Arrr, mateys, methinks ye landlubbers ought ta git yerselfs workin on ye olde AI code and go from there. Else yon scalawags will have ye walkin' the plank. Where's the rum, me hearties?
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Victor - yes, the Skyrim Creation Club content is set to be auto-downloaded to your computer regardless of whether or not you pay for it. You only have access to it if you pay for it, but it'll be on your hard drive either way. As I have a rather limited download speed, that's a very bad thing for m...
Really cool, Fawkes! This is making me feel even more like taking a trip there someday. I've always kind of wanted to, but (obviously) never had the means... or sufficient reason to want to go so far out of my way. This makes that come a little closer.
Thanks for the update, Adam! Nice of you to tide us over until Josh posts next. In the meantime, in case anyone missed it, Josh posted the next Kickstarter update.
It's on Kickstarter! https://www.kicktraq.com/projects/1757963851/my-time-at-portia-an-enchanting-sandbox-simulation/minichart.png So far, it's not doing that well. I never got around to playing the demo, though. If you like cutesy things, you'll probably like this. I've seen it described as "Starde...
Yes, I was thinking that too. Personally I take less issue with contamination policies, though, and I'm much more unhappy about the idea that these expensive things are being destroyed instead of being left in a safe, recoverable orbit so that generations of the future can eventually recover them an...
I'd be interested in hearing you elaborate.
Self-sustaining offworld colonies are a necessary step to begin with If it was up to me, we'd have that Mars colony already. I really want sci-fi stuff to start happening.
I've always found tornadoes (and natural disasters of any kind) fascinating, ever since I was little. Not exactly sure what sparked that fascination, but I've never seen a green sky before. Yellow, yes - but not green.