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  1. We will wait not patiently, but we will wait...
  2. Ylands is made by Bohemia Interactive, the company that did Arma & DayZ, but a totally different style of game from those. Reminds me a bit of the original Stranded or a bit like SALT. It's a little demanding for my really old computer but should play nice on new systems: I am rather fond of procedurally generated voxel building games and this one has some interesting elements: Instead of using square cubes for everything there is a much nicer "artsy" prism style to the world. I died a few times the first time I played, from not paying enough attention to being cold or hungry (yes you can die from cold, so put some clothes on and build a fire!) It is one of those games you can jump into not really understanding how it works, and just enjoy figuring things out bit by bit. It's coming to Steam Early Access this coming summer but you can get in early through their website, getting in during alpha costs $9.99 and I think will cost more when it gets released to Steam (you'll get a steam key too). There is a fair amount of content for a pre-pre-early-access-alpha, but its not yet a completed game. Still enough to putter around with for hours! There is a Scenarios editor and I think they are hoping to make this an active modding game. This is a lets play by Christonian who I used to follow for his indie game early looks:
  3. sorry I forgot to tag the thread so missed the updated info. Your barding issue does not involve a hellhorse so it might be a different issue form the others. I am puzzled because the adapter info references an integrated intel chip and intel driver (Adapter info: igdumdim64 ( which i think is maybe IntelHD530 or HD5600 or something, ... as well as a Radeon R7 M370. It appears to be a laptop so maybe it has both, I guess it is using the radeon since it at least shows that though I have no idea why it even lists intel as the adapter, and lists an intel driver ( Usually it lists one or the other and not both, Maybe one of the wurm client devs will know some other ways to confirm which it is using inside of Wurm, the intel chip or the radeon. According to one site, this might be a generic microsoft windows update driver for Intel HD 530 and those microsoft drivers do not tend to be as OpenGL friendly, but again the radeon references have me confused over which adapter is actually being used. Over my head -- so hopefully a wurm dev will know whether your barding issue is same as the others.
  4. Build is a pretty old driver for intel graphics, see if the driver from here helps: Is this a laptop? What is the brand and model? (driver build numbers keeps running me to DELL website with a driver date of 21 Jan 2014) Two more things to try: 1) See if the new unstable client works better (I heard sometimes if does for intel graphics) 2) or, with the regular client, see if these lowered settings make things any better If this a laptop with "switchable graphics" -- ie, intel for low power and nvidia/radeon for gaming, it's possible that updating java changed the path for java and the dedicated gaming card can;t find the new path. Easiest fix is to go to graphics control panel > manage 3D settings > global > "always use high performance graphics"
  5. PS: I actually enjoy 7 Days To Die once I figured out how to disable zombies, ignore guns and cities, and just make a custom outdoorsy map and use bow & arrow for deer hunting. There is a big update coming "anytime now" that should give a ton more freedom in building designs. Right now they have bears deer pigs and I think they are about to add more wildlife (wolves, buzzards, some other stuff) There are also new updates this week in Rising World ECO Survival has some intriguing elements, it's meant for Co-op play (so that you can battle environmental issues as a team) but can also be played singleplayer (early stages still) I started tooling around a little this week in Eve Online again, my first time back in many years. They have a new "alpha clones" free to play option though like Wurm, there is a cap on how far you can get without either putting in money or working pretty hard for ingame ways to buy gametime, Not sure how long I will stay with it this time -- I don't think i am committed enough to work my way up to "omega clone" ie premium status, but kinda fun again trying out all the tutorial missions (Exploration, Industry, Military) from the NPC agents for now. Yes, I am a carebear so yes, I stay mostly in pve solo friendly high sec areas. SO SHOOT ME. I enjoyed early builds of Subnautica which can be fun if you like the idea of building an underwater station while gathering crafting resources. There is a bit of a storyline though like all true sandboxes, you can kind of ignore it to wander around on your own. If you are not a stickler for modern graphics, Unreal World (iron age finland). every so often I jump back in for a few weeks of huntging reindeer with bow and arrow, avoiding death by frostbite or starvation, and trying to put together a nice homestead before winter sets in hardcore. I also tinkereed around a bit in Creativerse which is kind of a prettified minecraft. Steam has a free to play version you can try out. For some reason I enjoy plunking around in the "beginner" stages of these games more than racing to get the the so-called "endgame," which means I enjoy ones with replayability in the early stages (new map, slightly different challenges, but slower paced exploration rather than action-combat oriented) I always end up back in Wurm, though.
  6. Not out yet but looks interesting if you are not into Zombies and Guns: "" LIFE: A Lighthearted Survival Game, coming soon to Steam Greenlight! ""
  7. Been like that for a couple months now: needs a "merge" more than a "move"
  8. sounds somewhat similar to these: Both of those were related to using NVidia Geforce Experience Shadowplay Are you recording your gameplay? Do you feel this is a necessary program for you? (I took it off my computer when I realized how much gunkware NVidia installs these days, i usually only install the basic driver and PhysX) If you have NVidia/Geforce and don't really need all this extra stuff running, maybe try uninstalling removing or disabling the "GeForce Experience" program ?
  9. Nice, time to go make me some more planter pots ...
  10. they actually do sell bumper stickers already: besides the bumpersticker boring you can get: clock totebag: only slightly out of date calendar (still perfectly good as a coffee coaster): and the ever popular CLASSIC (and super duper classy) ... THONG: so you can see code club is right on top of the merchandising opportunities already.
  11. Slaymane, you are using the generic microsoft driver (probably reinstalled windows at some point?) Do not use windows update for the drivers, update the video drivers directly from the graphics manufacturer: INTEL: NVIDIA/GEFORCE: ATI/RADEON:
  13. Marks her calender and sets the egg timer ...
  14. Page 1: DeedPlanner 2.8.0 - not released yet Added "Animals" tab That's because animals tab is not live yet....