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Re: Star Wars: Chibi Rebellion 5.6

PostPosted: Sat Feb 19, 2011 4:24 pm
by Scuba Steve
The ending Star Destroyer fight went on for way too long... I wasn't sure if it was supposed to take that long or if it had just screwed up.

Re: Star Wars: Chibi Rebellion 5.6

PostPosted: Sat Feb 19, 2011 9:03 pm
by LilWhiteMouse
Project Dark Fox wrote:The Bounty system is a little funky. All you have to do is shoot a specific type and you get to claim your prize. Well, I got the Imperial snow trooper. Every single one I killed was worth a Bounty credit.

That's the way it works.
LilWhiteMouse wrote:Tweaked bounties to work better across the random enemy types. Seeing as some enemies (snowtroopers) are a lot more common then others (imperial captains), bounties were unbalanced. To compensate, your first bounty is worth 16 credits. It halves for each additional bounty. So after the fourth bounty, they're only worth 1 credit each.


Scuba Steve wrote:The ending Star Destroyer fight went on for way too long... I wasn't sure if it was supposed to take that long or if it had just screwed up.

It's actually random. I'll see about fixing the release rates of the Y-Wings.

Re: Star Wars: Chibi Rebellion 5.6

PostPosted: Sat Feb 19, 2011 9:39 pm
by Project Dark Fox
LilWhiteMouse wrote:
Project Dark Fox wrote:The Bounty system is a little funky. All you have to do is shoot a specific type and you get to claim your prize. Well, I got the Imperial snow trooper. Every single one I killed was worth a Bounty credit.

That's the way it works.
LilWhiteMouse wrote:Tweaked bounties to work better across the random enemy types. Seeing as some enemies (snowtroopers) are a lot more common then others (imperial captains), bounties were unbalanced. To compensate, your first bounty is worth 16 credits. It halves for each additional bounty. So after the fourth bounty, they're only worth 1 credit each.

Ohhhh, okay. I'm sorry. Still, it's kind of weird that you get credit for EVERY possible snow trooper you take down. I guess because mooks are mooks, and it doesn't matter who it is in the long run? :P

Re: Star Wars: Chibi Rebellion 5.6

PostPosted: Sat Feb 19, 2011 9:54 pm
by LilWhiteMouse
It's not perfect by any means, but given the random nature of things, seemed the best compromise without doing obscene amounts of work for a peripheral feature.

[EDIT] For the time being, settled on the name Flash Cannon for the scatter blaster. It's a canon term, but doesn't seem to refer to a specific weapon.

Re: Star Wars: Chibi Rebellion 5.6

PostPosted: Sat Feb 19, 2011 10:30 pm
by EksFaktr
Maybe I missed this memo also, but I can't seem to figure out how to throw grenades now that the key's been made separate? I didn't see a keybind option in the menu.

Re: Star Wars: Chibi Rebellion 5.6

PostPosted: Sat Feb 19, 2011 10:41 pm
by LilWhiteMouse
EksFaktr wrote:Maybe I missed this memo also, but I can't seem to figure out how to throw grenades now that the key's been made separate? I didn't see a keybind option in the menu.

Toss grenades by holding the 'USE' button when pressing 'FIRE'.

[EDIT] In the final space battle, a special Y-Wing is released about every 10 to 20 seconds, and is invulnerable until it fires it's first shot.
Tweaked the Alliance Bonus to give 15 health instead of 25, but also gives 15 shields now.
Fixed a design flaw on map107 (AT-AT Assault) that finished the map without destroying the AT-AT, preventing you from getting the Alliance Award.
Revamped Map 24 (TIE Refueling platform) with a new puzzle.

Re: Star Wars: Chibi Rebellion 5.6

PostPosted: Tue Feb 22, 2011 1:02 am
by LilWhiteMouse
Double posting. Would anyone care to have the option to disable auto-reloading, seeing as there's already an optional force reload key?

Re: Star Wars: Chibi Rebellion 5.6

PostPosted: Tue Feb 22, 2011 11:29 am
by Project Dark Fox
LilWhiteMouse wrote:Double posting. Would anyone care to have the option to disable auto-reloading, seeing as there's already an optional force reload key?

