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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by jav6454, Dec 7, 2009.
Just follow the link and try to reach 100%. I almost did. However, can you?
how the hell are you getting there in only 17 seconds?
What's the secret to even get it to move?
This game is addictive. I will report back shortly.
I can't say much because that'll just spoilt the whole game. Suffice to say, every time you click on a piece you get some info on what it is and what it does.
Don't have time to play this now, but it seems addicting as hell
Ok, just got to 100%!
Screeny or didn't happen!
I was trying to get it to move by using the mouse. It's the arrow keys. Now I may be able to beat you.
Wait, were you using the example cart? That's not fair!
well.. after 5 minutes of trying to get something to happen, NOTHING HAPPENED.
what a frustrating task.
edit: oh.. it didnt load properly lol!
editedit: yay 93% on first run!
Nooooo my own creation. Example carts don't count people, don't cheat
This is pretty addictive. Though I do not see how you got 100% while I got 99% when our scores are the same.
Everything counts, not just time and cocunuts. Weight, structure and wheels do count. Too many and you score will lower.
91% is my best so far. It's hilarious trying to work out how to get a cart together. My first efforts fell apart before I even released the coconuts
Little background info. My Engr Mechanics teacher gave us this site. She told us that whoever gets 100% in class gets extra +12pts in the final. Pretty good motivation if you ask me.
that particle game is pretty sweet too! i made it with 64 credits or whatever the units are (got 95%).
Whooohoooooo. 12seconds. That cart and hold down the right arrow.
My design was original, I didn't look at the example cart at all... hey 94% is still an A.
That's how we all start...
The particle game is a lesson in futility...almost. After an hour, I finally tweaked a system that barely 99% efficient. Work Time Fun.
95% was my highest, I don't know how you guys are getting to the finish line so quick, it takes me 20 seconds at least. i have to wait a second for the coconuts to fall.
I forgot to mention, the timer is independent of responsiveness of the application. If your computer is slow, you won't make it to 100% efficiency. Why? Because the Java app runs independent of the clock. So while your CPU is trying to compute the app the timer is ticking away, taking away precious time.
Sorry I didn't mention that before, it just came to my attention from a friend of mine.
Fun stuff. Wish I could get my Dynamics prof to give us extra credit on this