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#76 2017-09-18 02:56:47

npzman
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Re: ZGB, a little engine for the Game Boy

Part 3 is out https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mHvLAZ2N9I4 and
Bonus video part 1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gTEAWTdXYbk


@Mills why did you ignored my thousands of emails for and what is your discord. ?

and Part 4 is coming soon

Maikel Ortega if you are reading this why you blocked my twitter ?

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#77 2017-09-20 09:47:17

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Re: ZGB, a little engine for the Game Boy

Mills wrote:

I'm doing a video tutorial for a MS-DOS engine, but no talking, just info on cute text. If the MS-DOS tutorial works, I might do one with zalo's cute engine.

That'd be awesome.

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#78 2017-09-21 01:29:37

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Re: ZGB, a little engine for the Game Boy

DU0 wrote:

Mills wrote:

I'm doing a video tutorial for a MS-DOS engine, but no talking, just info on cute text. If the MS-DOS tutorial works, I might do one with zalo's cute engine.

That'd be awesome.

Oi why have you been ignoring my email for ? @Du0

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#79 2017-09-21 12:08:52

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Re: ZGB, a little engine for the Game Boy

npzman wrote:

Oi why have you been ignoring my email for ? @Du0

Why did you stop emailing me? @npzman

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#80 2017-09-22 09:04:35

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Re: ZGB, a little engine for the Game Boy

emailed you 12 hours ago

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#81 2017-09-23 05:54:21

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Re: ZGB, a little engine for the Game Boy

Give me ideas for part 4

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#82 2017-09-25 07:11:32

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Re: ZGB, a little engine for the Game Boy

How to annoy everyone

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#83 2017-09-29 21:36:04

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Re: ZGB, a little engine for the Game Boy

npzman wrote:

Oi why have you been ignoring my email for ? @Du0

Because you are annoying beyond reason. Your insistence made me lose all interest in DMG development before I even got through the ZGB tutorial, and I've blocked your email address ever since. I won't tolerate anymore of your petulance, both because I'm busy with my own stuff and because I just don't have to. I've already helped you out beyond what I think I should have, but you keep on punching walls, trying to program the Game Boy while not even knowing how to write basic code in the first place. I won't submit to any more of your pestering.

I know how hard it is to moderate a small community, in which you have to value each and every member - especially the eager ones. I know because I've been there, moderating a Doom forum which never grew beyond 50 members for nearly a decade. But if it was up to me, I'd ban your ass the instant I got wind that you were harassing other users and making death threats to them out on Skype and YouTube.

@everyone else: pardon me for bumping here whilst not contributing to the topic. I guarantee it won't happen again.

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#84 2017-09-30 05:58:53

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DU0 wrote:

...

You haven't said anything that we weren't thinking...

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#85 2017-10-04 03:46:49

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Re: ZGB, a little engine for the Game Boy

So you send naked picture to my dad +please unblock my emails


Part 4 will come soon

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#86 2017-10-07 04:00:06

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Re: ZGB, a little engine for the Game Boy

Now I am working on part 4 right now. I am feeling less motivated due to the lack of feedback and no one around here caring. To me you are coming off rude by choosing to ignoring and I am the one who think you are the scumbags for that. I am a real human with feeling and emotions. I would love to have to have zal0 and DU0 to help me on the video. I ask question I get answered and not ignored. If they done that my video could have been done better and more people will watch learn and benefit. Please don't give me shit. Just help me whenever you can. I am the type of person who gets easily provoked when someone don't reply to my messages that doesn't just go for you but everyone who I talk to on the internet and even real life. I hate to admit it but I hit a girl years ago for ignoring me in person. Even though I don't have anger issues. Ignoring me don't have the same effect for me as it does for someone else.

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#87 2017-10-09 21:07:31

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x_mysRSwRgI part 4 is here lets see if anyone cares might get a good responce if I am lucky

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#88 2017-10-10 14:39:42

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#89 2017-10-12 14:23:25

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Re: ZGB, a little engine for the Game Boy

Greetings all,

I am fairly new to the dev scene and just wanted to say hello.  I'm very excited to try out this engine for my own projects (as terrible as they are).  A big thanks to everyone who has been helping make this engine something very special, especially Zalo!  Hopefully I am able to put something together between my university classes.  Thanks again!


Current Projects:
Super Pleistocene Mega Turtle Hunters
Project Monster Juice

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#90 2017-10-12 15:19:28

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Re: ZGB, a little engine for the Game Boy

guiltl3ss wrote:

Greetings all,

I am fairly new to the dev scene and just wanted to say hello.  I'm very excited to try out this engine for my own projects (as terrible as they are).  A big thanks to everyone who has been helping make this engine something very special, especially Zalo!  Hopefully I am able to put something together between my university classes.  Thanks again!

Hi there. Looking forward to seeing your projects!

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#91 2017-10-26 13:04:56

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Re: ZGB, a little engine for the Game Boy

Is there a way to permantly destroy tile sprites ?  they keep on re-appearing again.

thanks.

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#92 2017-10-31 02:15:15

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Re: ZGB, a little engine for the Game Boy

Sorry, that is not posible yet.  Sprites will respawn again when moving the scroll back to the respawn position

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