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  1. Fun little edit of some gameplay I did to the tune of Beastie Boys and Talking Heads. Enjoy!
  2. Hi! I posted this in the other category but got no luck. How can I access a custom shader with code from a plugin? I tried AssetBundles but I couldn't get them to load and the tutorials I could find for them where either missing parts or quite convoluted. I was looking at some github repos and it looked like you could store the shaders as individual (complied?) files and then load them? Thanks for any help!
  3. Hi! How can I import/access a custom shader of mine with a plugin, so I can set create and set new materials at runtime? I've tried creating asset bundles, but any tutorials I could find where quite convoluted or missing steps, and when I tried to load the shaders out of the asset bundles via these tutorials, they always ended up being null. Also, what I would typically use in unity, the LoadAssetBundle() function, seems to not exist in my class library. Thanks, any advice would be appreciated!
  4. Unfortunately, several of these features seem to be what the KSP 2 team is working on. I'm totally up for new planets though, that sounds great! Maybe something akin to the hidden planet that dev wanted to add so long ago? Submarines sound great too, though things like buoyancy updates I think should be released as a normal update. I've always wanted a purpose for laythe subs, perhaps caves and stuff? :O
  5. A Full 30+ min cinematic, with special effects and stuff. A full 3 months in the making.
  6. It all started out as a normal (albeit quite modded) mother-ship-style mission to Eeloo, the rocky hard planet at the far reaches of the Kerbin system. My ship was a large, inefficient but cool cryogenic fuel ship (no pun intended), and after a few gravity assists, I had my intercept. But in my joy and happiness from the mission ending out so well, I failed to notice that my intercept had in fact brought my precious ship's Periapsis several thousand meters above the ice-cold surface. As typical to any KSP player, overzealous time warp is often the end to many missions- but they just rev
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