Win Multiplayer mode?

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Darwin
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Win Multiplayer mode?

Postby Darwin » Mon Sep 17, 2012 4:07 am

Hi,

is multiplayer feature already implemented in the full Win version of Osmos?

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Re: Win Multiplayer mode?

Postby eddybox » Mon Sep 17, 2012 8:42 am

Hi Darwin,

Thanks for asking, but sorry to say it isn't. Our next target for multiplayer is Android, since that version very similar to iOS. If that goes well we may give PC a shot, but there are technical issues (due to floating-point math compatibility across processors) that may make it very tricky.

... and we do want to work on our next game too! ;-)

Cheers,
Eddy

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Re: Win Multiplayer mode?

Postby Darwin » Mon Sep 17, 2012 10:15 am

Thanks, I'll buy the full version as soon as it's implemented.
For now I'm happy that the android version will be updated with MP mode soon (bought it already) :-)
Osmos is awesome, since 1984 I've barely seen such an elegant, graphically nice, intelligent, yet simple game concept.
Keep up your great work!

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Re: Win Multiplayer mode?

Postby eddybox » Thu Sep 20, 2012 10:42 pm

Thanks for the feedback Darwin!
Hehe, we should totally put that in our promo materials: "one of the most elegant, intelligent, yet simple games since 1984!!" ;-)

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Re: Win Multiplayer mode?

Postby Bragolatch » Mon Apr 29, 2013 6:11 am

I am also waiting patiently for the Win Multiplayer version and I'm not the only one :)

Great Game !!

Keep up the good Work.

P.s.: Did you know that there is at least 2 crappy (Diffusion and Super Cell) and 1 passable (Cell HD) version of you game on Windows Store.
If your's was the first, suing them might be a good way to finance the development of the new versions :)


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