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Numino



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19th August, 2003 at 13:33:08 -

Does upgrading tgf to tgfpro give me 1. No active object limit. 2. Freedom to sell my creations with no logo or payments to anyone else?

Thanks for your expertise.

 
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19th August, 2003 at 14:03:14 -

1) No
2) It removes the Splash screen from the application of a game. So I guees it does.

 
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19th August, 2003 at 14:03:51 -

1.no (its part of the programing)
2.yes (I belive so)
3.get mmf

 
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19th August, 2003 at 14:11:10 -

Instead of getting TGF pro, you should get MMF. It has limitless active objects or near enough anyway. You can also sell your games even with MMF standard (although you do have to have the 'fueled by fusion' logo.)

 
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19th August, 2003 at 14:37:09 -

i agree. MMF is definetly worth it, espescially if you want more actives.

 
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19th August, 2003 at 15:13:17 -

MMF might be worth it, but i think the interface is too complicated compared to TGF.

 
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19th August, 2003 at 17:34:37 -

Its something you get used to tho

 
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Numino



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19th August, 2003 at 17:40:51 -

what features does mmf offer that makes it worth getting for me?

 
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19th August, 2003 at 17:51:51 -

http://www.create-games.com/article.asp?id=109

TGF Pro is being discontinued, MMF 1.5 is the TGF upgrade. Try it for a week.

 
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19th August, 2003 at 18:04:22 -

i would buy mmf but i dont know where to get it from.
i dont have a credit card and there is no way my parents would let me use theirs in an online shop.

 
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20th August, 2003 at 03:55:19 -

I suggest MMF 1.5 over TGF pro. If for nothing else, then for the fact that TGF is discontinued, you dont want to be spending money on old technology... Not exactly a sound investment.

It doesnt get rid of the object limit (that's a limitation of TGF, MMF has an object limit of 10,000 which is more objects than I think it's possible for anyone to create in their right mind [compared to TGF's 256 object limit]).

It does let you sell your creations, though.

MMF also allows you to sell your creations without having to buy the PRO version, but you need to include the "Fueled By Fusion" logo somewhere in your creation (i.e. an About screen for an application or a Credits screen for a game, are good choices).

Also be sure to enquire about an upgrade version of MMF which should save you a couple of bucks.

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20th August, 2003 at 05:47:49 -

damn i just bought TGF pro, o well i dont need lots of active objects, and if i do ill make each level a new game and link them up by telling tgf to open an external program.note: i have not tested this theory
also im not willing to pay $300 or any ammount over $100 over the net.

 
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20th August, 2003 at 07:03:16 -

I'm not sure im willing to buy something that costs $99 that doesn't seem to give me many more features than i alreay have (except of course the active object limit thing). Please correct me if i'm wrong.

 
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20th August, 2003 at 12:59:51 -

MMF is the way to go. I used to think that just sticking to TGF was good enough, but when you have had MMF for a few weeks, it starts to sink in; MMF is an exceptional program. It is definitly worth the $99 (60).

 
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20th August, 2003 at 17:01:44 -

MMF is $99. Didn't you read the article?

You can also get discounts because you have TGF/Pro.

Btw, not many more features? 26 renameable values per object, 10 000 adjustable object limit, 4096 visible event limit, 4095 * 4096 (whatever that is) event limit, many more extensions, easier adjustable interface, advanced picture editor, faster runtime, ability to sell your games (even with standard), revamped action editor, loads more shortcuts, fewer bugs, constantly updated, no animation limit. I see that enough incentive.

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