Started by Joseman, 23:43, 17 February 21
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Quote from: eto on 18:40, 26 October 21I now did a quick check: seems the scoring is maxed out after 16 bubbles. For 16 bubbles I get 9369 (15=4164, 14=3176) points and anything above will also only give 9369 points. I tried with up to 27 bubbles and always only received 9369 points.
Quote from: eto on 18:01, 26 October 21hmh... when I scanned the QR code I was sent to a page where I first had to select for which game I want to submit and then I had to enter the code manually. I will try again and let you know if it works.
Quote from: Redbug on 19:18, 26 October 21Yes, I take the a part of the scoring system of the arcade version. "This figure continues doubling for each bubble dropped, up to 17 or more bubbles" https://gamicus.fandom.com/wiki/Puzzle_Bobble#Scoring_system
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Quote from: Hwikaa on 14:15, 27 October 21By the way, @Redbug , it's no big deal eh, but I noticed that the file "readme.bin" says:
Quote from: Mr. DVG on 01:02, 28 October 21Everyone liked the game on average, but the issue of the absence of the arrow pointer was widely criticized (I manage the Italian facebook group dedicated to Amstrad CPC). I imagine that having used the "central" mode 0 the edges are sacrificed a lot and there is not enough space to add more details in the central area. Too bad because adding that detail the game would be perfect and would earn a lot of points!
Quote from: eto on 09:31, 28 October 21When I was in high school, I once did a perfect presentation and was downgraded a full grade because I didn't put the formulas in bold in the handout. (I don't imagine that, he said it exactly this way). I still think this was totally unfair. A comment, maybe even a tiny downgrade (A instead of A+) would have been acceptable, but going from "perfect" to "good" (B) because of a tiny graphical artifact that doesn't have any impact on the presentation and experience of the audience is weird.
Quote from: reidrac on 18:01, 02 November 21Yes, I have noticed that with the physics. Sometimes the ball fits, and I don't know why! I've played the game a bit longer and the screen shake before the board goes down one row forced me to quit the game. I've had motion sickness before, and the effect is not *that* bad, but for me it is very uncomfortable after playing for a while.I don't know if it is the length of the effect, combined with me focusing on the board, or the length of the "shake"; but there you are.
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