Monthly Archives: October 2006

USM2 match screenshot

Click to enlarge the thumbnail to see the USM2 match screen in all his splendor! seriously, I’m very pleased how it turned out. The players now have a particular color depending on their role (goalkeeper=green, defenders=blue, midfielders=yellow, attackers=red). I’m thinking … Continue reading

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sensational goal!

I remember that scream when I was playing the good old pro evolution soccer series some years ago with my friends (what memorable tournaments I made!). Now a friend developer just released a nice game – ok is not 3d, … Continue reading

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Why I choose PTK

When I started to work seriously on indie games, my first choice went to Blitz3d (at those times Blitzmax wasn’t yet available). I made my first game USM with it. Luckily, after that I found PTK and never went back. … Continue reading

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galactic civilization 2

Today my copy of Galactic Civilization 2 (Galciv 2 for the friends) arrived. I tried the demo some weeks ago and was impressed about it so decided to buy it. I bought it as always from www.play.com because the price … Continue reading

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usm2 visual basic editor?

Yeah seems crazy but… today I wrote a small editor in VB for usm2! I save the data, as always, in CSV format so isn’t a big deal to read it from mac/pc transparently. Why I made that editor? because … Continue reading

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