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Forum: Mardek on Steam?
VeryColdAir
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I think somebody should make the mardek games into a ROM for like GBA emulators.

I feel like mardek is more of a portable game rather than a game to be played with a keyboard and mouse. You'd need to change the menus a bit for equiping items and skills, but I feel like the result would be a game that could have rivaled the third gen of Pokemon. (In all seriousness though, I don't know if mardek could have fit onto a GBA cartridge....)

Even better thought, make mardek playable on 3DS's. The DS would probably need to be hacked. The battles and stuff would need to be reworked, battle menus could be on lower screen while battle is on upper like pokemon.

I know there are people who are making fan-made Pokemon for emulators, I don't know how it would be to change their mechanics to work for something like mardek. I think it could be possible, even if it is unlikely. (I can dream, right?)
Blog: More MARDEK?!
VeryColdAir
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I'd personally rather see the chapters remain, but I suppose doing dungeon by dungeon may help you out more. Maybe after you finish all of the dungeons that would have been in one of the chapters, you could could merge those dungeons games back into one game? So you'd release one dungeon every... month... (or every other month maybe?), and then after the first two dungeons, we could have Chapter 1, then after you finish the next six dungeons, Chapter 2, and so on. I'm sure people would still play the dungeons as they come out, and even after you release chapters. Release these chapter might actually earn you some more money too, who knows.
Forum: Mardek Steam port?
VeryColdAir
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Honestly, I feel like the average steam users would not like these games enough to pay maybe more than $1 for them. When flash games get ported to steam, gamers generally do not like it. I will say, these are some of the best games, and I've spent more time playing the mardek series than any game I own on steam. That being said, there are games worst than this on steam. I don't really think he'd want to do this, but he could be one of those people who gives a free copy to everybody who greenlights, and that basically ensures people will vote to greenlight it.

Another though, if Pseudo would add an option for asdw controls, and maybe the num pad or right/left click for x and z, I feel it would go over better on steam either that. (Controller support might help too.)
Forum: From the mouths of...
VeryColdAir
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I had to do something like this for my English class. I hate it...

If I can find the paper, I might upload some of what I wrote though.
Forum: Take a break, write in this thread
VeryColdAir
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Maybe around a month. One thing I did pick up on is that you can put a linux distro on a flashdrive, and then use a demo of it without installing the OS on a computer. In that demo you can change the magnify.exe to something else, and then rename cmd.exe to magnify.exe. When you switch back to windows (7 or 8), you'll be able to run the magnifier without logging in, and it will bring up the cmd instead of the magnifier on the log-in page. You can do about anything with that, such as create accounts or make existing ones admin.
Forum: Take a break, write in this thread
VeryColdAir
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I feel like they have been slacking lately. They've said they're going to do a ton of stuff, and then they never do, or it doesn't turn out as they wanted it to.
And hacking is not at all like what you see in movies. I've tried my hand at it, and the most I was able to do was give myself admin rights on school computers.
Forum: Take a break, write in this thread
VeryColdAir
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Llamas.

This is my first post in a while... A long while.
Blog: Gauging Interest
VeryColdAir
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If you couldn't have a mix of the two. I'd probably have to go with the first one. I think somethings you should not need to be supportive. Like somebody might have one belief, and somebody else believes something else, you shouldn't have to support the person who has a different belief. An example of such a belief could be abortion. If somebody makes a post about how they're going to have an abortion and want support or something on a forum like the second option, not everybody is going to want to give the poster support as they might believe abortion is murder or are just otherwise against abortion.
Now that I've written that, if people just disagree about something, I don't think a website where everybody is friendly and supportive could completely happen.
Forum: How to defeat the Security Demon
VeryColdAir
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I've actually gotten this to work a few times for me. The last time I tried it I got lucky he got confused and kill himself in about my third try. (It took less than 10 minutes.)

I normally always do this when I play though Mardek series. The longest it has ever taken me was about an hour...

No matter how long it takes you, it feels good to beat the demon rather than just get the golden pass the other way. (I would personally recommend doing it this way.)
Forum: What is your greatest fear?
VeryColdAir
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(I believe there was a topic like this sometime in the Spring...)

I believe I said my greatest fear was basically mass-amounts of physical pain inflicted onto me or something close to that. (I don't believe I did before, but I would classified being burned alive as part of this fear...) I would say that that would still be my greatest fear as of now. I haven't really had any painful experiences in life, and I hope it stays that way.

(Edit: If anybody cares, here's the old topic: ∞ Fig Hunter ∞ )