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    Haven't tried it on my Mega EverDrive yet, but from watching the video it reminds me of the unreleased Sonic Xtreme for the Sega Saturn.

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    Let's give this another try.




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    I don't know why, but this makes me remember of Dig Dug 2. Which is way, way cool

    Looking forward to the next release

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    You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to Sik again.
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    I'm keen to see your projects finished Sik, they look really fun. Keep it up!

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    !@#$%&ing lag (╯□)╯︵ ┻━┻



    Stupid HP put the fan under the bottommost layer of the laptop, meaning I can't clean the fan without taking apart the whole thing (as opposed to just the cover). Which basically means that if I want to clean the fan, I need to risk breaking just about everything. And now the CPU is running absurdly hot and I suppose the fan is full of dirt. So huh yeah, any suggestions that are less risky than removing everything?

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    No idea about about an alternative.

    Your last video looks awesome.

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    Nice vid, I hope you get this finished; it looks a lot of fun. Would putting your pc on something like a large stone or sheet of glass allow radiation of heat away? Maybe at least until you get your fan fixed...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sik View Post
    Stupid HP put the fan under the bottommost layer of the laptop, meaning I can't clean the fan without taking apart the whole thing (as opposed to just the cover). Which basically means that if I want to clean the fan, I need to risk breaking just about everything. And now the CPU is running absurdly hot and I suppose the fan is full of dirt. So huh yeah, any suggestions that are less risky than removing everything?
    Absurdly hot? How long have you had this laptop? Maybe the heatsink paste has dried up too, that can cause significant heat dissipation issues.

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    I got it from Oerg lol, so yeah old laptop. And yeah but to replace the heatsink I still need to get where the fan is anyway, so same problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sik View Post
    I got it from Oerg lol, so yeah old laptop. And yeah but to replace the heatsink I still need to get where the fan is anyway, so same problem.
    I'm on an older HP laptop myself and I have the same problem, while under warranty I sent it back to HP four times and though they replaced parts it was never really fixed.

    I was going to sell it but figured I'd try a laptop cooler with three fans that I found on Amazon for under $20, since I started using that I've had no more issues.

    Hope you get it fixed soon as I'd like to see more of Miniplanets

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    Needed a quick way to mark the "rescue" levels (those ending in *-9), hopefully this will do.



    And before you ask about the laptop... there's literally a fan behind it right now. Yes I'm serious.

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    Why don't you use a compressed air can? That should suffice for a laptop.

    I also had heat problems with a HP laptop some years ago, so I got rid of it after 2 RMA's in warranty.

    Also, I'm expecting to see that new background in motion.

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    What you need is some more blue LEDs to keep you GamerCool(tm)


    This game looks fun and the smooth scaling is very nice. How does that globe work anyway, sprites?
    Last edited by Grind; 10-29-2016 at 07:56 PM. Reason: image link was messed

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    Is that a Neptune avat-- oh, it's you (・・ )

    And yeah, it's just a bunch of sprites (one sprite per tile, an 88 portion is visible so 64 sprites total). The most bruteforced approach you could possibly think on. Still amused how it somehow manages to not hit the sprite limit.

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