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Gold - UC: Gold & UC: AWA Patch

3000AD announces that the Gold edition of Universal Combat is gold, and will be shipping soon via their e-commerce partners. UC: Gold is described as "a stand-alone follow up title to the original Universal Combat game released in February 2004. It contains the full original game plus several enhancements, updates and features." They also announce the release of a new patch for Universal Combat: A World Apart, updating the space combat follow-up/expansion to version 1.00.07. The Version Control File outlines what's new.

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28. Re: Inflammatory Post of the Day Oct 4, 2005, 08:06  dsmart 
 
Using a static 2D image to describe this particular problem only shows that it IS a problem.... in a 2d static picture. In-game character movement and your ability to navigate in 3 dimensions effectively negates the "problem".

Having said that, any 3D game in 2005 should at least have basic blobs, it looks too sterile otherwise.


Basic blobs are shit. If I'm going to spent time doing something, its either done right or not done at all.

Given Derek's past history when his games go gold, I wonder how long it will take for him to sue his 'e-commerce partners'? I'm betting the lawyers get called out for combat duty in about a week. Any takers?

Thats funny. Especially when you consider that not only do I get monthly reports about sales of my games from all e-commerce partners, I also know exactly what I'm doing and we get paid regularly, instead of sitting around for a quarter+45 days only to find discrepancies, not get paid etc etc. Thats one of the things I talked about last month at an IGDA meeting.

http://www.igda.org/miami/meetings/2005-09.php

This comment was edited on Oct 4, 08:06.
 
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