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Humble Indie Bundle #2
X-G
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December 2000
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humble bumble

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23yrold3yrold
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Hmmm, 'Top Contributors' is interesting; looks like Notch is giving back. :)

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phate
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April 2002
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I did $15. I can't remember how I divided it out, all I know is that I already had Braid for XBLA and Osmosis for my iPad, so I thought that was fair.

Hmmm, 'Top Contributors' is interesting; looks like Notch is giving back. :)

Damn straight, he better be!

He's already cost my place of business at least $500[1] with his game and those infernal Creepers! SSSssssss! :o (And thats not counting lost man hours :-X)

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  1. (20 people * $10) + $300 Dedicated Minecraft Server

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ReyBrujo
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January 2001
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Good to see people still care for indie games... came here thinking "these lazy guys at A.cc surely haven't posted it yet", but looks like I was wrong :o

Anyways, gonna get it myself for USD 50. After years of hard working I am finally able to spend that much per month in leisure! :P

(Edited: By the way, since I don't want to open a new thread because it would look like I come here just to post links, I am putting it here: gDEBugger GL for Windows (an OpenGL debugger) is allowing people to grab a one-year license for free. I guess some around here would like having something like that for profiling).

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bamccaig
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ReyBrujo said:

By the way, since I don't want to open a new thread because it would look like I come here just to post links, I am putting it here: gDEBugger GL for Windows (an OpenGL debugger) is allowing people to grab a one-year license for free. I guess some around here would like having something like that for profiling).

That seems like a perfectly good reason to start a new thread. :P

Also, you should definitely come back here, unless you actually have something better to be doing. :P

ReyBrujo
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January 2001
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Will give you (or anyone else) the privilege of starting a thread about it, not that I will be using it (never used it in fact) but I heard it is pretty good.

And for now job is keeping me pretty busy, plus I joined some Japanese communities to start practicing my comprehension, and will probably start subbing stuff starting next year. I don't even code at home anymore, something I would like to but right now don't have the time.

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Dennis
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July 2003
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Hehe, they lied about "any amount", if you enter 0.0 you get a funny picture though.

Bought it. Downloaded machinarium just now (after playing and enjoying the demo this morning), didn't have any problems (took about 7 minutes). Never heard of any of the other games before but Cortex Command looks neat too.

MiquelFire
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January 2003
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Braid was the only game I knew of. And the TD style game (which I won't play those types of games bore me) because of Notch's twitter or blog post about it.

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23yrold3yrold
Member #1,134
March 2001
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I finished Braid yesterday; it's not perfect (the story is annoyingly vague for openers) but it's pretty damn brilliant IMHO.

Machinarium I'm stuck in. Haven't tried the other games. :P

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gnolam
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March 2002
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decepto said:

Cortex Command is worth at least $10 bucks, imo. Great game.

Now who says that Allegro.cc members never finish anything? :)

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bamccaig
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July 2006
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gnolam said:

Now who says that Allegro.cc members never finish anything? :)

Now I'm curious if that is actually one of the creators. :) That would just be awesome (though less so that he didn't do it here...).

type568
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March 2007
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He didn't do anything, just registered.. Even if it's one of'em. Big deal.. No posts, no projects.. o0

gnolam
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March 2002
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The forum doesn't show old posts in people's profiles.

http://devlog.datarealms.com/cortex-command/open-sores-in-action/

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type568
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March 2007
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My bad.. However:

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Not 10 hours later, I had a patch for the problem! Amazing! Thank you gnolam for the awesome effort!

Do you have that thread in your bookmarks now? :P

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Wow, 2006.. Long before I joined the party :)

Kibiz0r
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September 2005
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Why are they always games I already have? The only one I don't have this time is Revenge of the Titans. I guess that's worth a penny just to have it, though I already have too many games I've never played. :-/

type568
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March 2007
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Move to thepiratebay.org so you don't regret having what you don't need. I guess most of the games I've downloaded got erased before me even trying'em.

Arthur Kalliokoski
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February 2005
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I found one of his old posts from four years ago.

http://www.allegro.cc/forums/thread/588230/623410

They all watch too much MSNBC... they get ideas.

Dennis
Member #1,090
July 2003
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Yay, finished Machinarium today (took about eight hours for the whole game split into two sessions, started yesterday evening). Neat. Now on to Cortex Command.

Matthew Leverton
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January 1999
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I found one of his old posts from four years ago.

By clicking on gnolam's link?

Arthur Kalliokoski
Second in Command
February 2005
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By clicking on gnolam's link?

That doesn't show anything, I had to google it.

They all watch too much MSNBC... they get ideas.

Matthew Leverton
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January 1999
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His linked page starts out with:

Quote:

While working on the joystick code, I hit a snag:
http://www.allegro.cc/forums/thread/588230

Arthur Kalliokoski
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February 2005
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Oh! That link! I didn't want to click on something called "open sores".

They all watch too much MSNBC... they get ideas.

Dennis
Member #1,090
July 2003
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Wow, the controls/interface in Cortex Command are/is a player-repellent nightmare.

CursedTyrant
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April 2006
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True. But the game is fun. Relatively. :P

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23yrold3yrold
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March 2001
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I'm not big on it. I see what they're going for but it's just a headache getting anything to do anything.

Osmos was okay. I'm stuck in Machinarium; guess you can't take that elevator twice ...

EDIT: nm, I beat Machinarium. Took me a while to realize that other robot still had the hose in his inventory. >_>

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