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Discussion in 'About the Game' started by slowdownloader, Feb 9, 2015.
How many different types of ships are in the game thus far.
That is what we have our progress articles for.
Can't really cover everything with everyone or we'll be left with no time for actual development.
This post is about ship types.
If you think that telling a site administrator the subject of a post when that is clear from the thread title is a good way to get what you want, you are mistaken.
Unless you want to waste people's time, which is what I would like to prevent here.
I'd hate to admit why this ship went so fast at the beginning But also my ship lacks a lot of detail seen in the other ships. The less time I have to spend making it look like it took years to make, the faster it gets done.
Maybe making ships right after another for a long time makes you faster at it and better at it to.
I thought I'd replied yesterday but apparently it didn't work.
I like that approach since we'll want variety in our ships. Faster, and therefore more, is better and yours is still very nice. Keep it up!
just a quick question are ships that came with oars going to have them and will we be able to use them?Directed towards the late stage of game development
The most accurate answer I can give is: maybe.
well in the words of the immortal Dr Zoidberg "I'm not hearing a no..."
It has always been assumed that they would be included at some point, and there's absolutely no way we could do without them making a realistic game with seamless ship-land transitions.
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