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Purple Ogre, Preliminary Alpha - Cptn. Grey (5 replies, 723 views) (2002-Nov-22)
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The first Alpha is out, released by Electric Gremlin Ideas. The system is nowhere near complete yet, but this early version is available for testing. You can download it through the site. Also it comes with a brief sample game that you play and edit for evaluation purposes, not for redistribution. Feedback will be greatly aprectiated.


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Re: Purple Ogre, Preliminary Alpha -  Peter (0 replies) (2002-Nov-23)
Hey, it sounds like an interesting concept. I downloaded the editor, but unfortunately I can't get the game portion of it to run. It says I have an outdated MMControl in "Mci32.ocx". I have Windows 98 btw. Also, your website sure has a lot of popups, some of them which tried to install stuff on my computer...
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Re: Purple Ogre, Preliminary Alpha -  Cptn. Grey (0 replies) (2002-Nov-23)
I recommend you update your media player maybe, if not try finding an updated version of the .ocx on the net somewhere. I did the compile on Windows ME. As for my site, I'm getting free hosting, so unfortunately that means popups. I'm doing all of this on no budget, so I have to take what I can get. Sorry if there's any inconvenience but untill I can afford any kind of budget I'm afraid we'll just have to endure these things. Let me know if you get working, if not email me, and I'll see what i can do.
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Re: Purple Ogre, Preliminary Alpha -  Cptn. Grey (0 replies) (2002-Nov-30)
Ok. I apolagize for being a bit bone headed on that last post. I realize now what the problem was. I forgot to make sure all library files were included in the cab. I have repackaged all files and you can download them on the site at elecgrmid.cjb.net
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Re: Purple Ogre, Preliminary Alpha - Caramel (0 replies) (2003-Jan-16)
"I recommend you update your media player maybe, if not try finding an updated version of the .ocx on the net somewhere. I did the compile on Windows ME. As for my site, I'm getting free hosting, so unfortunately that means popups. I'm doing all of this on no budget, so I have to take what I can get. Sorry if there's any inconvenience but untill I can afford any kind of budget I'm afraid we'll just have to endure these things. Let me know if you get working, if not email me, and I'll see what i can do. " Ah... If you fully tested your software before releasing them then there wouldnt be any problem. End users should never have to look for any files associated with your program.You should always include it into the setup.Its not their responsibility to look for files over the internet.Testing, more testing before released.
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Ok. If you read my last post which was posted before your polite correction of my mistake, I did indeed fix the mistake and apoligized for it. And besides this first version was intended for feedback so i could improve as i go. Besides all the major issues for what was to be in the version were all nailed down. Just the same for anyone interested in where the project is going, check back in about a month or two.
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