Ace Combat: Infinity
Ace combat is a hybrid arcade-simulation flight action videogame series featuring 12 games, published by the Japanese company Namco Bandai Games , and produced by Project Aces, an internal development team. The series emphasizes fast-paced action and dramatic plots, and has established itself as one of the most successful arcade flight action franchises.
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Jul 16, 2013Posted in: General Off TopicQuote from Raynbow
I'll be honest with you.
It's hard to take you seriously when you say you're "smarter than the average" when you type with broken English. In fact, it's hard to take you seriously at all in saying that.
And yeah I highly doubt you being any older than 15 with your weight.
I'm spaniard (English is not my native language), and I don't speak in english outside the internet.
Jul 15, 2013Kitsun3z3r0 posted a message on The above avatar is your only partner in a Zombie ApocalypseHope that this is a LIEHey, Why not the below avatar? That really would be a surprise!Posted in: Forum Games
Jul 15, 2013Posted in: General Off TopicQuote from Phoenix
I have trouble taking anyone who says they are much smarter than average seriously.
In fact, many people have an IQ higher than the average, but they're not scientists, or geniuses because they use their smartness on different ways. You may have an IQ above 115. Smarter people is not so rare to find.
Jul 15, 2013Hello, I'd like to introduce me:Posted in: General Off Topic
- 15 to 25 years old
- Growth in the middle class
- Growth playing lots of videogames
- Much more smarter than the average, but don't have greatest achievements
- Slightly racist in some way
(Maybe you share some of my attributes,not all, but some of them.)
I don't hear music, I don't like holidays and I love chocolate, sugar and fast food... (I'm not the only one, i guess) But my weight is 114 pounds and I'm thin...
Jul 15, 2013Kitsun3z3r0 posted a message on what is your technique when it comes to playing a survival world?Get wood, make craft table, get pick, get stone, get better pick, get stone sword, pick up everything, then go search sheeps, make bed, make house on plains,get food, get coal, make torches, going search iron, diamonds....and the adventure keeps up to you past thatPosted in: Survival Mode
Jul 13, 2013Kitsun3z3r0 posted a message on You and the above 2 avatars are suddenly the only sentient beings on earthI'm going to say an obvious fact: We have much more possibilities on our own than making a team, with anything...Posted in: Forum Games
Jul 13, 2013Kitsun3z3r0 posted a message on You and the above 2 avatars are suddenly the only sentient beings on eartha dinosaur and a rotten egg?? Oh, dear notch...Posted in: Forum Games
Jul 12, 2013Meh, I'm Thinking on this:Posted in: Suggestions
- Place gunpowder wire than leads onto a huge tnt amount
- lights up gunpowder with flint and steel
- gunpowder primes tnt
That way you don't waste redstone (more valuable than gunpowder) on making huge holes by a safe distance
Another feature may be, unlike redstone, the gunpowder "signal" will not weakens on far distances, saving some resources on the repeaters and redstone just for making explosions
Jul 12, 2013Kitsun3z3r0 posted a message on The most terrible things that ever happened in creative mode that ever happened to youI was making an automatic tnt cannon (1.5.2) with dispensers, Everything was perfect, I was herping with on a NPC village, but something happened and the cannon blew up... I never found what gone wrong...Posted in: Creative Mode
Jul 12, 2013Posted in: SuggestionsQuote from Kilkerko
Although I haven't suggested the extended piston part (Which probably has been suggested by others before) I suggested the sticky blocks here: http://www.minecraft...for-slimeballs/
I'm not saying you intentionally copied but your version of sticky blocks is exactly the same as mine.
We have the same concept, but the context is slightly different: You were (I guess) thinking on how to use the slimeballs, which took you to have the idea of moving structures, I was thinking on how to move big structures as a single block, which took me to the idea of using slimeballs. Whatever, if it wasn't a good idea, more than a person would not think about it.
I will mention your post.
Jul 12, 2013Posted in: SuggestionsQuote from Dungeon_Raider
10 blocks is overpowered, that's equal to 10 pistons. Plus add some crafting recipes, maybe a few screenshots.
Yes...yes, I will
Jul 12, 2013Gold armor, gold tools, gold blocks... uhmm... everything golden, I guess, they're almost useless, being stone and iron much more efficient in all cases, I harldy ever use gold blocks for buildings in creative... I don't like the colorPosted in: Discussion
Jul 12, 2013The idea of moving bigger amounts of blocks on a considerable distancePosted in: Suggestions
Here are some of the reasons I think than may be larger pistons, with more extension capacity and a system with slimeballs than allows to move 2 blocks as a single one. (Sticky pistons moving large groups of blocks)
- A better way to make elevators without the needs of complex mechanisms.
- The capacity of make large retractable bridges through ravines.
- Something like movable buildings
- Due to the capability of pistons to block the flooding water, enhanced airlocks.
Ok, the pistons act as normal piston blocks, except for their extension range, than may be more than 10 blocks (a good number?). That means than piston blocks can move a single block a further distance than a normal piston. That applies as well as sticky pistons, bringing to you blocks than are far from your reach
Crafting recipe for an extended piston (it will give you a piston with an extra block extension depending on how many times you have done this)
The extended piston principle
The connecting block system:
This is simple: by right-clicking a slimeball on the side of a block, it will become "Sticky". then, placing another block on the "Sticky" side of the first block will result on a "Merging" between two blocks. That merging results on changing the behavior of those blocks, being affected by a piston pushing as a single entity, moving them all at once, no matter that are in a different side to which the piston pushes. In other words: Pistons may push entire "walls" or sticky pistons may pull entire stacks of blocks.
This dude had the same idea, we had no connections:http://www.minecraftforum.net/topic/1786515-more-uses-for-slimeballs/
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