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Pete Nattress

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6th January, 2004 at 11:48:15 -

please feel free to continue the debate from the locked topic( http://www.create-games.com/forum_post.asp?id=58921 ). be sure the same thing doesn't happen again, mind .

 
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6th January, 2004 at 12:01:25 -

The same thing will blatantly happen again, just give it some time.

Anyways I think MMF is way better apart from the animation editor which really is very crazy. I suppose it's just a matter of opinion...

 
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7th January, 2004 at 01:24:31 -

heh i like soad, they're funny....

 
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7th January, 2004 at 04:52:50 -

... This is the dickiest thing the admins have ever done! This post will either be a total snooze fest because it has lost all momentum or it will be just as abusive as before! Get a clue fellas!

 
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7th January, 2004 at 05:59:13 -

May I ask you exactly WHAT was happened in the previos post? I never bothered to read through it.

 
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7th January, 2004 at 07:13:19 -

Dave_C decided that his chill pills were more fun to throw at people rather than be used as medication, Fishhead was revealled to be the Incredible Hulk, I said some, as usual, smutty 'jokes', Shen bored everyone with his 'too much time' italic antics and JD wrote a couple of novels...

'Bout sums it up!

 
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7th January, 2004 at 07:21:09 -

Oh...

 
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Pete Nattress

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7th January, 2004 at 10:56:38 -

a snooze fest comparable to your life, i'm guessing, ash. what else can i do... allow the flaming to continue in an unlocked thread, or lock the thread and have people complaining they couldn't argue back? BUMS!

 
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7th January, 2004 at 13:19:52 -

Hmmmm, having read most of that post, I can see some of you have not tried to make a complex game. If you only need to make simple games, then use TGF, it works perfectly for that. But there are SO many things MMF 1.5 can do that TGF can't do. The qaulifiers in TGF are buggy, that reason alone is enough to make MMF superior. You can change transparencies at runtime, change colors of objects at runtime, have MUCH more active objects at runtime, 26 alterable values, rotate and resize objects in realtime, make games with split screen scrolling, and do true parallax using background system boxes. Those things are only scratching the surface of what MMF can do that TGF can't.

If you prefer the TGF interface, then fine. There is no way that I, or anyone else can convince you otherwise, since it is a matter of opinion. For making simple games, maybe TGF is better for some people, if they prefer the interface. However, I simply could not create the game which I am currently making using TGF, it is just way to limited.

 
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7th January, 2004 at 13:21:48 -

Mr Coffee, you are very wise. Are you a Wizard?

 
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7th January, 2004 at 19:13:02 -

I totally agree with Mr. Coffee.He s probably a wizard, or "one of us" as my friend refers to them.

 
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7th January, 2004 at 19:14:54 -

I totally agree with Mr. Coffee.He's probably a wizard, or "one of us" as my friend refers to them.

 
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7th January, 2004 at 20:46:09 -

WHAT THE.......

This post almost made me wet my matress

WHy did you lock my post, it was doin fine until you came along and locked it and decided to copy me.

The same thing is going to happen again and it is right now.It is going to get worse because they are all wondering.

The most important thing is that you shouldnt have started a new post with an almost same name and the same debate.It is just gonna happen again.


 
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7th January, 2004 at 20:59:44 -

i agree what assman said

 
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7th January, 2004 at 21:07:40 -

read this pete
http://www.create-games.com/forum_post.asp?id=61642

 
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