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Eddie Famous Andouille Since: 11.12.01 From: Catlin IL Since last post: 2 days Last activity: 17 hours # 1 Posted on 6.2.03 2217.09 http://www.highlifter.com/games.php3 Heh heh heh. George Washington gave his signature The Government gave its hand They said for now and ever more that this was Indian Land "As long as the moon shall rise" "As long as the rivers flow" "As long as the sun will shine" "As long as the grass shall grow" Promote this thread!
Guru Zim SQL Dejection Administrator Since: 9.12.01 From: Bay City, OR Since last post: 2 days Last activity: 2 days # 2 Posted on 7.2.03 1759.30 This is the exact same engine as the spear chucker game, isn't it? The steps are as asymetrical, and it is the same optimal release point for long distances... Your analogy is similar to: "They already have cars that you can drive, why not blenders?" "I can already write with my hands, why not my pancreas?" "They already have beef that I can eat, why not granite?" -- my new favorite quote from Slashdot comments.
anibanging Italian Since: 5.3.02 Since last post: 2489 days Last activity: 535 days # 3 Posted on 7.2.03 2248.54
Originally posted by Guru Zim This is the exact same engine as the spear chucker game, isn't it? The steps are as asymetrical, and it is the same optimal release point for long distances... My thoughts exactly. except that with the spear chucker i was able to get past the elusive high score barrier and to this point I haven't been able to chuck a tire past 444 without fouling. i also haven't been able to figure out if different tires have different properties but as far as i can tell they're all the same. And in tribute to the spear game, my lowest score: 0.02 (edited by anibanging on 8.2.03 0000)
I'm a Toriyama fan to some extent -- I played Tobal 2 until I was blue in the face, for instance, and loved the character designs for that game. But I just can't get into DBZ, and I think that the runaway-power-level thing is a big reason why.
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