This inevitably happens when you let procedural legs loose but I still don't like it
You can grow up to be whatever procedural legs you want to be!
... oh okay!
Come on little procedural legs, you can do it!
I think of climate change like a patient with an infection in their finger that's been spreading. The panic used to be about saving their finger, then about saving their hand. By now that's too late; maybe even the whole arm as well. But we still got a shot at saving their life.
^ Obviously not a jab at VR games as a medium - there truly is a wealth of different experiences that vary way more than this video would have you think. Rather, it's somewhat sad to see what extremely limited notion of what VR games can be Valve chooses to promote in that video.
I meant "trickle in" but I suppose reviews tickling in is a good typo. :)
Don't know if Eye of the Temple will ever reach 500 Steam reviews (it's around half way now), but the ones that are there - and the new ones that tickle in now and then - continue to be a big joy for me to read! ❤️
Thanks for the 🔥fantastic reception🔥 of our VR adventure EYE OF THE TEMPLE on Steam!
Check out the game and the reviews:
If you played the game, it would be amazing if you'd leave a review too! ✍️🙏
Do you think we can reach ☆𝟱𝟬𝟬☆ one day? 🤔
It’s also the name of the resulting company when Unity and ironSource has merged, presumably...
What do you call it when you don't want to work for all the ad tech companies, so you join an up-and-coming idealistic game engine company instead to try to make a difference for game devs, only to find they end up becoming one of the most dirty ad tech companies of them all?
I guess one concern is that due to not having a fan, the MacBook Air might throttle performance at the times where MacBook Pro would engage the fan? Possibly not so good for heavy 3D work?
I'm beginning to wonder if a sensible alternative would be the 2022 13" MacBook Air, which is pretty similar in many respects. I'd have to settle for 24GB memory instead of 32GB and to not have an HDMI port after all. Performance of M2 vs M1 Pro is not hugely different. Hmm.
Question which specs to cut down on if I choose 2021 14" MacBook Pro? I feel like I need at least double HDD and memory compared to my 8 years old one, so 2 TB / 32 GB? Whereas for the processor I'd think the cheapest option is plenty fast?