This is like augmented reality, kind of.
December 19, 2008
December 18, 2008
December 11, 2008
User made levels take the game to the next level literally. Just look at this.
See also: Recent good Knytt stories
December 10, 2008
If all else seems to be correct, check your parameter ordering.
December 9, 2008
I was so thinking about creating a Pac-Man multiplayer game myself for flash. Maybe there still is market for my version?
December 8, 2008
December 7, 2008
Go Twinsen! I really liked that game when I was a kid. Also known as Relentless: Twinsen’s Adventure.
Update: There seems to be a cool platformer too featuring Twinsen.
And I found this site which contains all known game maps.
- Only three years later I see this exclusive interview to promise the remake
- Relentless – Twinsen Forever
- LBA 1 File Format
- The Twinsen Times
December 5, 2008
December 3, 2008
You really cannot have multiple configuration files, for example each per referenced assembly.
.NET configuration subsystem always uses a single configuration file per AppDomain, and it is very much .exe centric.
What this means is that even though you created separate config file for your library assembly, it will never be picked up — .NET config subsystem will always look at your .exe configuration file for settings.
What you should do is simply put all your configuration options, including Coherence configuration, into your main application’s App.config and remove library configuration file from your solution, as it will never be used.
If you really need to have separate configuration file for the library and want to specify Coherence configuration options there (and there are very few reasons why you would want to do that), you will need to load your class library into a separate AppDomain and specify the config file to use. Take a look at MSDN documentation for AppDomainSetup.ConfigurationFile property for an example on how to do that, but again, that’s probably not what you want to do.
Read more about the architecture over here.
December 2, 2008
There are times, when you wish you hadn’t clicked the remember me checkbox on a password promt. To undo that here is what you should do:
Click Start, Run and type Control keymgr.dll
Remove the entries from the list.
The other ways to access this dialog are:
Type Control Userpasswords2 in RUN box, click Advanced, Manage