Awesome info, many thanks! And great to see your enthusiasm .
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Thank you for the post, Josh. It is much appreciated :) . What you do there is a fundamentally difficult thingie, so you can be proud of every bit of ground covered, even or actually especially if you had to traverse through a maze to make the next little step in the right direction. The most import...
- Forum: Announcements
- Topic: The State of Limit Theory Development, 2017 Edition!
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- Mon Jan 23, 2017 12:50 am
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Welcome back ! It feels incredibly good to read from you and you can be immensely proud on yourself for sharing this painful experience with the community here. I think that really is the best of signs that everything is only going to be more fine each day.
If you just go entirely off-grid without (in my opinion) properly communicating your intentions, first... You leave a big giant void in your absence, which will undoubtedly be filled by all the angst/pressure/etc that he is likely trying to avoid by being absent. Very true :thumbup: . That would be...
- Forum: General
- Topic: Comments and Criticisms regarding RTB and Post schedule
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- Wed Feb 11, 2015 10:22 am
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They never struck me as huge? They are rocks, not much bigger than your run of the mill boulder. I think your sense of scale is off :lol: Although the planets are scaled down a bit. Yes, so I thought too for those near the player. Than I saw those half-covered by the distant planet. I mean, the fac...
Wondered about the scale of asteroids in an asteroid belt almost behind a planet. They appeared still quite large in the video, seemed like moons. Mayhaps they were too large somehow or the planet in question really super tiny?
I wonder more how much change can be stored and how big the permanent footprint that the player can leave on the universe will be.
All will be fine - what's a few more hours against the eternity it takes to transverse the Limit Theory Universe ?
Lights, window lights on ships, or positional lights, or lights coming out of hangar bays. Blinking lights, fading lights... ah, well, I guess it's clear by now .