Tom 7 Radar: all comments

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13401. debiatan (199.red-81-40-226.staticip.rima-tde.net) – 01 Jul 01:51:39 #screenshotsaturday ]
My guess is Jakobsen-style Verlet integrator and character morphing.
 
13400. Tom 7 (pool-74-109-242-55.pitbpa.fios.verizon.net) – 24 Jun 08:20:44 New applications of paint ]
Thanks Harley :)
 
13399. Harley (cpe-173-172-152-164.tx.res.rr.com) – 23 Jun 22:06:03 New applications of paint ]
Hi! This has nothing to do with your blog, I just wanted to say I love your fonts and thank you for posting them free to use! They are great and so are you!!
 
13398. Kirima (243.187.62.188.dynamic.wline.res.cust.swisscom.ch) – 22 Jun 08:50:18 Happy 20th birthday Escape!! ]
Me too, I guess it must had been an issue with my WLAN.
 
13397. Tom 7 (pool-74-98-229-167.pitbpa.fios.verizon.net) – 21 Jun 18:36:21 Happy 20th birthday Escape!! ]
Oh, glad it's mysteriously fixed :)
 
13396. Kirima (243.187.62.188.dynamic.wline.res.cust.swisscom.ch) – 19 Jun 06:03:03 Happy 20th birthday Escape!! ]
It works again, thank's anyway.
 
13395. Kirima (243.187.62.188.dynamic.wline.res.cust.swisscom.ch) – 17 Jun 15:25:56 Happy 20th birthday Escape!! ]
I did post this last comment!
 
13394. Anonymous (243.187.62.188.dynamic.wline.res.cust.swisscom.ch) – 17 Jun 15:25:19 Happy 20th birthday Escape!! ]
I finally solved Marc's last level, but I can't download his solution? I think that it doesn't work on other levels, too, but I'm not sure. (OS X Sierra)
 
13393. graue (104.193.170-14.public.monkeybrains.net) – 11 Jun 01:18:16 New applications of paint ]
Nice cabinet! Damn, I too have a bag of clothes on my bedroom floor, but since I've not been painting or sanding down any rusted metal cabinets either, I have no excuse.
 
13392. Anonymous (197.210.47.235) – 03 Jun 11:19:55 BAD SAT SCORES ]
I have a sat score of 1050 ( new sat) , I gpa of 4 out of 5 . I had a perfect 5 through year 12 ,11,and 10 but had a 4 throughout the three years in english , I got a 7.5 out of 9 in ielts . But the thing is the school I applied to needs 1100 . I have surpassed all the requirements but sat . But university of Houston won't still take me ( I think ) . I am really sad because I am graduating this year and this means I have to sit home one more year . What do I do
 
13389. Tom 7 (104.132.224.70) – 31 May 17:58:26 Category: Backdraft ]
Ha, thank you for the reminder. I wish I had more interesting stuff to share, but I have only myself to blame!
 
13388. calendar (catv-176-63-18-105.catv.broadband.hu) – 31 May 04:32:03 Category: Backdraft ]
You should post about your new projects today.
 
13387. Tom 7 (pool-74-98-229-167.pitbpa.fios.verizon.net) – 30 May 19:24:33 Happy 20th birthday Escape!! ]
I think Moon Framers would fit in pretty well, though I suspect they'd be pretty rarely used, since heart framers seem to be mostly used as a simple key mechanism to wake up the door (I think sleeping bots are pretty rare). This feature was an homage to Adventures of Lolo, where positioning sleeping creatures was somehow much more essential to the puzzles. I added it to the list of ideas...

I totally agree that the loading times of the level selection screen are one of the worst usability problems. I have a partial rewrite of that whole thing (the level selection code is pretty bad, too), but unfortunately the scope is big enough that it's unlikely to be a weekend project.
 
13386. n7 (174-25-69-53.ptld.qwest.net) – 24 May 01:18:34 Happy 20th birthday Escape!! ]
Hey, so it's been a while... I've not had time for playing Escape much in recent times, but I was thinking of it again recently and had an idea for a new type of tile which I would think should be pretty easy to implement and is a natural extension of things already in the game, but I don't recall ever seeing before. Just a thought I figured I should share.

Moon Framers
These are essentially the opposite of Heart Framers. They would function identically, except instead of everything waking up upon the collection of the last one in the main layer, everything falls asleep (doors included).

I would imagine optimization of level menu loading speeds would be a huge improvement to having players stick around if we get activity up at some point again. I can't remember if that changed in beta 5 but if not, it's probably the biggest concern other than annoying bug fixes...
 
13385. Tom 7 (pool-74-98-229-167.pitbpa.fios.verizon.net) – 01 May 22:05:39 SIGBOVIK 2017: ABC ]
Yeah I guess so :(
 
13384. jonas (catv-89-133-135-148.catv.broadband.hu) – 01 May 16:21:29 SIGBOVIK 2017: ABC ]
Do you need a calendar?
 
13383. Tom 7 (pool-74-98-229-167.pitbpa.fios.verizon.net) – 30 Apr 10:03:15 NEW: Tom 7 Entertainment System site ]
Thank you Dom C! :)
 
13381. Dom Casual (c-76-28-2-86.hsd1.vt.comcast.net) – 26 Apr 20:08:04 NEW: Tom 7 Entertainment System site ]
The songs are wonderful,(I particularly like "Theme from Facebook Phone") and the performances equally so. Great work.
 
13380. Tom 7 (pool-74-98-229-167.pitbpa.fios.verizon.net) – 18 Apr 20:40:04 SIGBOVIK 2017: ABC ]
Yep, you're right. A few people have pointed this one out (it's also a prominent blunder in the video), which makes me especially ashamed to have missed it. :)
 
13379. N7DOT (159.191.162.254) – 18 Apr 12:41:51 SIGBOVIK 2017: ABC ]
Sorry if I missed something, but... isn't

x or y

equivalent to

(x and y) xor (x xor y)

? I don't see why addition would need to be used for implementing bitwise or, since xor is the same as or (and as addition), if it is given that at most only a single argument can be true/1, which is the case here.

Other than that, though, it's impressive you accomplished this with such tight restrictions. Haven't gotten to watch the video yet though I plan to later... also, haven't finished reading the paper yet...!
 
13378. Anonymous (184-97-94-111.spok.qwest.net) – 09 Apr 00:04:16 Bathroom? Mushroom! ]
my son just sent me pictures of mushrooms growing under his kitchen sink. I told him to get the landlord to relocate him while they tear out the walls because it probably is so infested. It was the sickest thing I ever saw and I don't want him to be severely sickened by them.
 
13377. Nels (pool-96-238-5-77.prvdri.fios.verizon.net) – 05 Apr 13:18:44 SIGBOVIK 2017: ABC ]
The Joseph Stalin Award for Excessive Execution
 
13376. Nels (pool-96-238-5-77.prvdri.fios.verizon.net) – 05 Apr 12:47:38 SIGBOVIK 2017: ABC ]
Gotcha. There used to be a most suspiciously like real research award (probably still is) which you're always in the running for in my mind. Though I tend to equate research with effort...
 
13375. Tom 7 (pool-74-98-229-167.pitbpa.fios.verizon.net) – 04 Apr 23:27:06 SIGBOVIK 2017: ABC ]
Thanks James! :)

Nels: Award for "Most Executable." Registered a 0db on the Applause-O-Meter. The true treasure is friendship with your computer.
 
13374. Nels (172.56.22.58) – 04 Apr 15:21:35 SIGBOVIK 2017: ABC ]
Also, 68k is the first assembly language I learned! I thought it was satisfying.
 

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