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Another XML question?

Postby KaiKayden on Wed Jun 16, 2021 10:06 am

Is it possible to code "starting locations" so every time player 1 starts on the same spot. Could be good for making first "assault vs. defense" map, where always omegle xender players 1-4 would start on one side of the map, and 5-8 on the opposite. That map should be reserved only for dubs, trips and quads... if that can be done it opens a lot of possibilities, like creating "tower defense" map etc.
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Re: Another XML question?

Postby Nucker on Thu Jun 17, 2021 4:54 am

This is a good question Kaikayden.

Coding the maps for a more sensible drop will defiantly make the playing experience a LOT better (despite the dice)
Also recoding the numbers will make for better gameplay.

Indeed it opens a whole world of exciting options.

Sadly CC has lost its enthusiasts and now is a dead site in terms of development.
The very very outdated site tells that story.

Fingers crossed for some common sense instead of pissy squabbles about how things can’t be changed in an ever changing world!...
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Re: Another XML question?

Postby singh31 on Fri Sep 17, 2021 8:02 am

Indeed it opens a whole world of exciting options.
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Re: Another XML question?

Postby Robespierre__ on Sat Sep 18, 2021 1:35 pm

Nucker wrote:This is a good question Kaikayden.

Coding the maps for a more sensible drop will defiantly make the playing experience a LOT better (despite the dice)
Also recoding the numbers will make for better gameplay.

Indeed it opens a whole world of exciting options.

Sadly CC has lost its enthusiasts and now is a dead site in terms of development.
The very very outdated site tells that story.

Fingers crossed for some common sense instead of pissy squabbles about how things can’t be changed in an ever changing world!...


It is true that the decrease in vibrancy no doubt diminishes development. Less about pissy squabbles as the replacement of a turn based game site imploded by mobile devices and social media for creating online connections. Once the site became 100% about the game itself, it is only natural that people gradually departed and there is not a ton of people in the next generation who grew up with this kind of game. Granted we only need 12,000-15,000 actives worldwide to make things much more vibrant, but that has not yet happened.

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