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Forum Games / Re: Blockland Vending Machine!
« on: January 18, 2006, 05:05:21 PM »
Gets a chocolate chip.

* RS^Capt.VenomAK inserts $15.

Forum Games / Re: Blockland Vending Machine!
« on: January 18, 2006, 04:44:41 PM »
Gets an a get out of jail free card.

* RS^Capt.VenomAK inserts a n00b head first.

Forum Games / Re: Blockland Vending Machine!
« on: January 18, 2006, 04:09:25 PM »
They don't get it..... they never will. /me cries.

Clan Discussion / Re: Clan [USSR]
« on: January 18, 2006, 03:06:04 PM »
*Frau from Austin Powers*


General Discussion / Re: Shorty Shorts
« on: January 18, 2006, 10:31:07 AM »

Forum Games / Re: Blockland Vending Machine!
« on: January 17, 2006, 04:30:27 PM »
You win a chimpanzee that does your taxes.

* RS^Capt.VenomAK inserts $1.

Forum Games / Re: Blockland Vending Machine!
« on: January 17, 2006, 03:03:53 PM »
Venom finds the million dollars.

* Venom inserts $1.

Forum Games / Re: Blockland Vending Machine!
« on: January 17, 2006, 02:59:42 PM »
Felix edit your post..... i haven't flamed you in a while..... now..... follow the rules you insert a dollar and no being stupid.

Forum Games / Re: Blockland Vending Machine!
« on: January 17, 2006, 02:55:02 PM »
You win a bucket of lego's.

* Venom inserts $1.

General Discussion / DEV LOG
« on: January 17, 2006, 02:04:38 AM »
Alot of people have been asking, "hows blockland retail going, whats new blah blah blah" and have been too lazy to check the devlog page, for all of you that didn't know.... here is Badspot's blockland retail and FAQ.....

       This is a list of changes in development. These changes do NOT apply to the current version.
      Newest changes are at the top.

    * Created fxBrickBatcher- buffers brick geometry and renders it all at once using vertex arrays. - performance boost
    * Added per-object back face culling for fxBricks instead of per-polygon - performance boost
    * Created fxBrick class - Renders bricks of any size using quads instead of .dts models. - performance boost
    * Fixed bug with Fullscreen video checkbox
    * Integrated anisotropy fix listed here
    * High-res shadows turned on for screenshots.
    * Hud no longer displayed in screenshots
    * Fixed image retraction while mounted.
    * Fixed aim correction on new spray can effect.
    * Improved spray can effect.
    * Upgraded to version 1.3 of the Torque Engine.
    * Added access to panorama screenshot function that was already in the engine. Doesn't work very well though.
    * Screenshot number is now saved from session to session.
    * Added block destruction effect.
    * Added Horses. (model by Jack Monohan)
    * Tweaked lighting. Fixed block discoloration.
    * Changed minimum view distance modifier from 0.5 to 0.1.
    * Stopped players from picking up more than one of the same item.
    * New map: Slate. Its an 8x8 grid of baseplates floating in space with a neat skybox.
    * Fixed bug that caused chain brick destruction to sometimes take a really long time.
    * Added bricks: 1x16, 1x4x3Panel, 1x1x5, 1x2x5, 2x2x5girder, flowers
    * Player "score" is now the number of blocks they have placed.
    * Added console commands: changeMap(); announce(); kickID(); banID();
    * Can't put build through terrain or interiors anymore.
    * Fixed bug in hammer code that occasionally destroyed entire buildings. (maybe)
    * Added console echo when a player attempts to gain admin access.
    * Added console echo when a banned player attempts to join.
    * Changed version number.
    * Improved lamp on Bedroom.
    * Fixed window missalignment on Bedroom.
    * Added filters to server browser. (dedicated, nopassword, maxping, and mincpu)
    * Added map name to server browser.
    * Added dedicated/listen column to server browser.
    * Added sorting by category to server browser.
    * Added total server/player count to server browser.
    * Made player list (F2) bigger.
    * Players cannot place a brick more than 40 or so units away from their avatar.
    * Added RandomBrickColor server pref. Set to "1" makes new bricks a random color instead of gray.
    * Added MaxBricksPerSecond server pref. Limits the number of bricks that a player can place in one second. This should defeat lag-inducing build scripts.
    * Added BrickLimit server pref. Limits the total number of bricks that can be placed.
    * Helmet visor no longer tints your vision in first person.
    * Minifig accessories are now part of the player model instead of seperate mounted objects. This improves efficiency and avoids some strange visual effects.
    * Improved avatar custimization. There are now a huge number of options.
    * Added 1 second respawn delay to stop suicide spam.
    * Added a 6th inventory slot.
    * Added HammerDelayTime server pref. New players must wait at least this number of seconds before they can use the hammer.
    * Hammer and spray can are now accessed by the Q and E keys. They are given to players when they spawn and do not take up inventory slots.


