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G7470 last won the day on September 2 2016

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    Chris Day (Dayo)

    Glad to see you back Dayo. Certainly been a while! Glad to hear that you're doing well for yourself and are now a full-time developer. Hope to hear more about your projects soon! 🙂 ~G7470
  2. I'm liking it so far! Have to give you props, building something like this takes quite a lot of work. Just a couple of comments I noticed while watching the videos: In your conversation with "Captain", you were typing out what I'm assuming were key phrases in chat in order to work with the NPC. What is your plan for making sure that the user knows what those commands are? I noticed when you were using what I'm guessing are spells, the entire game lags quite a bit. How do you plan on cleaning that up? During your attack sequence, I was having a hard time splitting up between the levels of the building in the map. I'm hoping that using your own graphics will clean that up, so this might be a moot point, but something to consider. Like I said, this takes a lot of work to do, and for a game at this scale, you've done a good job so far. Keep it going, and I'm looking forward to giving it a try once it is available. ~G7470
  3. One step at a time...

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    G7470

    Thanks! It is good to see this back. This really helped continue to spark my interest in outside development. I hope that it continues to do so. I forgot to mention, I also help run a local group with all different programming levels. It just hit over 500 members last month I believe. Yes I have, haha. I'm one of those people that always seems to be doing something. Which reminds me that I need to update my website and blog...been a little behind on that lately. Thanks! I would say, all of my game projects I have come onboard after the game was "purchased". So they either used MCC or GRPG (PHP/JS), or in the case where I made the purchase, it was entirely custom (again, PHP/JS). If I would have to write it all over again from scratch, PHP would still be the way to go, utilizing an existing framework and building custom. I did start doing this for a project I was working on, but the project lead (client) lost interest in his own project, causing the project to be abandoned. ~G7470
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    TypeScript

    I hope so! It took some time for me to learn it, haha. I've heard about it for quite a while, so I figured I would give it a try. ~G7470
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    TypeScript

    I have used typescript for work with the website re-implementation I'm in the process of finishing up for work. It has had its benefits, that's for sure. At least for me, since I didn't really have a whole lot of JavaScript to work with in the re-implementation process to begin with, I didn't use it much. ~G7470
  7. Let's see - well for me, I'm working on a side project called Mobster Story. Other than that, I have a few other side projects in the works, including a home-grown VoIP application, which right now is still in the bare bones development phase, but it is getting there. I know that these exist, but I do have some personal investment in this market, and with this sort of product, I could sell it for a much better price point than others could, as well as give them custom configuration options that others may not be able to do (benefits of a home-grown system). When it comes to my work projects, I have been working on assisting in multiple large projects, including a new look/feel for our enterprise system as well as a website re-implementation. On top of which, since I work primarily for my University's financial aid office, I usually am creating programs for them to help calculate aid for students, which as you can probably imagine is quite complicated. ~G7470
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    G7470

    Hey everyone! I'm known here as G7470, or for some people, Goliath. I've been here since 2014; however, I started development in 2009 with the purchase of a game that some of you may remember called Mafia Caper, which turned into Gangster Sanctuary. I have been involved with side game projects since then, including Mobster Story (which I am just starting to get back into again), and Killers Instinct Mafia, which has since last I have talked about it here been sold. I currently live in the United States working for a University in their software development and security administration divisions. I work with an enterprise software system as well as do website development. I have been here for over 5 years now. In my free time, I bowl currently in a league. I'm by far not the best bowler, but it's a work in progress. I finally got a well put-together PC, which I use primarily for my development side project work. I do play video games occasionally on it too - just gotta find the time in the day. I am more than happy to help out whomever needs it. I have been quite active in this community before it disappeared, and I do plan on continuing to be active here now that it is back. Don't hesitate to message me about whatever it is you need. I'm more than happy to share my knowledge or lend a helping hand if I'm able to do so. Glad to be back! 🙂 ~G7470
  9. Been a while, that's for sure. Glad to see it back. 🙂 ~G7470
  10. I use the "New Topics" view too, but I can't seem to find it anymore. This is all I see at the top: [ATTACH=JSON]{"data-align":"none","data-size":"full","title":"new_topics_missing.PNG","data-attachmentid":378993}[/ATTACH] ~G7470
  11. You may be able to get one or the other here - it's difficult to find someone who is good at both, as those skill sets are entirely different. ~G7470
  12. [uSER=70347]NonStopCoding[/uSER] / [uSER=67703]adamhull[/uSER] isn't this something that's on GRPG? I can't really remember since it's been so long, but I know I've seen this before somewhere. If so, this could quite easily be translated to MCCodes lite. ~G7470
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    Review Feature

    From what I've tested out so far, besides what you have noted already: Images appear broken in the items/buildings area, but appear OK on the maker (Firefox, IE 11, Chrome) Zoom crashes the maker (Firefox) Panning the map crashes the maker (Firefox) Otherwise, it's certainly a good start. My suggestion would be to make these tiles bigger and easier to see. The items and buildings are so small that it's really hard to tell what the item is. I don't have much to comment on the source code itself right now, but if time permits, I may take a closer look at it. ~G7470
  14. That sounds like quite a lot with a limited budget, but maybe that's just my opinion on it. By the way, what is your budget? "Limited" does not really explain it, as limited for you could be quite a lot for us or vise-versa. ~G7470
  15. I personally prefer using unix timestamps because PHP and MySQL make it very easy to create and use them. However, that doesn't mean that what I prefer is the "preferred method" across the board. It's really what you would prefer, as it is your database and game. ~G7470
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