Following Limit Theory has been a blast, I've lurked these forums and loved every minute of it. I certainly wish you the best in your endeavors Josh. I do hope the community continues to thrive and maybe something will come with time from the released code. That would be quite groovy. Cheers!
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A quick note regarding the few claims of false entitlement posts; I feel like anyone who backed this project originally on kickstarter and paid for it to be developed probably has a right to some entitlement, especially since the timeline for any kind of release or beta has long since passed. Somet...
So much negativity for a toolset update. +1 for tools. Correct direction to speed up modding work. I support this update 100% As I said, I can geek out over tools. But.... It's now mid-March 2018. Let's suppose the next time we hear from Josh is somewhere around April 15, 2018. And let's further su...
Re: "Tools are good" I dont think anybody is disagreeing with that. But Josh has run into [cool new thing that will make content production billion times faster] a couple of times now. Any every single time he ran into / imagined a new problem that again kept him from actually building the game and...
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Glad to see you back Josh!! Still really excited to see what this game will become.
- Forum: Announcements
- Topic: The State of Limit Theory Development, 2017 Edition!
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I generally do full machine replacements but certainly not frequently, I'd like to be able to upgrade the ram/gfx cards just in case but i don't imagine a 5930k will be obsolete anytime soon.