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#2 Edited by Dinosaurs (45 posts) -

All keys gone. Have fun duders!

Thanks again to the developer @82apps for letting me hand them out to you guys.

#3 Edited by Dinosaurs (45 posts) -

@82apps: Much appreciated!

I'm sorry to the guys who've joined up I haven't been able to set any concrete events for this. Things have been a little too busy and hectic in my schedule to do any of that. But it would be awesome to see some dodge ball events.

All keys redeemed.

#4 Edited by Dinosaurs (45 posts) -

I've started a Steam Group up so we can all join and play some Disco Dodge Ball together!

Steam Group

If you have the game Robot Roller Derby Disco Dodgeball then you should join in on the madness.

If you don't have the game you should try and find a group of four duders who will split the cost on a four pack with you and get into it. This game is some serious fun and it deserves to be played by more people.

So I've set up a steam group and it's open for anyone to join and throw some balls around and have a good time.

Robot Roller Derby Disco Dodgeball

#5 Posted by Dinosaurs (45 posts) -

@liquidprince:

All those colored squares are players in a spaceship. At the bottom center of the screen you see the hotbar. Those are modules fitted to the ship. You can double click in space and your ship will head in that direction (manual flying), or right click an object or player in space and follow them, orbit them, so on. Then you activate your modules and manage your recharging energy.

The game mostly plays by outfitting your ship, right clicking and telling your ship what to do (jump through stargate, warp to, orbit, approach, keep at distance), and then activating modules (guns, defenses, repairs, propulsion mods and so on). What makes the game insane is a lot of good systems like the free market, construction of assets and the groups of players interacting with each other to create an incredibly dense meta game.

#6 Posted by Dinosaurs (45 posts) -

Beyond Good and Evil. I came to it late playing it 3 years ago. Absolute gutter trash of a game.

#7 Edited by Dinosaurs (45 posts) -

Ran into this issue tonight. It isn't pretty. I'm looking into alternative sticks to replace the stock ones with and will likel just buy a stock of DS3's and avoid this issue completely since I use them for PC use.

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I was really liking my PS4 controller until something happened to it through normal use.

I was on the Street Fighter win streak of my life and I threw a fateful fireball that put me on tilt because my PS4's left analog stick rubber blew out completely.

After this happened I did some Google searching to see it ins't just a problem with me but others as well.

Anyone else experience the analog stick rubbers chunking out or wearing down?

#10 Posted by Dinosaurs (45 posts) -

SNES was my first and it was alright.

MK64 was definitely a meh for me.

Double Dash was where it was at. It was a relationship strengthener and at the same time breaker. Great party game.

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