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Post Aug 14th '06, 04:37

but still is a funny glitch i found thanx to my dog
LOL
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oteito
somewhere in the heavens

Post Aug 14th '06, 06:50

I beat the tycho plank,

the end of it is the end of durandle on Lazzerus Ex Machine (I think thats the name)

Its by far much cooler than other two planks

I can spoil the plot for you if you PM me
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"I often think about poor old bill, and how hard he was to saw."
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Post Aug 19th '06, 11:51

My brother has beaten Rubicon X. On total carnage. I just watched and gave him mml insight ot make it go faster.
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Shadowbreaker
Melbourne, Victoria

Post Aug 19th '06, 21:52

all of the planks or just one?

Ive beaten them all

and also, the bug where the graphic for the pistol is out of whack is gone
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Post Aug 20th '06, 02:06

All.
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Shadowbreaker
Melbourne, Victoria

Post Aug 20th '06, 03:00

...Seriously...you're just spamming now. You could at least post something relating to the topic.
...
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Anyway, how many new levels were added?
The Pf'hak - Read it.
Science technology jargon physics.
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LegacyTyphoon

Post Aug 20th '06, 04:09

Yeah, you know, I'm also curious about that too!
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assassingao

Post Aug 20th '06, 15:53

The original had 64 levels.
Nmber of levels in rubicon X - 64 = number of new levels.
Assuming no levels were deleted.

Billy was a chemist's son.
But Billy is no more.
What Billy thought was H20,
Was H2S04.
xyfbzi

Post Aug 20th '06, 16:06

The original had 64 levels.
Nmber of levels in rubicon X - 64 = number of new levels.
Assuming no levels were deleted.



Assuming the fact that Marathon Rubicon's server and my place are too far away for good speed, X would've contained nothing, so it's = -64



Anybody wanted to send Rubicon X to my e-mail or host it somewhere?

My email is <my username>@gmail.com
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assassingao

Post Aug 20th '06, 18:32

You realize that that would be much slower than just waiting for it to download?
The Pf'hak - Read it.
Science technology jargon physics.
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LegacyTyphoon

Post Sep 9th '06, 10:46

Grays, it goes 5K per second to me, and would you ENDURE loading a 100+MB in 5K per second?


I guess not.
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assassingao

Post Sep 9th '06, 12:20

assassingao wrote:Grays, it goes 5K per second to me, and would you ENDURE loading a 100+MB in 5K per second?
I guess not.

I don't have to endure a file downloading at 5k a second...I have Comcast... [MTongue]
Anyway, AIM me, I'd be willing to send you the file.
It's Comcastic! [MUp]
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LegacyTyphoon

Post Sep 9th '06, 15:53

I don't have to endure a file downloading at 5k a second...I have Comcast...


I don't have AIM, but can you send those files to Gmail?

It have 2gb worth of space! Large enough for me to have RUBICON!
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assassingao

Post Sep 9th '06, 17:46

assassingao wrote:I don't have AIM, but can you send those files to Gmail?

It have 2gb worth of space! Large enough for me to have RUBICON!


Yes, but uploading and sending Rubicon through gmail's web interface is going to be hell. Massive file uploads over HTTP are usually very slow. Downloading it will also be slow. Plus I suspect that gmail limits the size of files uploaded. Ditto for POP access with a mail client.
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Post Sep 9th '06, 20:55

I meant storing file inside the email as an email themselves...

Same format as sending an email to someone...


There's no size-limit on each files, though.
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assassingao

Post Sep 10th '06, 17:29

rubicon x has 83 levels, all four of the net only levels where deleted

so I guess 83-60= 23
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Post Oct 28th '06, 01:12

Wow. Rubicon was already very shiny with classic graphics, but now...

Well, it's probably going to be awesome-sauce.
ChauSara

Post Oct 28th '06, 02:36

i like those big maps with loads of aliens to kill...
LOL
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oteito
somewhere in the heavens

Post Oct 29th '06, 16:51

Ugh. For some reason, I can't exit the preferences menu without the game suddenely quitting. Is there a way to fix it?
ChauSara

Post Oct 30th '06, 00:38

wow... WHOLY crap!
this is Lazer impressive! (I realy like the frign huge vistas, makes a super massive impression)
like after the prolouge.. I was just jaw droped in the massiveness of the whole scene

uber awsome and all, but that prolouge slightly jarbles my plotline for my scenario, (new information!)

does anybody know how to decrypt the map file? I cant get into it. (mainly for grabing terminal text to read carefully [research])
-edit-
never-mind, I can handle sitting at my computer
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