I don't mind it auto-reloading and really fail to see why someone would want it to NOT autoreload. Who walks around with a 0-loaded gun with available mags to reload with?

Re: Star Wars: Chibi Rebellion 5.6

PostPosted: Tue Feb 22, 2011 11:47 am
by FDARI
About reloading: In other mods I have emptied a gun, and been cruelly murdered whilst auto-reloading when I would have preferred whipping up my trusted sidearm (pistol) and emptying that as well. In those situations, reloading can wait till you're alone. If the reload action can be safely aborted by a weapon's change, this ceases to be an issue.

Re: Star Wars: Chibi Rebellion 5.6

PostPosted: Tue Feb 22, 2011 12:04 pm
by Princess Viscra Maelstrom
Project Dark Fox wrote:
LilWhiteMouse wrote:Double posting. Would anyone care to have the option to disable auto-reloading, seeing as there's already an optional force reload key?

I don't mind it auto-reloading and really fail to see why someone would want it to NOT autoreload. Who walks around with a 0-loaded gun with available mags to reload with?

I do, actually. I feel a strange kind of satisfaction running around with my gun empty and then reload it when say, I'm on a elevator.
But I'm an weird person, so meh. :P

Re: Star Wars: Chibi Rebellion 5.6

PostPosted: Tue Feb 22, 2011 10:16 pm
by LilWhiteMouse
Puzzle items, keys, and misc other items are now true inventory and show up on an inventory bar on the expanded hud. They're not used from there, it's just to show you what you have. Like the weapon list, it only appears on the expanded hud. With the keys now showing up in the inventory, the grenade counter has been moved to right cluster with the other ammo counters. Credits and holocrons are inventory listing only as well now. Bounties will be moved eventually as well.
Added the option to disable auto reloading. Both it, and the snow toggle are now accessible via an options room at Chibi Base (same as HQuest), instead of having to manually give yourself items in the console. The options room is across from the med room, can't miss it.
[EDIT] Fixed a bug where the Heavy Rifle got taken away at the detention center and never given back.

Re: Star Wars: Chibi Rebellion 5.6

PostPosted: Wed Feb 23, 2011 8:50 pm
by EksFaktr
Not trying to turn this into the Strategy Guide Of The Game, but has anybody determined if it's actually possible to defeat the UberJawa? Maybe I've just not been patient enough, but it seems like you should be able to deflect the junk it throws at you with something, and I have no idea how one would do it without destroying the junk.

Re: Star Wars: Chibi Rebellion 5.6

PostPosted: Wed Feb 23, 2011 8:59 pm
by LilWhiteMouse
EksFaktr wrote:has anybody determined if it's actually possible to defeat the UberJawa?

Beat her, yes. KO her, no. Both the Shamaness and Mydia simply flee when defeated.

[EDIT] Sensor pack now reveals monster and item counts as well as secrets.
I intend to change the Range finder tomarrow. My intent is have alt-fire toggle the zoom view, then use fire to launch an airstrike. The weapon won't be taken away even if you don't have any airstrikes left.
Above done. I also fixed it so if the airstrike fails to spawn, you don't lose the airstrike.
Replaced the old crude E-11 with a new one.
Reduced the damage of the boss DarkTrooper's missiles by half.
Increased the starting pistol energy from 50 to 75.
Increased the number of airstrikes you can carry to 3.
Altered the Universal Energy Cell. Gives 10% of your currently selected weapon's ammo with the exception of the Flash Cannon and Range Finder. If you weapon is full, gives 10 points to your shield.
The Dawnsorrow can now be used against light droids.
I'll try and upload 5.7 tonight. Switching to an inventory bar introduced a lot of bugs. I've fixed all the ones I've found, but I'm sure there's more to find.

Re: Star Wars: Chibi Rebellion 5.7

PostPosted: Sun Feb 27, 2011 6:46 pm
by LilWhiteMouse

Re: Star Wars: Chibi Rebellion 5.7

PostPosted: Fri Jul 22, 2011 7:34 pm
by Syfo-Dyas
Oh ya, I remember that now, I totally forgot about it!

Thankx for the reminder, pages are now book marked!

Nice touch btw, it reminds me of those little miniature Star Wars figures that you can buy at Wal-Mart.

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