Q: Who created this game?
I(badspot) created this game by myself using the Torque Engine.
I used Visual Studio 6 for C++ editing and compiling.
I used EditPlus to edit the script files.

Q: Are you going to be selling this game?
Yes. If all goes well, once the game is finished, it will be published through Garage Games. Garage Games uses an online distribution system where you pay via credit card, check, or money order and download the game directly. The system is really quite flexible and you shouldn't have anything to worry about.

Q: I donated and now you're going to sell the game? Did you steal my money!?
No. I have recieved $58 in donations which was very encouraging, but the web hosting for this site alone has cost me $215. So I'm not exactly making a profit.

Q: Will there be anymore updates to the free version?
Not for a while. When the retail version is complete there will be a demo of some kind, but I'm not even going to worry about that right now.

Q: Will you be able to mod the retail version?

Q: How much will the retail version cost? Will there be a monthly fee?
The game will be priced similarly to other garage games titles. There will be no monthly fee- just pay once and play forever like a normal game.

Q: Will there be a Mac or Linux port?
The final version will be available on Mac and Linux.

And Badspot, any word on release dates or anything of that nature?

General Discussion / Re: Where Blockland came from
« on: January 16, 2006, 03:40:06 PM »
I don't recall anybody coding C++ during 1992....
Heh, smartest blockhead i've ever seen.

General Discussion / Re: new mod
« on: January 16, 2006, 02:15:57 AM »
I don't do TBM propaganda..... i'm just correcting their remarks about "viruses", exploits in TBM now.

Also, maybe it did happen after RtB, i forget things.... i thought it was in between aio-R and RtB.... but i guess not.......cuz i remember a spot where AiO was really popular.....

General Discussion / Re: new mod
« on: January 16, 2006, 01:21:03 AM »
you guys are retards...

Your a retarded n00b who thinks he knows everything

7/16/2005 - TBM Exploit Details
The details of the TBM exploit have been uncovered by Harold "LabRat" Brown of the Torque community.
For complete information, see this thread.

Basically, TBM detects AiO installations and compromises them so that anyone can connect to the compromised server and then proceed to upload and execute any script they want. There are a number of things a malevolent person could do to a compromised server including overwriting all of the script files, effectively removing the entire game.

If you have installed TBM at any point in the past, I am forced to recommend that you delete your Blockland directory and re-install the game.

Do NOT use TBM

Rumors have surfaced recently that the makers of TBM have developed scripts that will damage a users Blockland directory if they attempt to use TBM code or models in a way that they don't approve of. I questioned Rob and MCP (aka Kier) of the TBM crew about this on IRC and they admitted to developing such a script. I questioned them separately about other hacking incidents involving TBM, which they both admitted to, but they tried to pin the blame on each other. These people cannot be trusted and their mod, TBM, should be considered a security risk.

MCP has shown a tendency towards spite, vengeance and hacker ethics. I recommend you delete TBM and its auto-updater immediately.

That was long before RtB came out and TBM has updated and has no exploits that i know of at this moment in time, if you think its retarded and has viruses, your a forgetin' moron.

General Discussion / Re: TBM Bad Or Good?
« on: January 16, 2006, 01:17:29 AM »
Meh, that was released way before RtB came out. TBM has updated since then and it has no exploits that i know of.

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