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One way is to "hide" an obvious message that then gets people looking for a more subtle one. Like a breadcrumb to lead them down the path. For instance, pick a line or block somewhere in the image, and use the high bits in that patch to encode a short ascii string like "LOOK CLOSER" or a phrase significant to your game (like a name or date). This will be ...


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Yes, generally, games are a single main loop. Games in Java may have a separate main loop for each menu/screen/mode due to Java's idioms, but that of course does not solve your animation wait problem. For things like the problem you are running into, consider using events. e.g., when your animation system finishes playing an animation, it can send out an ...


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Both of these examples are commonly used because they both have their advantages and drawbacks, mainly on the programming side of things. Square/Restricted Maps Pros: Easy to program, positions can be stored in tile-coordinates as integers and/or in world coordinates. Easy for the player to understand Fast Fairly easy math Cons: Very restricted in ...


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Selecting the Camera Object and Ctrl+Shift+F seems to do the work in Unity5.


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try GameObject Menu->Align View To Selected. "Select the Camera (GameObject) that you would like to look through while in the Scene view. Then go to the "GameObject" Menu and select "Align View to Selected." "


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Back-of-the-Napkin approach: Need a larger sample size and longer time series than you probably would suspect intuitively. K.I.S.S.: How quickly do the winners and losers "revert to the mean?" If the mean "reversion/regression" is slow then skill plays a larger roll. If mean "reversion/regression" is fast then luck plays a more significant role in the ...


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The easiest way is to somehow implant a reference to your ARG in the image. A photo-shopped in poster on the wall with the logo for your game on it in a photo that otherwise shouldn't reference the game. But more subtle than that, make the picture somehow disconcerting. For reference look at paintings by Magritte and you'll know what I mean about ...



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