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02 October 2010 - 10:00 AM
I finally did it. I played through Sonic 3 and Knuckles and got all 14 emeralds. Hyper Sonic is way over powered but it was really damn fun playing as him.
Now that I've played the whole game as a package, I've got to say, the world of S3&K is really something when you view it in order. Starting at Angel Island, down to Hyrdocity... through the Marble Garden, to the Carnival, and especially my favorite is from Sky Sanctuary to Death Egg. And the battles at the Death Egg, seeing the planet in the background was just amazing.
I feel complete now. I've finished all the Sonic games that I care about. Feels awesome.
22 September 2010 - 03:30 AMSomeone suggested TinyXP in the Windows 98 thread I created, and it piqued my interest. I've never installed an OS over another one, except for when I managed to install XP over Vista, which resulted in all my shit getting lost because I was totally new at it.
Anyway, I don't know if TinyXP has anything special about it when it comes to installing it over regular XP. Anyway, I want to install TinyXP over my current XP OS. Is there anyway I can do this and still keep all of the stuff on my hard drive?
21 September 2010 - 03:13 AMI've been using MSPaint since I was 3, so I'm pretty good with it. But, I have a new project I need to do that requires some features that MSPaint doesn't have. Basically, I've drawn some sprites on paper, and scanned them. I want to make them into sprites like what you see in games. However, MSPaint doesn't support layers or transparency or all that good stuff, and programs like Photoshop like to eat lots of memory, as well as smooth or anti-alias the lines out, plus its a total bitch to draw in that program in any case.
Are there any pixel-art programs with the simplicity and pixelyness of MSPaint but with Layers, Transparency, and some other little bells and whistles out there?
15 September 2010 - 03:54 AMI'm running Windows 98 on Virtual PC (not right now, but yeah), and I know a few people here still run it here. So my question is, what are some suggested applications, in terms of Web-browsers, instant messengers, Media Players, and the like? I'm on my actual machine at the moment.
05 September 2010 - 09:20 AMAnd it's not even Sonic Genesis.
So, I was browsing the net, out of sheer boredom, when I stumble across Sonic Channel. Interest piqued, I applied a Google Translate job, and looked around the site. Then I found this little monstrosity. And without a doubt, it's the shittiest thing ever.
In about 3 seconds of playing, nearly all the faults are entirely evident. Sonic hits top speed in the blink of an eye. There's no momentum or deceleration. Air Control is impossible. The level layout is changed; no items, shuttle loops, checkpoints. And the punchline? This is on an official Sonic website. Sure, it's just a flash game, but you'd think they'd care enough about their product to at least try to do it right.