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  1. 2 points
    Went this year as Helba, while my friends posed as the Ginyu force (they won a prize!) The costume is home made, took several weeks and almost 200 € but I still had to rush at the end x_x. I find it funny that there is a bag in this pic that is not ours but it seems just as confused to be there
  2. 2 points

    Version 1.0.0

    16 downloads

    I created the chimchim computer mouse cursor with the help of Erroneous in resizing it. My idea was to make the official CC2 chimchim emote into a cursor. So (without all the failed attempts) what happened was this: I tilted the emote 45 degrees to the left, and Erroneous enlarged it by 300px from its original 200px, so now its 500px. Also there's two versions, the 500px and the 600px, the 600px is just slightly larger than the 500px. Instructions: Download the .zip file then unzip it. To apply the chimchim cursor into a Windows 10 computer go into mouse options, advanced mouse options, pointers, then hit the browse button, find and click the "chim500px.cur" or the "chim600px.cur" file depending on what size you want, then apply it. Congrats, your cursor is now a mini chimchim, cool right?
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    Last November we at DHN wanted to host a community programming day where you the community would put your skills to the test and create the best fan dothack game. But to many people's disinterest in performing such a difficult task and many people questioning their graphic and programming skills, we sought a way to balance the field so that everyone could participate. Rather than the community sit and write code or sit and draw, we discovered an easier method. What if we provided the programs you could use and you would focus more on the storytelling. And thus the genre Text Adventure Game was the best platform to allow everyone the chance to participate. A text adventure game, for those unfamiliar does not use graphics whatsoever. It works like a Choose Your Own Adventure books, where everything is predetermined but the reader, in this case the player's choice would determine different outcomes of success or failure. The player is given a text prompt and makes a choice when the narrative needs a player to interact, or the player can move around and select options based on words and actions. If anyone may have been fortunate to play, a real life example of a game that is best known for this would be Zork. The programs you may choose for this challenge are Inform 7, Twine, Quest, or ADRIFT. You will want to read on the features each program has to offer best suited for your needs, i.e. some can be created on a web page without having to install any software, others allow easier navigation for branching results. Whichever option you choose is acceptable, you may even use any other software not mentioned here. So long as the community can download and play your game. The last rule and most important rule to this challenge is that it must be dothack related. Whether you decide to use existing dothack characters in a new story, or using the canon characters to retell the same story for those who were unable to play the games, or if you wish to create your own original characters that exist in The World franchise is acceptable. Which version of The World is up to you, the original, The World R:2 from the .hack//GU games, The World R:X from .hack//LINK, or The World FORCE:ERA from the movie .hack//Beyond the World. Character classes should be mentioned or made apparent, use of friendly creatures like Grunty's and ChimChim's are also encouraged, and of course monsters! While pulling out your notebook or notepad writing ideas, you should consider the following: protagonists, antagonist, supporting characters, a conflict, a solution, and a resolution. Be sure to consider other literary tools like themes and tones. And of course, be sure to share your works when you finished. Make sure to tag us @dothacknetwork on social media when you wish to share your work. And on September 13th 2019 aka International Programmers Day, we will pick an entry as the winner of 2019's Make Your Own Dothack Game challenge!
  4. 1 point

    Version K.U.S

    333 downloads

    Introducing the Area Server This copy of the Area Server is completely translated and fully usable and ready to connect to the Netslum Lobby. This program will allow you to host your own area server so you can play with your friends. Because it has already been run and unlocked via Disc Authentication, there's no need to do that yourself. Just make sure you port forward. In your router, log in and go to the port forwarding section, forward the TCP/UDP port 20000 in start and end.
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    If anyone will be at Youmacon this year, my boyfriend and I will be there walking around one day as Tsukasa and Albireo, it'd be rad to see anyone else there in .hack// gear so if you'll be there please say hello. I'll also post pics in this thread of our cosplays once they're done.
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    I managed to find grunties! Definitely wish I had more time, I ended up having to completely re-make the spear the morning of the convention but all in all i think it turned out pretty well! I plan on continuing to upgrade this costume for the next convention I go to as well, I eventually want to have a really high quality spear of wotan.
  7. 1 point
    http://stores.ebay.de/spielmixac/?_dmd=1&_nkw=.hack Has a good number of promo cards and most are fairly cheap @.@
  8. 1 point
    Well I did my first ever stream on twitch saturday. No cam or commentary. Just tried to figure it out. I like it. So will likely stream more and maybe even try breaking out a mic next time. Thanks for the support.
  9. 1 point
    xD you should do a stream if you want to,surely some fans will watch as there can't be that many .hack videos out there~
  10. 1 point
    Thought about it, but nobody would want to watch this old guy.
  11. 1 point
    I only know of http://www.wholesalegaming.biz/dothackenemy/ when it comes to .hack//ENEMY. I have heard both good and bad things, though I question if the bad comments are from people who actually used the service. Just out of curiosity, which of the 4 card games were you referring to? .hack//ENEMY .hack//TC&TCG .hack//SIGN Trading Card .hack//G.U. The Card Battle .hack//LINK Victory Spark
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    Great place to find a list of any TCG I use this often.
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    I don't know where you could find the cards; i would say check ebay, craigslist, or amazon, but there is a list of all the cards on the .hack wikia. The link is: http://dothack.wikia.com/wiki/List_of_ENEMY_Cards
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