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  1. 2vs2 Nomad

    App and link above are for Windozs® OSes (7z is a library on gnu/linux, i.e. can be used from most available archivers without the need to add another application) .
  2. 2vs2 Nomad

    http://opensourcewindows.org/ PeaZip in the page above handles 7z well I was told.
  3. Game is hanging up

    Hi, do you have a 'local.cfg' file in your config folder by any chance?
  4. 4vs4 with ~1600 rating

    Specificaly, some replays I cannot... replay them as `unrar-free` (the only version of the closed sources app' a Linux user have access to) produces empty folders from them. All these are *.RAR. So to illustrate what serveurix just said
  5. 1v1, temple vs Liberty

    Temple very good at training cavs but not at having a front line, while Liberty here is kindof Master Stratego (but to support his women citizen ^^), showing off how to play Ptolemies close to their best IMHO. Hadn't seen some one building Barracks *and* training from both buildings in early Village phase till this replay. Thanks for sharing
  6. Hmmmmm mwaaaahaha these people were incredibly brilliant in 3D (stone) rendering Seriously I have little words to express how natural and subtile some of their pieces look. Human and animals. And they're freaking byo͞oʹtĭ-fəl! Say I had never seen black faces on old statues till I discovered 0 A.D. (forums). And I've studied history for years. Sundiata I gotcha your deep, mixed feeling --some of it.
  7. Yeah (translation from French) this expo summarizes 40 years of archeologic work in present Sudan of which ten led by the guy on the vid (Matthieu Honegger). Guys thanks! they have incredibly "living" (my feeling) pieces in there The mummie is actually a Nubian archer! he was buried on a Buffalo leather with his two bows! Also they say the videos at their expo focuse on showing off how life actually went on in « Nubia » from the earliest settlements to (and incl.) Kerma arround 2k BC.
  8. Whole thread much appreciated be me, a 3D programming total noob more involved into general systems builds & optimization. On the hardware part it seems to me the GLSL you talked about in this thread requires a « GPU » supporting OpenGL >= 2.0? ANd going further does it matter to play 0 A.D., whether the GPU has pixel and vertex shaders (e.g. Radeon Radeon X1950 GT or GeForce 7600 GT) vs more the recent Unified shaders "cores"?
  9. delenda_est warning !

    @Lion.Kanzen specificaly « with the current SVN/dev version of 0 A.D. » Current dev being the one available via Git, correct?
  10. delenda_est warning !

    Wow! Pretty graphics indeed, right from the start But [attached screens] wowgetoffyourcellphone is your Git repo compatible with 0 A.D. Git? It's `0ad-git 20147` I cloned, compiled and launched tonight. Or maybe a pure 0. A.D.-git issue as of today? Game starts fine when selecting default mod. EDIT :-) It's the opposite of what I just wrote: DE works fine not the default mod ! Clicked on default mod in Mod selection launched DE. Apologies.
  11. Accuracy graphs for ranged units

    Really nice visualization work temple! Sorry if this misses any serious maths, here's just another video illustration of the former cav skirmishers' « accuracy » in a21 - At 2:00 precisely - Valir'hant :o]
  12. delenda_est warning !

    Thank you gameboy and wowgetoffyourcellphone for these useful clarifications. Not everyone has got it yet e.g. this comment dated 2017-11-18 on moddb. Someone might want to update the moddb pages ? Anyway I can't download from moddb: Delenda Est main page links to DE download page which then links to DE and so on lol! Is it still possible to give your work a try, maybe from your Git repo?
  13. Danubius 3v3

    Wow quite an epic, epic, epic battle I liked the different tactics tried/applied to get rid of Gaia's main HQs and their 80 champs'. And the powerfull landing logistics set up by you and your main ally. I missed the reasonning behind you retreating upon your first landing attempt thou. Also team play is allways nice to watch Really I enjoyed mord (vs Gaia) and pablek2 (vs Gaia, Eco and later fights). These two guys surprised me, e.g. their efficient swift moves that litteraly pin down Gaia « Marines » in seconds! Kuddos guys PS If mord had trained a battalion of Athenian Marines then . . .
  14. Fun with Siege Towers

    Thx for sharing Grugnas. I like this replay [1] for how you build your nuke force (e.g. women/pikes to gather, slingers+Kleopatra+towerS along with your build/tech order Decger's powerful BO, flanking expansions + units & upgrades choice. As well as P_Ness fighting spirit & team play Now I especially like the noobs (leoo, d_stan & rikabzh) resilience, that bought their allies (mostly you and CHAKIB) such a valuable time. rikabzh's wall (and CHAKIB's 1st fortress) placement vs operational process he he EDIT: and that 40 skirmisher cavs while devastating, are _not_ enough to destroy a noob (aka a player who does not def) who receives no help until after 12' in the game. [1] the Anavultus commented it on YT
  15. African Plains 2v2 soloooy0, epic lucky rush

    Soloooy0 jeee! you administered them a very very decent correction here. As far as my sins uh, skills allow you made very few glitches and used a variety of very nasty & effectives tactics to win 1v2. gg I think I'll replay it!
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