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Posted Sun Sep 2, 2012 7:13 PM
Well, for the Android touch screen interface, we were in new territory anyway and just came up with a quick way of pulling off the high score submission that could be done without breaking anything else and would be transparent to the user -- no needing to type anything, etc. It was only afterward that I came up with the other features that would be seen on standard hardware. So that said, it would be cool to fall back to the R:/telnet communication method to submit the scores if someone has their system set up for it.
Instead of developing a new device (B:), why not use the standard R: device and make your website request via telnet? That way all the existing emulators could be used, as well as real hardware with SIO2PC and a peripheral emulator that provides the R: telnet service?
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Posted Thu Sep 20, 2012 7:43 PM
I'll post the executable on my website ASAP. The same code runs on a stock 800, just no touch interface (duh!) or Internet leaderboard. If someone will send me specs on how they get the system to communicate via telnet, I can add that to the code as well so that someone with real hardware and SIO2PC can use the leaderboard.
When will you release the Non Colleen version Tom?
Posted Thu Sep 20, 2012 7:46 PM
Actually, a single finger would work there as well as it does in PD2012 -- tap where you want to fire and it aims and fires in the same action. That would rock. (Anybody have that source code? I could add the leaderboard mechanism to it as well! )
Missile Command using one finger to aim and the other to launch would be super-cool.
Posted Fri Sep 21, 2012 2:01 AM
OK, I have the new Planetary Defense 2012 executable (playable on original hardware and emulators) up on my website at THIS LINK
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Posted Fri Sep 21, 2012 8:39 PM
Well, I was pretty amazed last night when I got the score over 100K -- you probably couldn't get near that score with the original, but with the new terraforming bonus, you can get your planet built back up periodically and extend your score substantially.
I can´t remember mow much score I used to get, but I am sure that wasn´t the 100k you got in the leaderboard.
Any tricks for this game ?
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