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Quote from: Razor Concepts on August 26, 2010, 08:58:28 AMAll the kool kidz have apple That's about the only thing keeping apple in business. iPhones have always been lower quality, less features and less power then competitors for years, not to mention Apple is now more evil then Microsoft ever was, and o yeah, it's a completely closed source system. Don't get me started on the blatant hypocrisy of Linux users that have iphones. /rant
All the kool kidz have apple
YOU DON'T HAVE AN I PHONE!!!!!!
Macintosh versionIn 2008, Sandy Duncan announced a port of Game Maker for Mac OS X was being developed. The port had undergone many delays due to technical reasons. A version was made available for private beta testing.On December 4, 2009, YoYo Games' Mac Developer resigned; however, work resumed on January 27, 2010.On April 14, 2010, a release candidate for the Mac version was released.On August 11, 2010, YoYo Games released Game Maker 7 for Mac alongside a new Macintosh games hub entitled the YoYo Games AppStore. PlayStation Portable versionOn 10 March 2010, YoYo Games CEO Sandy Duncan announced a new version of Game Maker that would be coming to the PlayStation Portable system. YoYo Games recently held a competition (Competition 05) in which the restrictions resembled those of a PlayStation Portable, and many rumors arose. Eventually, after over three months, an official announcement was made. YoYo Games also has begun a new competition (Competition 06) with restrictions similar to those of a PlayStation Portable. iOS Version and controversyOn 24 September 2010, YoYo Games announced they were making an iOS version, compatible with Apple iPod, iPhone, and iPad. On 20 October, they have submitted Skydiver Mach II, their first app to the iTunes store. As of 22 October 2010 (2010 -10-22)[update], the iOS version is not yet available for public use, however, YoYo Games has released information regarding the requirements for Game Maker games running on the platform.On January 5, 2011, YoYo Games detected a group of hackers that created a decompiler for Game Maker so they can decompile/modify Game Maker games on the Itunes App Store and later the project would allow them to make and publish their own iOS game and bypass YoYo Games. YoYo Games responded by threatening to take action unless their project was terminated. This gathered much controversy as members of the Game Maker Community started to debate whether or not YoYo Games would sue. Nevertheless, YoYo Games's decision remains questionable to the hackers and the members of the Game Maker Community. One of the hackers, "Zach" said he would call off the decompiler project. Android VersionThe YoYo Games Store also allows users to port to Google Android.
Bump Just reminding everyone of this topicNo spoilers or screenshots butYOU3D!WILL BE BLOWN AWAY!!
And I need some robot theme background music, any suggestions?
Not compatible with 64 bit computers! Get with the times man!Well sounds fun, can't try it out though.
Quote from: madsci1016 on August 06, 2010, 11:26:37 AMNot compatible with 64 bit computers! Get with the times man!Well sounds fun, can't try it out though. To solve all incompatibilities I use almighty VMWare + XP(x32) It somehow works on my x64 Win 7.
Would you like to bug test for me maybe?
Can you give us a quick demo video? Or your gonna pull a Blizzard on us by taking 10 years to make it perfect?
As soon as I fix the catastrophic bug
Quote from: voyager2 on February 24, 2011, 01:39:34 AMAs soon as I fix the catastrophic bug That should be a name of one of the bosses