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Re: One request and one idea

From: David Philippi
Subject: Re: One request and one idea
Date: Thu, 25 Sep 2003 08:29:58 +0200

Am Don, 2003-09-25 um 00.13 schrieb =?iso-8859-1?Q? Jonas=20B=E4hr ?=:
> Well, the worldmap is like a nice list of all levels in the world. If 
> you only want to get to the next level, it's ok the way it is, but If you
>  want to redo a specific Level (->record, see below) it's like an intro
>  that you can't skip. You want to to this level and not wait till the 
> Pingu has reached it. Imagine sitting in front of your browser and cout 
> to ten each time before you click on a link.
> I would even go a step further: Not only FastForward ('f') but also
>  direct start the level by double-clicking on it.

Imagine, testing worldmap related code, sitting in front of Pingus and
watching the Pingu walk around on it many times to test something. I did
that recently and didn't get annoyed. :-)
Also, I don't think a comparison with a browser is right, it's a game.
The worldmap is like the Super Mario games were you've got the exact
same situation - you've got to wait until you've walked to a certain
level. It's that way in many games I know.
BTW I'm not really opposed to changing it but I don't see any compelling
reason why I should do the work either.

> The record thing: Could you save for each level you've done a kind of 
> Highscore like
> "27/30 Pingus saved by Jonas on 12-8-2003", shown under the discription on 
> the overview?

That one is far more likely to happen, I thought about it now and then

Bye David

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