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Now look what you did! You’ve made known a bug to EVERYONE that will allow them to cheat! (For Now.) You should feel ashamed of yourself. tsk tsk…
Yeah, I forgot to say some of the other new features I like. I like the secondary camera view with shot cam. I use it all the time now. The waves also add a bit more life to this game. The islands maps are cool too. I enjoy knocking out the land around the enemy tanks until they fall into the ocean :twisted:. Can’t wait for a caverns environment.
Good job guys. Definitely one step forward.
about clicking on fuel and it not turning on, that is a bug that happens with many of the menu items. I have found that if you click to the left of the drop down menus it will select the item you want, while clicking on the right side or middle will do nothing…
I noticed that as well. After you figure it out though, it isn’t that much of a problem.
Ah, I see.
Is that for all versions of Scorched3D?
Don’t you also have to have a battery to move?
Why not set it to “Buy on Round 1”. That sounds even enough for me.
Thanks for the info… I don’t think my BIOS has that option but no big worry. I have a Windows 98 machine as well.
Here is where the registered version is:
Selecting the Triple Turreted tank is a little bit tricky. You have to first select a Computer Player, select the Triple Turreted tank, then move the slider back to Human Player. Not sure why that is so glitchy but it seems to be the same for all versions which BTW, if you wanna register v1.2 and lower enter the password TIASP1814 and that should get it.
I wouldn’t mind buying this game but the dude won’t take orders anymore.
I think we are starting to see now why Intel Cards are generally not listed under the supported graphics cards of other games.
I know this is starting to get a bit ridiculous here but, did you check Windows update to see if they had any compatibility fixes for your intel card (because you said it seemed to work fine with Win 98)?
ps: I still use ScorchedEarth 1.5 on my XP system. and I like to play the high round games.
How do you get the sound to work on your XP system dracon23? I can get it to work using DOSbox but everything slows down too much and I can’t get VDMS sound to work.
BTW, I was able to find the registered version of Scorched 1.5 a few weeks ago.March 18, 2004 at 2:44 am in reply to: segmentation fault around the time of loading lens flare #10932
“Quodos” to Gavin for buying a Radeon just to appease the fans of his game. If every game developer went the same extra mile, we wouldn’t need to download 20 patches for our games in order to play them.March 17, 2004 at 10:35 pm in reply to: segmentation fault around the time of loading lens flare #10930
So ATI + Linux + Scorched3D = Bad Idea?
You won’t be disappointed. I have a 566mhz processor and with that card I can run Scorched3D at full settings with almost no slowdown (I know I brag about this a lot) 😀 And it says in the DxDiag specs that you have a 1300 mhz processor and 256mb RAM so with this card, you technically should do better than me.
I should be an nVidia salesman! 🙂
Thing to remember about those integrated cards is that they don’t usually have their own processors (or memory) so they borrow it from your motherboard causing it to not operate at its full potential.
Or is yours not integrated?
I don’t have an AGP slot either. I have the PCI version of the board.
True they never crashed, but I did have problems with it where there would be and absolutely horrible graphical glitch and I’d have to update my drivers all the time. But I’ve never had a crash due to my nVidia card either. 😀