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#1 2017-03-11 02:17:30

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add option to skip/shorten death animation

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#2 2017-03-11 02:46:48

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Re: add option to skip/shorten death animation

This might not work so well for holdspace worlds.

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#3 2017-03-11 03:05:18

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Re: add option to skip/shorten death animation

N1KF wrote:

This might not work so well for holdspace worlds.

Who even plays hold space worlds? It's 2017!


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#4 2017-03-11 03:14:40

Onjit
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Re: add option to skip/shorten death animation

here is a client that i definitely made and gosha did not post it in the discord for me to post it for him. Don't use it in campaigns, just in case
http://www.mediafire.com/file/zp1idn372 … tDeath.swf


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A well crafted fan game created by Nathan Gunzenhauser, Pokémon Apex is an adult take on the classic catch ’em all gameplay of Pokémon. That’s not ‘adult’ as in violence and nudity (although there is some swearing), it’s adult in the sense the story themes that it addresses, with you playing a high schooler who’s mother and father have separated, and who escapes the drudgery of day to day life by playing video games with his best friend.

Throughout the game you discover that you can cross between worlds to the strange demon (or Pokémon) infested world and discover there is a dark cult hell bent on destroying both worlds. It’s up to you to step up, catch some Pokémon and take on the dark cult before they do too much harm. It’s a fun adventure, and a great twist on the traditional Pokémon gameplay.

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#5 2017-03-11 11:10:31

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Re: add option to skip/shorten death animation

This would give an advantage to players who used it in minis where you die a lot or need X number of deaths to continue.


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#6 2017-03-11 16:37:45

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Re: add option to skip/shorten death animation

Tomahawk wrote:

This would give an advantage to players who used it in minis where you die a lot or need X number of deaths to continue.

Ok so what about lagged users who have to wait like 5-10 seconds to re-spawn after they die? Blame the developers for making almost each single thing that used to be client-side, server-side.


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#7 2017-03-11 20:26:29

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Re: add option to skip/shorten death animation

Tomahawk wrote:

This would give an advantage to players who used it in minis where you die a lot or need X number of deaths to continue.

then activate it for that mini then disable it after. fair for everyone.


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#8 2017-03-12 15:30:23

Badoosh
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Re: add option to skip/shorten death animation

Or just redo the death animation to be shorter and less laggy.

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