Post by blackwolfe on Jul 29, 2011 17:20:30 GMT -5
Cant wait! How long before the update is on the market? Doesnt seem to have shown up yet. Oh, you just posted.. damn you confusing timezones *scrounges around in the settings to see if he can change it*
*checks twitter* ah, and the 'not appearing on most devices' thing too. What on earth are google up to?
It shows up if I search for cyber knights. Its installed but it does not show up under my apps on market.
Last Edit: Jul 29, 2011 17:29:14 GMT -5 by blackwolfe
Great, now I have to start my MatrixNet map all over again.
Edit: I see what you did there. So, is EACH Data Terminal a different initial access point now with a different MatrixNet map? Or, are there just a few different ones? Just trying to get an idea of how much work I have ahead of me doing the new MatrixNet maps.
Last Edit: Jul 29, 2011 20:10:48 GMT -5 by dilz669
Well, I have only checked two Data Terminals so far but it looks like at least the initial jack point and the first level of connected hosts are different. For example in a Streets territory the initial jack point was Slums which had DT*T, E! Net, Slums, and New Boston Exchange as the first level connections. Then, in a Brave Star territory it started as Downtown Crossing with DT*T, GRID LINK, Downtown Crossing, and New Boston Exchange as the first level of connections. Upon, going into DT*T from either starting host, it appears to be the same map as the old DT*T. So, maybe it's several new initial jack point locations with slightly different maps for each one. I've got the one I started at in Streets territory complete and it's close to the old map. With the way the Disconnect button works (not sure if it's working correctly) it's kind of a pain since it doesn't always go back one connection level.
Edit: How ever it works out it's pretty awesome that there are now at least a couple different MatrixNet maps. Adds some good variety to the game as well as increasing the complexity.
Last Edit: Jul 29, 2011 20:42:58 GMT -5 by dilz669
Well, it's been how it is now since the last time you "fixed" it. It is improved from how it worked when it was totally broken (took you out to the initial connection screen). But, it seems like it still doesn't work the way it used to (way back in something like version 0.1.25) which was that it took you back one level (like hitting your browser Back button). I didn't say anything immediately after you fixed it because I thought that it was working the way you intended. In case that's not the case, what it's doing currently is it takes you back a random number of connections; anywhere from one to several. I haven't noticed any sort of pattern.
Edit: It also does this if you get "Crashed off" of your current host. Just in case this is not what is intended.
Last Edit: Jul 29, 2011 21:32:13 GMT -5 by dilz669