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    Coding newbie's first dabble into sourceports

    I've created a github repo with the source code, link in first post. Also a new compiled executable with another experimental codepointer, it may be a simple projectile shooting function, but it took me some thinking to come up and code it, no copypasting this time! yay! (but I did look at similar functions while coding it), the provided bex file has been updated to give zombiemen a questionable new ability.
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    Coding newbie's first dabble into sourceports

    I see now, I hadn't realized the state PrBoom+ was in, certainly explains a lot. I'll continue to experiment, hopefully with less/no copypasting involved past this point.
  3. I've been messing around with the source for ports like choco and crispy, mainly to occupy myself on something instead of succumbing to an anxiety attack. This port here is the result of me messing with MBF for ms-dos, based on the updated MBF source found at Vogons, which i've mildly modified (mostly while learning how things work by copypasting and going over the changes) after setting up the necessary tools to compile it, the changes are: -Made weapon switching twice as fast -Added the extra sprites and states from modern dehacked implementations (taken from the code in Crispy). -Added A_FirePlasmaNoAmmo (while learning how codepointers are defined). -Added A_DropItem (while trying to implement something that could have some actual use). -Added A_FireTrap (wall trap function). The main reason I'm posting this here is, i'd like to know from actual source port developers, is there a reason why there haven't been new codepointers beyond what MBF added? is it purely due to having to coordinate with other authors to make sure all the modern ports support these new actions? Downloads: Compiled Port Source Code on Github Load the provided .bex and .wad to check out the custom actions, the fist will be changed into the Quake 2 blaster and fires plasma, Imps have A_DropItem added to their death. Credits to the actual authors of Boom, MBF, MBF 2.04, Chocolate Doom, Crispy Doom and Doom Retro.
  4. The Cat in the Hat is the most horrifying horror movie I've seen, it uses the cube sound.
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    Alternatives to Yamagi Quake 2?

    Tried KMQuake2 yet? I have no issues switching between that and Yamagi for my needs.
  6. You're not going to find anything that'll do magic to such tiny sprites, sorry.
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    Port of the PC version of Exhumed/Powerslave

    Playing through the game with PCExhumed, I have to say this version isn't that much of a slacker either, there's still some platforming and trap setups, just in a smaller per-level scale, you're not gonna be revisiting levels with extra powerups or anything like that, but the visual design of the levels stands up to par, I think the only part about this version I don't like is sound design, but that may be because this port is unfinished and doesn't seem to be playing some sounds.
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    Port of the PC version of Exhumed/Powerslave

    Those sprites aren't from the game, only the sounds are left over.
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    Is Marathon Trilogy worth playing today?

    Because that's how the original game worked and changing it would be a "sin".
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    Is Marathon Trilogy worth playing today?

    You can forget about having a nice experience with Aleph One, the marathon community is extremely against changing anything beyond having the game run on modern systems.
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    Which games are bad, but you like them?

    I remember first playing a demo of Corridor 7 before trying the full game which had some major differences, I believe that may be a huge factor on C7's reputation, people judged it by the demo.
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    Which games are bad, but you like them?

    Dragon Ball Evolution (PSP), based on the awful live action Dragon Ball movie, no one can try this game without some level of prejudice, it's just a bite-sized Budokai game, which technically makes it not bad, just associated with a shitty product, I played it through and got everything in a few hours, honestly, it's a better experience than the proper Budokai games on PSP, maybe because it's literally those games but less, so everything feels more fresh.
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    PS2 Discussion thread

    The only method i know of for slims is literally using the USB ports, which are slow and don't work that well outside of ps1 games, or setting up an SMB share, which is annoying to do but has good results.
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    PS2 Discussion thread

    I wish someone would come up with an Optical Drive Emulator, at least for the slim model, "SMB or bust" is not really a place to be.
  15. Some of the games I continue to revisit: Brave Fencer Musashi, a good action rpg game, with tons of charm, there's even an in-game toy collection featuring most of the enemies and characters you meet in the game, and you have to make the choice of whether you want to open your sealed virtual toys or keep them in their box, and that's just a silly feature. Symphony of the Night, honestly who doesn't like this game. Resident Evil 3, RE1's light RPG influences combined with a Racoon City that was a cut above RE2's and a whole slew of random events that make each playthrough different, RE2 was amazing but RE3 is simply a step beyond. Digimon World, most people would hate this game, it's a glorified tamagochi, complete with your digimon pooping, and you better not let it poop in the grass unless you like poop. Quake 2, the PS1 version of Quake 2 is my favorite looking version of the game, the colored lighting adds even more atmosphere to the hellhole of Stroggos, having to put up with the loading screens is honestly totally worth it considering this port doesn't sacrifice model interpolation and texture resolution, unlike a certain other. Silent Hill, needs no real reason to be here, it's Silent Hill. Resident Evil Survivor, lots of people would tell you this game is trash, it's jank as hell but it sure ain't trash, the fact that a group of developers with a subpar budget managed to make something this atmospheric is outstanding to me, and especially amazed little old me all those years ago, it was the horror of a zombie infested city in full 3d, right on my CRT. Honorable Mention: PS1 Hexen, yes really, lots of people have read some exaggerated rumors about this port, there's definitely room for improvement but it's still an interesting (and at times quite amazing) port.
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