Looking at the screenshots you probably think it doesn't look anything like this but if you play it you might see might I mean. Erm, maybe.
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What do you mean? They didn't react? Didn't throw/fire weapons?
I've updated the Pandora version a few times since this release, but there seems to be a distinct lack of interest in a pc version, so it'll remain as a Pandora exclusive for now.
Here at work we have some pay-per-year contracts for support. Maybe I start sending newsletters to registered customers when new versions are available and insert a donate button for the upgrade, which would be free, though.I dunno why but I assumed GLB, plus sells of mobile apps etc. was your full time, self employed job.
At the moment putting the ES and Bullet together isn't a good idea, because Bullet isn't multiplatform, yet.Which platforms does this currently work with, I'm guessing Win (obviously) and being the physics library file has an ".a" extension then iOS maybe as well?
I think the first version I played involved me typing the game into my BBC Model B from a magazine listing. Which was also a good version of basic.
Heh heh, superb!
Reminds of that burning building fireman game where you have to move the trampoline under residents that are jumping out escaping from the fire. But in reverse.
yeah there's many games that use this theme, when I was a small boy, use to have an LCD game and watch, where you was a ninja with sword, and had to bounce other ninjas out of your dojo.
And then there was a game on the Atari ST by Infrogrames called Bobo, which was a bunch of mini games,
one was bouncing prisoners out of the prison yard over the wall.