Nicholas, was the arcade called Namco Funscape? If so, I enjoyed the hell out of that place during my time in London last summer. I remember it being quite near the London Eye, and I also recall spending most of my tokens winning a Winnie the Pooh from a claw machine as I had seen the Christopher Robin movie the previous day lol.
You’re lucky…[Read more]
It is indeed focused on the French settlements. My Google Map however is more focused on French and English towns as opposed to forts. As we discussed in the Discord, forts were being attacked, burned, moved, and rebuilt frequently. The more research I do on forts, for instance the forts owned by the Hudson Bay Company, the more I realize that the…[Read more]
I raise your map from 1650 and unveil this map depicting the area in 1702:
I used the dates provided and the locations of cities to create this Google Map:
Hopefully this helps us define where the bounds of LW might be to…[Read more]
I like what Don’t Starve does with food combinations, and I think you’re right that something similar might work here. But here is my pitch for how cooking in general could work as well as for rubaboo:
1. Start a fire
2. Right click on the fire to access the cooking interface
3. The interface consists of two slots. You place a piece of cookware…[Read more]
In terms of liquid foods, your character would most likely cook some rubaboo (link). “Traditionally it was made of peas or corn (or both) with grease(bear or pork) and a thickening agent (bread or flour) and Pemmican for the meat portion”.
While that may be the way the rubaboo was ideally made, I imagine the coureur de bois tossed in whatever…[Read more]
Wow, well this is quite amazing news!! I am stoked to get an URB game out to a wider audience, yet once again I must stress how important it is for this new Recon to look good and have a consistent style. Especially since more people will be seeing it and comparing it to other games made by bigger indie devs. I say if we are doing pixel art, the…[Read more]
Speaking of which, a message to the wiki team this weekend:
When we port stuff over I do not want to just simply copy/paste. As urb said the old knowledgebase is a bit overwritten, has outdated spots, and is a bit bloated at this point. What we want to do is to minimize having to start totally from scratch while still creating a new and much more…[Read more]
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