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It’s a divorce… well, you know what I mean…

So I made something today, after pondering a bunch of ideas in my head today. A good hour of work setting everything up and a little debugging.

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Dynamic stars. Totally random stars on the screen, currently the don’t move, just static. But as of now, I have a few great ideas of how to transition them once movement commences.

So you’re probably thinking this is going to be some sort of space-shooter, well, no, it’s not. This is simply a small taste of what the game is about to be. I’m excited to show you more, hopefully sooner than later!

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Just a quick… shot.

So the new year is all upon us, the world hasn’t ended (yet), although it does feel like the damn thing has frozen over!

I’ve been going through the Traders code and been cleaning it up and making it a bit smarter and more intelligent (by using more algorithms and such). I threw out about a hundred lines of code because a light switch went on in my brain and reduced it all down to 5 lines. 100 lines to fucking 5. What a piss off. I’ve got another in mind for another thing but it can wait for now.

Anyway, ports motherfucker!

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Actually updated yesterday, but today is a new day.

Yesterday, if anyone has actually snooped around (which I don’t think anyone visits,) you would have noticed that I placed a couple of new screenshots in the CCCCC page. One of the images was one that I made simply as a debugging tool, just a few lines of simple code to place the numeric references I use on the map in their proper location. I use that as a means of creating certain algorithms in the game.

Now, however, I’ve been dealing with the longest road. This no doubly has been the biggest pain in my head. And ass. I’ve wasted countless sheets of paper trying to devise the best possible way to go about, but right now, to no avail. This kind of reminds me of doing Canasta’s AI and thought process. It reminds me that this is going to be a headache. Damn.

I’ve actually reached out to Google a few times but their methods don’t make a much of sense to me. They’re all geared towards crazy geek-Dom (I’m thinking C talk, methods). I do not comprehend any of that. I’m not sure how to do the methods they talk about in JavaScript, and honestly, I don’t want to look and learn either. (unless I unfortunately get to that point).

I’ve made lots of other bug fixes in the process. Everything else seems to be at par for now. We’ll see how this other ‘headache’ comes to be.

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