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Arithan

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  1. The free version of Unity is now the Personal Edition and you can use it commercially if you're annual revenue is under $100,000. http://unity3d.com/legal/eula The old business model is that there was a free version also, but almost all the cool features were only in the pro version, which was $1,500. The pro version still is $1,500, but it's aimed more at larger studios now. So even a hobbyist can get all the engine features for free now. UE4 use to be $19/month or something, but then they dropped that and made it free with 5% royalties if you make over $3,000 per quarter.
  2. Thanks for the comments and votes everyone. The problem is Greenlight is that it's a lot worse now than before. I actually launched the first version of the Greenlight page a little over a year ago and it got comments about bad graphics and lack of gameplay variety. So I took the page down and fixed those issues. At the time, the page got over 6,000 unique visitors in the first few days. Now with my new page, it's just over 2,600 visitors in 29 days. So it seems a lot less people care now since there are so many junk games and people putting up stuff just to troll. At least the yes/no ratio is better this time though. Desura and GoG only accept completed games I think. Mine is still a ways from completion, but I wanted to get it on Greenlight first because it can be a long process. It actually might be better if I just completed the game and got it on other sites first if I can't get enough votes for Greenlight now. Maybe once people play the full version it'll get more support if people like it. There has been talk about Greenlight shutting down soon though. A quick search about that leads to many articles from Jan. 2014. They want to make it even easier for developers to get their games on Steam. So we'll have to see what happens.
  3. Hello Everyone, So while waiting for the Star Citizen PU, I've been working on a platformer called Space Safari. I launched Space Safari's Steam Greenlight page about a month ago, but unfortunately it's been getting more no votes than yes votes. Most of the comments I've gotten so far have been positive. So I'm not sure what I need to change in order for the game to appeal more to those who voted no. If anyone could help by providing some feedback, it would be much appreciated. If you like platformers and what you see on the Greenlight page doesn't appeal to you, I'd like to know why. Here is the link to the page: http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=316691811 Thanks for any help you guys can provide.
  4. Here is their policy on using their stuff http://www.nasa.gov/audience/formedia/features/MP_Photo_Guidelines.html#1 That link is in their full SoundCloud profile. The last paragraph talks about commercial use.
  5. Looks like the 890 Jump and Cutlass pushed us over 57 million which unlocks: https://robertsspaceindustries.com/funding-goals With the remaining batches of the 890 Jump, 58 million should come soon too. And from the poll on the last letter from the chairman, it looks like the repair ship will win.
  6. On the concept sale page of the Reclaimer has something interesting about the cargo space for the MAX: https://robertsspaceindustries.com/comm-link/transmission/14171-Concept-Sale-Unveiling-The-Aegis-Reclaimer Wonder how much it will increase.
  7. More information on this page: https://robertsspaceindustries.com/comm-link/transmission/14171-Concept-Sale-Unveiling-The-Aegis-Reclaimer And the ship stats page has been updated to match the stats.
  8. The i7-5820K Haswell-E that just came out recently, along with some higher end ones, don't come with a cooler. And the price on Amazon for that one is currently $389. Not much more than the 4790K ($340). Different socket though, unless you already have a motherboard that supports 2011.
  9. Mine runs at mid 30s to low 40s at idle, and 70-80s under load too. But when doing stuff like rendering where it uses 100% of the cpu, it actually went to 100 and my computer froze. So I locked the speed at 4.0Ghz and now it goes to low or mid 80s even at 100%. This is with the stock cooler, but I re-applied the thermal paste with Arctic Silver 5. With the stock thermal paste, it would idle in the 40s.
  10. Several EVGA ones are now available and in stock on their site: http://www.evga.com/articles/00872/EVGA-GeForce-GTX-980-970/ It's mostly the lower ones that are in stock. The super-clocked, FTW, and Classified, etc, are either coming soon or already sold out.
  11. The 980 and 970's were just announced. More info at their site: http://www.geforce.com/whats-new/articles/maxwell-architecture-gtx-980-970 980: http://www.geforce.com/hardware/desktop-gpus/geforce-gtx-980 970: http://www.geforce.com/hardware/desktop-gpus/geforce-gtx-970 From the last part of that first article, it says the 980 ($549) and 970 ($329) will be released tomorrow (Sept. 19).
  12. Can't wait for Friday to see what concept sales they'll have next. https://forums.robertsspaceindustries.com/discussion/178602/comm-link-schedule-week-of-september-15th
  13. I guess it wasn't. It was just some other "small patch": https://forums.robertsspaceindustries.com/discussion/175765/alert-arena-commander-down-fix-inbound
  14. Arithan

    3d printer tips

    http://www.shapeways.com/tutorials has a lot of good tutorials and tips on 3D printing. You can also use them to do the printing for you, and you can set up shop there to sell your stuff. If you use your own printer, you can still use the general tips and tutorials, but the specs like the max sizes will probably be different.
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