Applicable to gameworlds and role playing environments, the term base refers to a character?s natural ability statistics, without buffs or equipment modifying them.
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A basic, yet very good outline for a needs-specific NPC that responds to the environment around them. An excellent base from which to design your own system.
?You may have heard it before. Maybe it was you, maybe it is someone on a mud you have played. But you know the drill: a drunk/immature/psychotic administrator flagrantly abuses the player base for the last time. Vowing to make a better, utopian mud, these abused players start their own mud somewhere else. And then it is all downhill from there.?
A look at the ActiveWorlds graphical codebase, its extensibility, pros, cons, and its suitability as a base for your world.
An old Imaginary Realities e-zine article that has lost none of its relevancy with the passage of time. It details six ways to really, really irritate and frustrate your user base in any virtual environment ? gameworld or not ? if you provide puzzles and fail to design them with these problems in mind.
Stage 3: The seedling sprouts through
The third stage in building a race is to look at the environment, at the physical capabilities of the race itself, and build on these, into the base culture they will have.
Since the beginning of 2009, there has been a swift flurry of uptake of increasingly sophisticated health monitoring, reference and diagnostic tools for health professionals, using the iphone systems as a base platform.
World Review: Sherwood Dungeon
World Review: Active Worlds
AW itself is made up of a collection of worlds, sharing the same graphical base, yet it manages to maintain cohesion as a 'worldlet' of sorts itself.
Special Client Required
This book launches into the use of computer games and simulations, to replicate the situations an adult. That is to say, not edugames that are dry and boring, with all the fun of a PowerPoint slideshow, but putting into complex simulations, and simple fun games, the same base concepts for success that are found in the wider world.
?MUSH stands for Multi-User Shared Hallucination, and is derived from the mud family of online games. They are text based programs which allow multiple people to simultaneously interact within an artificial environment. This article will be focused on role playing MUSHes using the PennMUSH code base, although the TinyMUSH and TinyMUX code bases bear enough resemblance for this to be applicable.?
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Believing that a moon base is essential for exploration of the solar system, Japan has recently announced plans to send humanoid robots to the moon to construct a robot lunar base. As part of the $2.2 billion project, the robots will begin ...
ony Electronics is making a feature of its mobile TV panel available on notebooks, and travelers will be able to access local TV content when far from home as a result.
The panels and notebooks will be able to access the base...
In a darkened hangar, two soldiers fire beams of light at computer-generated images of enemy troops on large video screens. Sounds of battle fill the air through a speaker system.
This virtual-reality shooting range at Wright...
Researchers at Rutgers University's Winlab and NEC Laboratories have developed a system that improves Internet access on the road. The system, called R2D2, uses special antennas and novel software to let users upload big chunks of informat...
Rolling out next-generation wireless networks can be painstakingly slow and patchy at the best of times, as the U.S. deployment of 3G has shown. But IBM researchers in China reckon that shifting the signal-processing requirements from base ...