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Old 14-07-2005, 07:04 PM   #1
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Default ultimate UV unwrapping simulator

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Old 14-07-2005, 07:14 PM   #2
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That's great. Thanks Mike!
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WOW. Tough stuff. Thank god for auto mapping. How about some highscores from people? Nice find Mike. That should be a "damn good website"(trademark) for some kind of 3d show.
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Old 15-07-2005, 02:40 AM   #4
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I did the first one and thought "man that was a piece of cake". Did the second and thought wow that's harder. Did the third and had a look at the fourth and thought . . nah I'll relax instead

Thanks for posting.

Edit: Just completed Level 7

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Finished level 8: 23,328

That is a diabolical game...
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Old 15-07-2005, 06:26 AM   #6
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Originally posted by mhcannon
diabolical game...
Took the words out of my mouth

I was going to stop after level 3 but couldn't. I looked at level 8 and thought I had better give it a go when I get a little more time

Well done Michael!

Mike how did you find it?
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got to level 5 before i had to go. Nice game.
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By the time i'd reached level 5 i relised it has the same effect of real uv mapping (sleep) only with nothing more than a high score to show for it.
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Went to level 7 before i had to leave(which sucks because i was almost done with it.

for some reason this is highly entertaining for me... i think i need to seek medical attention.
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Just beat level 12 when my parents computer froze while doing the "level completed" script. But not counting my finished level 12 score i have 198706 as score.

wow im pretty good at this
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haha.. same idea here. Level 12 and it froze up at work.
Well, the website stayed alive, but all the programs I work with, crashed out.

I had a score just below 200k.
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Originally posted by Bnito
haha.. same idea here. Level 12 and it froze up at work.
Well, the website stayed alive, but all the programs I work with, crashed out.

I had a score just below 200k.
HOLY crap, I would have had like a stroke or something from all that thinking.
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