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  • #441 ✎ 190 seggiepants Thanks for the translation help. Still not sure what to make for the contest. I do however have another set of questions. Has anyone ported Sim30n's Sim3D to SmileBasic 4? I was thinking of maybe trying to get my Combat 3d game going again. That runs on Sim3D, and I didn't want to redo work or step on someone's toes if they would rather I not take a stab at it. Considering the free time I have, someone else might start after me and finish faster too. I was also wondering if using another person's library would be frowned on for the contest. Fixing up my Find the Exit game as a new platformer was another idea I had. If anyone has a preference of game let me know. I am guessing an English language text adventure would fare poorly. I was also thinking maybe a side scrolling shmup. Posted
  • #442 ✎ 220 niconii Video Games I like to play video games! Hobbies Expert Programmer Programming no longer gives me any trouble. Come to me for help, if you like! Programming Strength Drawing I like to draw! Hobbies A while back, I did take a few minutes to try porting this Minecraft clone proof of concept, and though I didn't actually finish it (mostly because it makes use of the touch screen and so on), I did get it mostly working, enough for me to say that Sim3D wouldn't be hard to port at all. The bulk of it wouldn't need to be changed. Graphics commands are largely the same, ARYOP and friends still exist. It's just minor things like replacing TRUE with #TRUE, replacing old commands like GPAGE, things like that. Posted
  • #443 ✎ 263 TheV360 Pokemon Is Awesome! I love Pokemon! Express Yourself First Day Joined on the very first day of SmileBASIC Source Website Night Person I like the quiet night and sleep late. Express Yourself
    A while back, I did take a few minutes to try porting this Minecraft clone proof of concept, and though I didn't actually finish it (mostly because it makes use of the touch screen and so on), I did get it mostly working, enough for me to say that Sim3D wouldn't be hard to port at all. The bulk of it wouldn't need to be changed. Graphics commands are largely the same, ARYOP and friends still exist. It's just minor things like replacing TRUE with #TRUE, replacing old commands like GPAGE, things like that.
    Honestly I kinda wish there was a tool for suggestion compatibility changes like that. Something like this: And you could click a button and bam, a to-do list would be generated and saved. The reason why I'm not making it right now is because I'm both busy and I suck at writing things that parse things
    Posted Edited by TheV360
  • #444 ✎ 6 uyjulian I had some extra time to peek inside RomFS. The .arc files in ui/jp contain layout and texture files (in subfolders blyt and timg, respectively). Switch-Toolbox currently errors when I attempt to open the layout files. ui/jp/petc4text.dat contains dialog text. String offsets start at 208 and end at 2624. basic/jp contains data for the builtin programs: . ├── #EXAMPLE │   ├── TBASICDEMO │   ├── TEX1TEXT │   ├── TEX2CALC │   ├── TEX3KEYDRUM │   ├── TEX4NUMGAME │   ├── TEX5BIORHYTHM │   ├── TGAME_RPG.PRG │   ├── TGAME_SHOOTER.PRG │   ├── TGAME_TALK.PRG │   └── TKANJITBL ├── #GUIDE │   ├── GDEFFONT24 │   ├── GF000.PNG │   ├── GF001.PNG │   ├── GF002.PNG │   ├── GF003.PNG │   ├── GF004.PNG │   ├── GF005.PNG │   ├── GF006.PNG │   ├── GF007.PNG │   ├── GF008.PNG │   ├── GF009.PNG │   ├── GF010.PNG │   ├── GF011.PNG │   ├── GF012.PNG │   ├── GF013.PNG │   ├── GF014.PNG │   ├── GF015.PNG │   ├── GF016.PNG │   ├── GF017.PNG │   ├── GF018.PNG │   ├── GGUIDE │   ├── GKEYBOARD.PNG │   ├── GP000.PNG │   ├── GP001.PNG │   ├── GP002.PNG │   ├── GP003.PNG │   ├── GP004.PNG │   ├── GP005.PNG │   ├── GP006.PNG │   ├── GP007.PNG │   ├── GP008.PNG │   ├── GP009.PNG │   ├── GP010.PNG │   ├── GP011.PNG │   ├── GP012.PNG │   ├── GP013.PNG │   ├── GP014.PNG │   ├── GP015.PNG │   ├── GT000.PNG │   ├── GT001.PNG │   ├── GT002.PNG │   ├── GT003.PNG │   ├── GT004.PNG │   ├── GT005.PNG │   ├── GT006.PNG │   ├── GT007.PNG │   ├── TG00.TXT │   ├── TG01.TXT │   ├── TG02.TXT │   ├── TG03.TXT │   ├── TG04.TXT │   ├── TG05.TXT │   ├── TG06.TXT │   ├── TG07.TXT │   ├── TG08.TXT │   ├── TG09.TXT │   ├── TG10.TXT │   ├── TG11.TXT │   ├── TGUIDE.PRG │   ├── TLIST.TXT │   ├── TS00.TXT │   ├── TT00.TXT │   ├── TT01.TXT │   ├── TT02.TXT │   ├── TT49.TXT │   ├── TT50.TXT │   ├── TX00.TXT │   ├── TX01.TXT │   ├── TX02.TXT │   └── TX03.TXT ├── #SYS │   ├── GBIGFONT16 │   ├── GDEFBG32 │   ├── GDEFBG64 │   ├── GDEFFONT │   ├── GDEFGRP │   ├── GPARTS │   ├── THELP.PRG │   ├── TKEYLAY01.TXT │   ├── TKEYLAY02.TXT │   └── TSOFTKEY.PRG └── #TOOL ├── BGAHAKU.DAT ├── BSBSMILE.DAT ├── GICONED.PNG ├── GSBLIB.PNG ├── TGAHAKU.PRG ├── TGAHAKU_NAME.TXT ├── TGAHAKU_SPDEF.PRG ├── TGAHAKU_TOOL.PRG ├── TICONED.PRG ├── TSBLIB.PRG ├── TSBRES.PRG ├── TSBSMILE.PRG └── TSBSMILE_NAME.TXT 4 directories, 103 files help/jp/HelpData.dat contains data for the help menu. Posted Edited by uyjulian
  • #445 ✎ 474 HTV04 Intermediate Programmer I can make programs, but I still have trouble here and there. Programming Strength Avatar Taboo I didn't change my avatar for 180 days Website Second Year My account is over 2 years old Website
    That's the really easy part. All you need is a spare email address. Hop over to Nintendo.com and be sure to log out, then head to Nintendo.co.jp and sign up as new but with your different email address. Then simply add that new user as a second account on your Switch. The absolute worst that happens is your Switch's news-feed now gets bombarded with unreadable Japanese news articles!!
    In fact, you don't even need a spare email address if you know how to use tempmail.
    In some email services, you can add dots or plus signs to "disguise" your email as a different one. For example, a "disguised" email for "[email protected]" could be "bob123+@gmail.com".
    Posted Edited by HTV04
  • #446 ✎ 59 Jayenkai In fact, anything you add after the + is ignored, so you could use [email protected], and use it to help track which websites are feeding the spambots.. But in this case, I opted to use an alt email account, in case Nintendo ever bothered to check for it, and start getting nasty about it, or if I ever forgot my login details, and needed to use the email address again, but couldn't remember exactly what I'd typed! It's handy if you don't necessarily need the email again in future, but can be quirky if you do.. Posted
  • #447 ✎ 474 HTV04 Intermediate Programmer I can make programs, but I still have trouble here and there. Programming Strength Avatar Taboo I didn't change my avatar for 180 days Website Second Year My account is over 2 years old Website
    But in this case, I opted to use an alt email account, in case Nintendo ever bothered to check for it, and start getting nasty about it
    Why wouldn't Nintendo want you doing this? The only reason they don't allow the same email for two accounts is because it would confuse their servers (for example, if you need to reset your password, which account would you be resetting the password for?). Using a "disguised" email assigns that version of the email to the alt account, so when resetting your password, entering the "disguised" email sends a reset for the alt account, and the original email would send a reset for the original account.
    Posted
  • #448 ✎ 59 Jayenkai Sometimes companies can get tetchy about that sort of thing, and given Nintendo's insane rules for anti-cheating and the like (eg, you can't upload saves for some games, incase you use that to cheat) then I can see them also getting uppity about this, too. Eg, imagine you upload a MarioMaker level, then run through your 100 alternate accounts liking the level, to boost the ranking.. It's those kinds of things that Nintendo tends to freak out about, and should probably be at the forefront of your decision making during these sorts of situation. In essence, always assume the worst, and then work backwards from there! (For those interested in my reason for editing, I replaced a second instance of 'things" with the word "situation", because I didn't like how I'd written the work "things" twice in the same sentence, like that..) Posted Edited by Jayenkai
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