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General / Re: Beta?
« Last post by Rudolf on May 18, 2016, 02:55:02 AM »
Cool! I will sign you up tonight or tomorrow morning :-)
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General / Re: Beta?
« Last post by Roquene on May 18, 2016, 12:07:05 AM »
Hello

Yes i have Win 7 x64 (and Linux). My Joypad died some days ago after the last Axiom Verge run (hehe).
Just ordered a new one. Hope it arrives in the next days. It's not possible to play with keyboard?

Edit
Found a old gamepad! That should do the trick for now.
So i'm ready to play :)
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General / Re: Beta?
« Last post by Rudolf on May 17, 2016, 05:05:55 PM »
Hello RoQuene!

Do you have a windows pc and joypad?
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General / Beta?
« Last post by Roquene on May 17, 2016, 08:46:26 AM »
I stumbled upon this interesting game. I'm a big fan of 'Metroidvania' games and would be very happy if I had the chance to participate in a beta.
I also helped in other games. e.g. Distant Worlds Universe as Beta-Tester. (my name is in the credits).

Would love to test this game :)

Greetings
RoqueNE
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Eufloria HD Support / Re: Screen glitchy on windows 10 home
« Last post by Aino on April 14, 2016, 05:58:05 AM »
Try updating your graphics drivers.
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Eufloria HD Support / Re: Screen glitchy on windows 10 home
« Last post by Wordlesschaos on April 13, 2016, 04:38:38 AM »
Is anyone else , say the proper Eufloria people, going to help or is it just "Oh well. You're screwed."?
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Eufloria Classic Mods / Re: What are you working on? :D
« Last post by Lost Seedling on March 13, 2016, 03:59:24 AM »
Well that was over quickly!

One of the benefits of age is enjoying the memories of witnessing history as it happened. Regarding this milestone in computer development, it's pleasant to sit back and remember the inexorable march of computer technology culminating, on this day at least, in what may turn out to be an opening to a new horizon in technology's service to humankind.

Of course you're correct, Tom, that machines are not in competition with humans. I would like to know more, though, about the algorithms used by the programmers. If, some day, we are able to replicate the intuitive and creative aspects of human brains and combine it with the tirelessness and speed of silicon (or quantum) circuits, it could prove to be a fearful development if not chained by moral restraints.

Fascinating stuff.
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Eufloria HD Support / Re: Screen glitchy on windows 10 home
« Last post by Wordlesschaos on March 10, 2016, 05:23:42 AM »
No, it was already at high. I switched lower just to check and it has no affect.
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Eufloria Classic Mods / Re: What are you working on? :D
« Last post by Bonobo on March 09, 2016, 11:45:55 PM »
Wow, Lost Seedling, nice that you remembered this :)

I cannot analyze this game b/c it’s waaaaay over my head, but my last prediction (before the game) was and still is that AlphaGo will win—not because I know anything about AI or Go, but because of my perception of the communication and scheduling of the DeepMind group.

It was an awesome night … almost 100k people watching on YouTube, millions on Asian TV … I have 70+ notifications on FB instead of the usual dozen …

Also, contrary to some others, I am not “frightened”—for me this was not human against machine, it was human against human-made algorithm. I don't (yet) see Skynet arising from this.

Two videos of the game with commentaries:
AGA channel, Myungwan Kim (9p) commenting, for higher-level players
DeepMind channel, Michael Redmond (9p) commenting, for an audience with little Go knowledge

Greetings, Tom
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Eufloria Classic Mods / Re: What are you working on? :D
« Last post by Lost Seedling on March 09, 2016, 05:10:38 PM »
Congratulations to AlphaGo! I'm interested in Tom's analysis of Game #1 and his prediction of the final outcome. Personally, I had no idea what was going on but am fascinated by the advancement of AI in this arena.
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