Congratulations, you have survived another trip around the Sun!
@WarHawk95 No, but since you asked...
As 1) this is a non-commercial work, 2) it has no negative effect or impact on the company or their market, and 3) it is a "transformative" use of the material ("Transformative uses are those that add something new, with a further purpose or different character, and do not substitute for the original use of the work.", https://www.copyright.gov/fair-use/more-info.html ), my use of the Jundroo logo qualifies as "Fair Use" under the Copyright Act of 1976, 17 U.S.C. § 107.
Woo I looked up legal stuff 🙃
The next logical step is to just model the entire thing and make a one-part airliner.
Time to re-learn how to fly
me on my way to upvote every single post by Jundroo in a frantic attempt to maintain the balance
It's still the 5th for me for another 8 hours, but
I knew this would happen eventually
I mean... I've basically played it since shortly after the original iOS release, so...
Allow me to explain in the form of a haiku
Google did a bad
Android mods cannot be had
Google makes you sad
Basically Google took away modding support for Android.
Oh man, has it really been 10 years?
I started with SimplePhysics and shortly thereafter moved on to SimpleRockets, which I had an absolute blast with (pun fully intended). I can't say for certain, but I'm fairly confident that I first got SimplePlanes within a week or two of the original mobile release, and then basically stuck with it ever since. Haven't ventured into SR2 yet, but I recall at least trying out Aero Effect.
Happy birthday Jundroo, and here's to 10 more years!
This would definitely be appreciated.
No you are not.
SimpleWheels was indeed made by the Jundroo team. Here's the announcement on their site.
Make sure you check the date it was posted...
I think it technically is a hull, since the International Maritime Organization classifies ekranoplans as ships rather than aircraft (kinda like a hovercraft. It's not in the water really, but it's not really capable of true flying either).
I've been there before, not much there. It's the most interesting of the random small islands that really only exist to say "hey, there's something in this direction" for those who don't already know where stuff like Maywar is.
Interestingly, they don't exist on mobile.
[generally confused response]
Here's a map
when you realize that the R in SR2 does not stand for Plane
when you realize that the R in SR2 does not stand for Plane
Alternatively, violate Newton's 3rd law quickly and easily by setting the mass of everything connected to the detacher (everything that will be "detached") to 0!
A fantastic and intriguing brief look at your upcoming creation, fellow user! If you would be so kind, would you remember to mention my username in the comments section of this creation (once it is posted), that I may receive a notification and access it more quickly?
Hmm... What if instead of just straight-up kicking it, you just add another pair of brackets below one of the bottom spots (to have a match between the bottom two competitors to determine who gets the #8 spot)?
Ok, I had no idea that you could put helicopter blades on propeller engines. That's pretty cool!
- Looks fabulous and works great (like seriously, your builds somehow keep getting even better)
- Ocelot gets a fun box to play with
- Ocelot do be driftin tho
- Lacks effective anti-ocelot defensive measures
- I'm a little creeped out by the walking animation
- RIP Horse
Anyone else remember the year and a half between 1.7 and 1.8?
5-6-7-8 I prob'ly shouldn't participate
@X99STRIKER haha fake internet points go whee
You don't need the A key if you want to roll 45 degrees to the left. Just roll 315 degrees to the right! It's m a t h
Actually I find #1 to be even worse when it's the entire plane that's slightly offset
No, the 10 mile limit is hard-coded into the game for ground targets. Air targets have an unlimited detection range, but ships, tanks, and trucks can only be detected from 10 miles or less.
I'd be glad to test it (again!)
SimplePlanes uses Funky Trees (which most people tend to abbreviate as "FT"), which is its own unique coding language and syntax. It's probably a little more like Java or C++ than Python, but taking Python classes will definitely give you a head start for working with and understanding code.
The best FT resource currently available is undoubtedly Snow's Funky Trees Guide, if you want to read through that as well (highly recommended!)
Definitely these would be good, but ESPECIALLY #11! There have been so many times that I've been working on something and then realized "wait, this won't work, because the guns/brakes can't have custom inputs". I would love that feature so much!
Also, how are glass fuselage cones not a thing?
Set the input of the piston to Activate4, and that should work.
I'd say add doors if you think it won't have too much of an impact on the part count (like, more than 50-75 parts maybe), but not if it means you'll have to redo the entire side of the car if you like what you've got already. It's totally fine if there's no doors, but working doors are always a bit more "cool".
Definitely tag me on it when you post it though.
You people need to stop lol
The reason this happens is because activation groups (and quite a few other possible inputs) don't output a value of 0. When on, they output 1, but when off they output -1. (This is intentional by the way)
Simba is a good boy
@BeastHunter Yep, I remember a few months ago when they claimed they were working on "the new update" and tried to ping like eight people in a single comment.
Given that one of your two aircraft was just removed for being a direct, non-credited copy of someone else's, the fact that your comments history is nothing but lies and harassment, and the fact that your account was created six months ago yet the first aircraft uploaded to the site was posted eight years ago... I rather doubt that.
Hmm... I would normally be biased towards the UP, but I'm really liking that demonstrator paint scheme.
Well, the USDA defines the "average" banana length as being between 7 and 8 inches.
The website Banana For Scale gives slightly over 7 inches as equivalent to one banana, which means that one banana is (on average) approximately 0.178 meters.
This is way funnier than it should be
You cannot upvote your own posts.
I am 4 Parallel Universes ahead of you