moci Jun 2 2010, 4:53am replied:

My sense of humor has failed me once again.

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So when we brought in this model the windows only had polygons on ONE side, so basically you could see the class because culling is disabled on that transparent material. You could walk through the glass and fall out of the ship. So using the uhm...er...power of NA we create window blockers to over come this problem with our model. These of course are invisible at run-time but that doesn't mean I still won't see them every time I look at those windows >.<

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