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Download ShenSonic Demo2!

Discussion in 'General' started by SimSonic, Mar 5, 2002.

  1. SimSonic

    SimSonic New Member

    Download Demo2: http://www.angelfire.com/rpg/shensonic/ssdemo2.html

    Needed DLL`s, to Windows/System:

    http://www.angelfire.com/rpg/shensonic/dow...ds.html

    Info:

    http://www.angelfire.com/rpg/shensonic/info.html

    Try it out! :)
     
  2. Fabrizo

    Fabrizo New Member

    Pretty neat game, you must have spent a lot of time working on it. One thing though, you should realy speed up the text, it takes about 10-15 seconds after reading a message before im able to do anything.
     
  3. SimSonic

    SimSonic New Member

    yea I have used time to it, like I have played Shenmue...And I know that text prob, gotta fix it. ;)
     
  4. SimSonic

    SimSonic New Member

  5. Funkstar De Luxe

    Funkstar De Luxe New Member

    try and get another web host. Everytime I try and go to your site I get:

    "Temporarily Unavailable

    The Angelfire site you are trying to reach has been temporarily suspended due to excessive bandwidth consumption.

    The site will be available again in approximately 2 hours!

    Are you the owner of this site?

    To check your daily bandwidth usage, click here.

    To obtain a higher bandwidth limit, click here. "
     
  6. SimSonic

    SimSonic New Member

    It is now working again...but Im trying to get a

    new server. Know any? ;)
     
  7. Gallstaff

    Gallstaff Member

    um... how do i get into the game? When it says new game i press enter but it won't let me in.
     
  8. IceDigger

    IceDigger Founder Staff Member

    SimSonic, how big is the game?

    I may be able to host it.
     
  9. SimSonic

    SimSonic New Member

    gallstaff, there is a readme...

    and iceman, it is a bit over 4 megs...

    i really would appereciate if you would host it. :)
     
  10. JCTango

    JCTango New Member

    screenshots could help ppl have an idea of what they could expect.

    And what do the dll's do? Nothing damaging, i hope...

    (Edited by JCTango at 7:24 pm on Mar. 6, 2002)
     
  11. Fabrizo

    Fabrizo New Member

    My comp runs the game fine without the dlls from the site installed.
     
  12. IceDigger

    IceDigger Founder Staff Member

    4MB is not a problem, email it to me and I will host it up.

    segaxtreme@litespeedcomputers.com

    But email it to me before 11pm est or else I will put it up monday.
     
  13. JCTango

    JCTango New Member

    dis game is like a "Dink Smallwood" type of game...
     
  14. Trenton net

    Trenton net New Member

    No offence, but I probably wouldn't recommend people install this software on their computer.

    Most amature software coders don't take into account things like DLL and driver versions, System files, and deployment methods. They just overwrite and dump files where they please, even if they are out of date.

    On top of that, it dosn't comfort me to know that this game wasn't even really programmed. It was made in a psudo-game maker script package. Who knows what this game script interpreter does to your computer!? If amature programmers make code which sometimes screws up OS files, damages drivers, and crashes, what makes you want to try a game from someone who can't program at all!?!

    (Edited by Trenton net at 8:59 pm on Mar. 6, 2002)
     
  15. Cecilia Chen

    Cecilia Chen Ban Hammered

    I agree. My computer has been screwed up too many times by poorly writen programs.

    I think the worst case a "game creation kit" program damaged my computer was when the engine/interpreter was really writen for windows 3.1 and when it installed it totaly killed drivers by installing its own Windows 3.1 version drivers. On top of that the program always caused a GPF (General Protection Fault) when I tryed to run it, and after reboot the blue screen came up with numerous files which were missing or damaged!
     
  16. JCTango

    JCTango New Member

    ouchiewahwah! Anyhoo, the game isn't that fun anyways... no offence. Here's hoping that I didn't risk my system to damage!
     
  17. Gallstaff

    Gallstaff Member

    oh guys don't be such weeneis... it's fine!
     
  18. Cecilia Chen

    Cecilia Chen Ban Hammered

    Heh, maybe your consideration of "Fine" is dumping all your programs in the root of C: :) LOL.
     
  19. Draconar

    Draconar New Member

    That´s why I keep 2 different partition on my computer. One for "junk stuff" like FPS, beta programs, my own programs, etc., and other for "work stuff". If you guys want to give it a try look on the net for program called Partition magic by powerquest http://www.powerquest.com/

    And let´s support our fellows amateur game programmers.
     

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