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fabio

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  1. Attached there is interestinglogs from a match. interestinglog.html
  2. I briefly played it in my launch break... The game looks nice, there is a lot of original and nice content that should be especially welcomed by who already know the Zelda theme (I don't). I like some of the building animations, projectile effects, and the ability to see garrisoned soldiers inside most structures. I also like the rupee mine and the animals you found around. Also the music and sound effects are pleasing. The hero you can build from the start is maybe too over powered, it is quite easy to win sending him against the enemy (can easily kill all their females and also many soldiers). You may want to fix the errors that appear, not only because they are a bit annoying, but also to have a clean development environment and avoiding eventually propagating them. You may also want to replace metal mouse icon with the rupee one. I just played it a few minutes, but it is really promising, good work! EDIT: your youtube videos have bad quality, you should possibly consider grabbing them with a higher bitrate, so to be able to show all the nice details in the game.
  3. The game itself uses more resources than the menu, so the framerate drops. It's normal. You may want to try disabling some graphics features from the options menu, it may increase the in game frame rate.
  4. https://code.wildfiregames.com/D921
  5. https://code.wildfiregames.com/p/Pureon/
  6. I don't remember exactly, but that map had a window appearing asking for some choices about the gameplay.
  7. With the triggers a custom game dialog similar to the one showed by The Undying Nephalim could be shown at game start, while the technology uses a different, less obvious interface, especially if the hero choice is a strategic one for that gameplay...
  8. A Silent Day In Gaul map has some trigger support for making choices while in-game. This may be a starting point for developing what you propose. Alternatively some civilizations have some alternative tech choices that enable different heroes and champions, but it's not exactly what you want here.
  9. Packaging a complete version for the 3 OS is not trivial, however, see https://trac.wildfiregames.com/wiki/ReleaseProcessDraft
  10. It looks their AI is self training, so it should adapt to any game, although it requires a lot of training. The link for proposing games is still open: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc87de2t5qEB0DzqW-d0Ps3oV09S9IGrHnW51VomYa4PQSE7A/viewform
  11. It looks OpenAI beats humans in Dota 2: https://openai.com/the-international/ https://blog.openai.com/dota-2/
  12. For some clarification you may find a CC-BY-SA summary here: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ So it should be possible.
  13. You can find the A22 detailed changelog here: https://trac.wildfiregames.com/wiki/Alpha22
  14. Looking good! BTW from the video it looks you are using alpha21 (~6 months old). I'd suggest using the latest SVN code, see https://trac.wildfiregames.com/wiki/BuildInstructions , so that you can always be synced with the latest improvements.
  15. I think it would be nice to have some missions where the main objective is not to build a city and win a battle like standard map. Say, for example: a trigger choice-map similar to: a mission where you don't have to build anything, you have some champions/hero and you have to reach some objectives (kill a single unit, capture a specific building, rescue a monk, reach a fortress, ...); survive for X minutes (not necessarily a tower defence map). This would add some variations on the playability.
  16. Looking great indeed! I'll just avoid the English recording since it will be difficult to translate. For consistency with the existing game I'll suggest to only have the on-screen text, can be easily translated and also changed if needed.
  17. Every Linux distribution needs their dependencies, and package names may differ. Fedora may install -devel packages by default if requested during install. OpenSUSE specific build instructions for 0 A.D. are here: http://trac.wildfiregames.com/wiki/BuildInstructions#openSUSE
  18. Also make sure to update to latest alpha 21 version, you are still using alpha 20. Then you can also use the Map Filter in map selection to avoid using Trigger Maps, so that when using a random one this type of map can be excluded.
  19. The main, and possibly only, benefit to 0 A.D. of this, is the increased publicity for us. I don't expect other benefits. The good thing is that it won't cost us anything registering and given 0 A.D. licence they could likely do it anyway. And I am just curious to what could be the outcome, I am very sceptical about it, still their team is very motivated and already has at least a RTS game they plan trying.
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