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  1. KSP is dead?

    I need to pull out the discs and watch that again. It's time to get the children addicted to it. That game drove me crazy. It took me years to figure out how to finish it.
  2. KSP is dead?

    What? They added graphics to it?!?
  3. KSP is dead?

    KSP died with version 0.14, when they turned it into a money grab by charging for it. KSP died with version 0.15, when they decided to focus on planes, instead of space. KSP died with version 0.16, when they added EVA. KSP died with version 0.17, when they added other planets. KSP died with version 0.18, when they killed off any mods for docking. KSP died with version 0.19, when they... umm... Well, I can't think of anything, but I'm sure whatever they did ruined the game. And so on, and on, and on and on. KSP has been constantly getting one day closer to its death every day.
  4. Thread to complain bout stuff

    How can you be sad when you get to read a sentence that says "... his journey into the atmosflat will mark the first phase of his ambitious flat-Earth space program."?
  5. Cool songs to play with KSP

    Yakety Sax
  6. Development Update for Consoles!

    Release date by the end of January.
  7. Thread to complain bout stuff

    Office politics.
  8. So what song is stuck in your head today?

    I can't remember where I saw it, but I found this reference: http://uproxx.com/hitfix/watch-davy-jones-last-song-was-about-meatloaf/
  9. So what song is stuck in your head today?

    It was the last thing he recorded. I have to say, that show had some pretty decent songs. It was one of the few cartoons I could sit and watch with the kids. (Or without them, sometimes.)
  10. Post your Kerbal country names here!

    "National boundaries are as invisible as meridians of longitude, or the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn. The boundaries are arbitrary. The planet is real." -Carl Sagan "From space I saw Earth -- indescribably beautiful and with the scars of national boundaries gone." -Muhammad Faris "When you're finally up at the moon looking back on earth, all those differences and nationalistic traits are pretty well going to blend, and you're going to get a concept that maybe this really is one world and why the hell can't we learn to live together like decent people." -Frank Borman "I really believe that if the political leaders of the world could see their planet from a distance of 100,000 miles their outlook could be fundamentally changed. That all-important border would be invisible, that noisy argument silenced. The tiny globe would continue to turn, serenely ignoring its subdivisions..." -Michael Collins "The first day or so we all pointed to our countries. The third or fourth day we were pointing to our continents. By the fifth day, we were aware of only one Earth." -Sultan bin Salman Al-Saud
  11. Indeed. It really is quite limiting, and one of the reasons I don't see a large-scale multiplayer KSP working. It's also why I would expect multiplayer to really only be useful when all players are trying to do something together, rather than splitting up and doing different things. I'm not saying multiplayer KSP is a great idea, just that it is workable (within limits), and that I have my own preferences on how it should work. See also:
  12. Personally, I dislike that idea because it allows paradoxes. You have one player (A) in the future relative to another (B). Let's say that A docks to a space station in B's future. In A's past, B arrives at the station, and docks to the empty (because A isn't there yet in B's timeframe) port that A already used in the future. How should this be handled? Who is docked to the port? If it's B, because B arrived first (in the unified timeline), then what happens to A's ship? If it's A, because A arrived first (in reality's timeline), then what happens to B's ship? Or what if B deorbits the station before A docks in the future? What happens to A's entire timeline, since there was never a station to dock with in the first place?
  13. You mean... multiple players, all playing the same game? For KSP, it works if they're all doing something similar, such as building a station, or traveling to Jool. It's utterly ridiculous to expect multiplayer to work if one is building a station and one is going to Jool. If a Jool-traveler is playing with people that are building a station, then time compression is the least of the player's concerns, and said player should reconsider why he's the odd one out that doesn't fit with what the other players are doing. Otherwise, it's not really multiplayer, it's just everyone playing alone. Might as well just have everyone playing on their own game, and have a chat server instead. I mean, it's not really multiplayer hide-and-seek if one player is playing chess, and another is building a birdbath, is it? But please, go ahead and explain to me why I'm wrong.
  14. Or maybe the Jool guy can go play somewhere else, instead of constantly whining at the space station folks? Posting to a topic a little over 24 hours after it was last posted to is "bumping old posts"? Wow.
  15. Thread to complain bout stuff

    Truly, this is a complaint I can agree with.