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  1. Sorronits
    Sorronits November 3, 2017 at 7:09 pm |

    Thanks Virgil for all the hard work.

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  2. Shockblast Deluxe
    Shockblast Deluxe November 3, 2017 at 7:19 pm |

    With the 3D rendering available, you should be able to put in smooth slopes that all (or most) units can land on, but still rises/drops in elevation. That would be something that would make sense, and also alter gameplay a TON.

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  3. Nicant
    Nicant November 3, 2017 at 8:11 pm |

    Awesome Video!

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  4. Egerke
    Egerke November 3, 2017 at 8:21 pm |

    Since the connection lines to units disappear, maybe you could put an indicator above units that are disconnected? It would make it more obvious since it’s hard to spot in the current setup.

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  5. Zacpod
    Zacpod November 3, 2017 at 8:31 pm |

    GIMME!
    *runs off an installs CW3 for a fix*

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  6. harrymcb
    harrymcb November 3, 2017 at 9:23 pm |

    as i watched the creeper wall coming at him i said (before him) pure abject horror. i agree completely

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  7. Cables
    Cables November 4, 2017 at 12:19 am |

    Some simple ideas…

    If the emitters emitted over a 3×3 or 5×5 area, the spikes would be far less annoying.

    Please have buildable batteries like in CW1.

    Also, in CW3 there is no reason for the command nodes to be landed, they still connect and distribute packets when hovering. What if the base uses power to fly or has a movement cool down? Just trying to think of a reason why the base wouldn’t hover over the map the entire mission.

    That time wall form earlier was cool. If you can, make it a special weapon, like the artifacts of oden.

    Spore towers should pick a number of targets, and estimate which will have the least exposure to anti spore weapons.

    There should be a variant of spore tower that shoots a large mass that lands just out of range of you’r anti spore weapons.
    This mass will create a devastating splash! And could deform the terrain a little bit.
    Targeting will work like a spore, and then trace a ray until it comes in range of an anti spore weapon.

    Nullifiers should have a low power usage and high health (after it activate). If one gets disconnected, it should be able to hold down the emitter for 15 seconds or so while you scramble to reclaim it.

    Good work on the waves! can’t wait play!

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    1. planetfall
      planetfall November 7, 2017 at 4:01 pm |

      In CW3, the command node can produce energy without collectors or reactors, but only if landed.

      Here it looks like the base has no ability to generate energy on its own at all.

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  8. Nate
    Nate November 4, 2017 at 3:21 am |

    This is looking amazing! Cannot wait :D:D

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  9. Istaro
    Istaro November 4, 2017 at 4:54 am |

    Haha, that was a lot of fun to watch, thanks! That giant expanding ring of creeper was horrifying, and I like how anti-creeper is currently translucent, not just a different color of opaque. And the possibility of a potential wave-dampening unit is intriguing.

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  10. Oljo
    Oljo November 4, 2017 at 7:02 am |

    logically speaking, mortars on one of those mountains would have quite the range, would this be possible (and reasonable) to somehow implement? it would give some interresting choices for strategies if you have an emitter on top of a mountain

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  11. Rer24
    Rer24 November 4, 2017 at 8:20 am |

    Kind of wish we got to see the microrift. It’s actually probably interesting because you have to first get a connection to that area before you can build it, meaning you still need relays or guppies for remote packet delivery. Also, what do those gold deposits do? Are they obstacles for the weapons? Potential resource nodes? Finally, I’m guessing cave systems are unlikely to appear, given the general difficulty of working with that. I did notice the little lights on the weapons going off when they’re not connected. Thanks for the video!

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  12. JH
    JH November 4, 2017 at 2:48 pm |

    Okay, I got a crazy suggestion…

    What if we had shields, not like the force fields in CW3 that just ‘pushes’ the creeper out, but an actual ‘wall’ of energy?

    Now, the creeper would have to ‘climb’ up the wall, and if left alone would eventually spill out on the other side. And if you aren’t careful the creeper will engulf the dome, destroying everything connecting to it, leaving its contents to starve and waiting for their impending doom when the shield fails and literally drop all that creeper straight on their heads, making the very thing they depended on for protection their own personal torture prison.

    If it’s easier programming-wise you could also make the shield cylindrical 😉

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  13. Blue Dwarf
    Blue Dwarf November 5, 2017 at 2:24 pm |

    I haven’t played Darwinia in a long time, so this probably isn’t very accurate, but looking at the towers going up the cliffsides (around the point where you took the thumbnail from) it just reminded me of playing Darwinia.

    Looking very interesting. Seems like things are moving along in a good direction from what we’ve seen so far. The anticreeper display was quite impressive, I guess in my mind that seemed like something that would’ve been pretty complex work to do further down the line but it looked like it was working well, though very little fanfare was given to it in the video.

    I actually got a youtube notification for this on my phone before I saw it here. Pretty sure I haven’t subscribed to you yet so it’s a little spooky that they know what videos to promote to me… Anywho, keep up the fine work. We’re all looking forward to getting our hands into some 3D creeper.

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  14. Ravoik
    Ravoik November 5, 2017 at 11:45 pm |

    Amazing, can’t wait for Creeper World 4 to come out 🙂

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  15. Rasuto
    Rasuto November 6, 2017 at 3:44 am |

    That wave was really scary,
    would love to make a map where you get those from time to time.
    Great work Virgilw ^^

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  16. Tojot
    Tojot November 6, 2017 at 10:22 am |

    There is one thing I’ve been missing from CW1 times. Keyboard binding hints on all buttons. I love using keys, but I hate learning them. CW1 was giving you an easy path. Whatever you clicked had a letter on it, so with time you would remember the letters you want to use.

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  17. Ichbintomy
    Ichbintomy November 6, 2017 at 7:02 pm |

    Hi Virgilw,
    i really like the idea of the extending collectors. But why not let them behave a bit like the Omis on PF?
    I would like the idea, that the collectors are extending decreasingly but not limited to 5×5 tiles. Maybe just like a kind of liquid which does spread fast at the beginning, but later very slow.
    If you have a mountain scape with several hights you might just place a few to collect the whole montain.
    I like the whole CW Series and played it since CW1. And i would like it even more, if i would not have to spam collectors to gather energy 🙂
    Maybe give it a try?

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  18. Sean R Brockest
    Sean R Brockest November 9, 2017 at 5:44 pm |

    Video isn’t showing up for me. Just a big black square.

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    1. Qwerty Quazo
      Qwerty Quazo November 10, 2017 at 7:04 am |

      Have you tried disabling your ad-blocker?

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