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Love (game)
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Love (game)

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Last Updated: 08/17/2011 06:25

Love - 50 pts. (new window)
5
 

Four's Company

  Connect to 4 others
15
 

Spin Me Right Round

  Achieve a max spin speed of at least 700
30
 

Baby Don't Hurt Me

  Obtain a high score of at least 18,000

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Love is a unique and relaxing high-score game where you risk getting hurt to gather happiness. It features a fully interactive soundtrack that is entirely directed by the playeractions, which is why I strongly suggest you play it with sound ON, headphones being the best :) Please go through the short tutorial before you play for the first time. I promise it is short and painless, and knowing what you are supposed to do really makes the game that much better. Also, this is my first game (my first time programming anything actually), and my first time making sounds too, so any kind of feedback will be greatly appreciated :)\\r\\n- Thanks for playing ! I hope you enjoy the game !
Re: Love (game) Posted on: 01/10/2011 10:26pm
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How massive is massive?



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Re: Love (game) Posted on: 01/11/2011 2:35am
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Creamy Goodness.
Quote from: "Maximillian"
How massive is massive?
Well, FF FF is 65535...



lol idek why i still come here

Re: Love (game) Posted on: 01/20/2011 4:49am
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lol is there nothing less "massive"?
Re: Love (game) Posted on: 01/20/2011 7:03am
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Quote from: "Publius"
lol is there nothing less "massive"?
No... FF 00 is not less massive. Neither are any of the hex numbers arranged in reverse byte order that are less than FF FF. Here is a partial list in no particular order.

00 00, 00 F0, 10 00, 06 0C, AB CD, CD BA, DC AB, EE EE, AA AA, 99 99, 12 34, 23 45, 34 56, 45 67, 56 78... the list goes on... to include 65535 values to be exact.

Whoa... I'm missing some. I forgot about all the 4 byte negative numbers you could have there, of which there are 2,147,483,648 values. Although I can't imagine why you might want to start at a negative score, but that's your choice, not mine.

So... conclusion. No... Just no.
Re: Love (game) Posted on: 01/22/2011 10:05am
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The variable is 4b and signed. All of 0a 00 00 00. The first bit of the last byte always represents the sign. I suppose I wasn't exact in writing all of the 2b representatives above with two sets of 0 bytes on the right. That is, my list should have been 00 00 00 00, 00 F0 00 00, 10 00 00 00, etc.

Aside from this, I really don't get your point. You seem to be confirming my numbers and statements, but you started with a statement of disagreement. So...
Re: Love (game) Posted on: 01/22/2011 10:27am
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Never let a computer tell me shit.
Quote from: "blahblahman"
96 05 00 07 ff ff 00 00 0c
Quote from: "Kalbintion"
FF FF is a Word (2 bytes) worth of data
yes it is, yet youre wrong, because the data in question is a double word; although youre right, usaio is kind of slow.
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96 05 00 07 ff ff 00 00 0c
op -len-- ----data------

96 =push
05 00 = 5 {00 05}(length of data, short)
07 = int {signed} (datatype)
ff ff 00 00 = 65535 {00 00 ff ff} (data)

you boys need to learn your endianness...



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Re: Love (game) Posted on: 01/22/2011 11:54am
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I have to argue with you about 96 05...Apparently, the 96 opcode has several branches, when the 05 shows what type of branch it is. Each branch is actually the datatype, where the first byte is the branch and the second byte is the data (I still don't know what it does if the data is 00, but I have theories.) From what I've been able to figure out:

00 - string
01 - float
02 - null
03 - undefined or NaN or something like that
04 - variable/constant pool item
05 - boolean
06 - double
07 - integer
08 - dictionary item

After the 96 xx 00, the data you're actually pushing starts. Like, from the Castaway game:
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//96 04 00 08 02 08 03
_push "kongregate" "_global"
96 - push
04 00 - variable/constant pool
08 02 - find the dictionary item 02
08 03 - find the dictionary item 03

On the other hand, I could be wrong; this is all theory-crafting. Maybe someone that knows how AVM1 really works could shed more light on it.
Re: Love (game) Posted on: 01/22/2011 12:54pm
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Never let a computer tell me shit.
i still say the first two bytes are a little endian short. denoting the number of bytes to be pushed (including typecode)
from love actionscript->sprite 77->line 15
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//96 0e 00 07 64 00 00 00 07 01 00 00 00 04 01 08 02
_push 100 1 register1 "bruit"
{07 64 00 00 00 07 01 00 00 00 04 01 08 02} is 0x000e (14) bytes, unless ive miscounted

Quote from: "Zirak"
      //96 04 00 08 02 08 03
       _push "kongregate" "_global"
{08 02 08 03} 0x0004 (4) bytes, unless ive miscounted.

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but yeah youre definitely right about the typecodes



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Re: Love (game) Posted on: 01/22/2011 1:33pm
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Huh, you're right. Mystery solved.
Re: Love (game) Posted on: 01/22/2011 1:35pm
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(broken image removed)



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Re: Love (game) Posted on: 01/28/2011 7:04pm
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Quote from: "blahblahman"
Start with massive score
96 02 00 08 05 1c 96 05 00 07 0a 00 00 00 0c
96 02 00 08 05 1c 96 05 00 07 ff ff 00 00 0c
Damn you.... now the admins on Kong will definitely notice my high score O.o (Look on all time)
Re: Love (game) Posted on: 01/29/2011 1:20am
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( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
Quote from: "catsfanj"
Damn you.... now the admins on Kong will definitely notice my high score O.o (Look on all time)
Well i did say massive....
inb4ban



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Re: Love (game) Posted on: 02/03/2011 8:04am
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Quote from: "blahblahman"
Quote from: "catsfanj"
Damn you.... now the admins on Kong will definitely notice my high score O.o (Look on all time)
Well i did say massive....
inb4ban
I'm yet to see anyone get banned for unreasonable high score ..
Re: Love (game) Posted on: 08/16/2011 11:20pm
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System Bot
An AoB especially for viper11475:

17 96 02 00 04 01 3e 8e 1b
17 24 00 02 02 02 3e 8e 1b
(12 hits, change all)

Six immobile black squares will appear in one corner, the seventh one remains in the middle and can be used for suicide (don't get too near to the ones in the corner, otherwise your name will appear on the top of the high score list due to the high spinning speed)

BTW: the game got updated several times, so all (?) other AoBs posted here don't work

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Re: Love (game) Posted on: 08/17/2011 5:13am
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i personally think just using speedhack on this game is easiest (and safest). set it at 0.2 and just dodge. toomany noobs want the "key" and no work to get it.