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Quote from: Daniil on August 30, 2013, 03:34 PMAt last 4 months I had no time to play games - I had re-organise my business, I finished my freelance coding business and with partners built a programming school. We're teaching application programming languages, web-design (HTML/CSS/JS/PHP), designing robots, using 3D-printers and so on. Also I think about one other, very big and interesting project, but... Till the time, it's a secret. Now I have a time again, and I surprisingly found very interesting game. It's a Kerbal Space Program. I'm becomes a crazy fan when it's about space exploration, and KSP takes my heart.But I must warn you. This game requires some knowledges of rocket science. It's not hard for me, because I'd interested with this since 12 y.o.. But for new people it can be difficult. Also, for those who are experienced rocketeers, this game could be too unrealistic. It calculates some space effects in simplified, incorrectly manner.
Quote from: Shadow.97 on September 02, 2013, 12:24 AMI find KSP very hard to get out of space, So instead of normal things I make it do cool loops and such (Good thing about the game is that it is fully functioning in ubuntu)Also I'm taking courses in IT - Data, meaning I will get to know HTML/CSS/JS/PHP/MySQL/Linux/Windows/Android etcetc..3D printers can print guns, can you do that with the one you have available?? Would be super cool if you could If you're interested in super cheap games, check out humblebundle.com now and then, they sell tons of games super cheap. I paid 1â,¬ for like 7 games. 1-2 weeks ago they sold mirrors edge BF3 burnout paradise sims 3 etc, for 4.6â,¬ or $ cant remember. I bought the last bundle (weekly) which contained; War of the roses, Warlock - master of the arcane, the showdown effect, Leviathan Warships, Europa Universalis III Dungeonland. It's plenty for so little. If you added like 3â,¬ you'd get 2 other more expensive games. And it all goes to charity or to humblebundle to keep giving cheap games. Also, on sale on steam there's a game called Gnomoria I'd suggest, and Euro Truck Simulator 2 for some relaxation, it's a really chill game.If anyone wants to add me on Steam; spore_lol_spore, on origin; CenoX5 (Me and my cousin when playing BF3 he calls himself GenoX5, so people mix us up^^)If anyone wants something hard to beat, or rather stimulating for the brain; Portal, 1 and 2, they're great games.
Quote from: Daniil on September 03, 2013, 09:00 AMYes, comrade, you're correct. I can agree with you that 3D printers is the future of local production. But there is some restrictions of this technology, which must be noticed:-3D printers can't be used in a mass production, because of slow production speed (we had calculate speed of creating a box for bycicle electric system, and while printer prints 1 box, matrix press makes about 100 boxes)-3D printers can't use wide range of materials. Yes, it can print plastic, even metal, but it can't combine. And, for example, car engine parts created from about 5 different metals. So, you can't print it whole thing, you need to assemble it from parts.The main achivement of 3d printing is creating things directly from 3d models. It's fascinate.