Adam

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  • Birthday 04/30/1983

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  1. Happy Birthday!

    Make sure to have fun and not work too hard!

  2. Wait that's for the Loung, 322 total. Still... LAZY! :p

  3. Only 162 posts? Adam you are LAZY!

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHA

    XD

  4. Gaming

    [quote name='jwhitmire' date='09 July 2010 - 10:21 PM' timestamp='1278728508' post='697019'] I just pulled down the game based on great recommendations from friends. I'm on an older iPhone 3G device. It gets to the main menu page, but clicking on new game, or recipe book consistently crashes the app. Help? [/quote] Also, try to restart your iPhone. There's a big chance that'll fix everything. http://ipod.about.com/od/iphonehowtos/qt/turn_off_iphone.htm
  5. Gaming

    Hey, The game was optimized for 3GS and above but it shouldn't be crashing. I'll see what I can do to fix it or make it up to you ASAP. What OS do you have running, 2.0 or 3.0? Please email me (adam@velegant.com) and let's talk, Thanks so much for your support and I'm sorry about this snag, Adam
  6. Gaming

    [quote name='James' date='05 July 2010 - 02:12 AM' timestamp='1278310365' post='696551'] [font="Palatino Linotype"]One option I'd like (and please tell me if it's there and I'm just not noticing) is an icon that will always take me back to the game's main menu no matter where I am. If I'm in the practice mode, for example, I might want to jump out of there and jump back into the story...or I might be mid-way through making a drink and I might want to try something else. Having a way to immediately "go back" or "go home" would be awesome. As it stands now, you need to click the Home button on your device and then re-load the game. That's a pretty minor thing, but it would certainly be handy. [/font] [/quote] It's a little too subtle but there's a cog in the top right hand corner of the screen just under the Recipe Book. That'll take you home .
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    [center][img]http://img805.imageshack.us/img805/1535/nimblestronglogoob.jpg[/img] [font="Trebuchet MS"][size=7]BUG REPORTING[/size][/font][/center] [blockquote] [b]KNOWN ISSUES:[/b] [list] [*]Slightly less than ideal framerate on second-generation devices (iPhone 3G, iPod Touch 8GB) [*]Reagan's mouth is slightly shaded wrong [*]Scotch Fizz recipe asks for Rum and the Pina Colada doesn't say "shaken" [*]Eye blinks are a little too slow [/list] [b]OTHER (NON)-ISSUE:[/b] If you have an older device and your game crashes it's NOT because the game is buggy. Older devices need to be restarted every once in a while to clear up memory in order to run some newer games. If you do a full restart your device, the game won't crash anymore. We put 100+ hours of testing on 2nd generation devices, so we know it's stable . Post any other issues you find here .[/blockquote]
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    [center][img]http://img805.imageshack.us/img805/1535/nimblestronglogoob.jpg[/img] [font="Trebuchet MS"][size=7]GAME PLAY TIPS[/size][/font][/center] [blockquote][list] [*]Almost every drink begins with filling the glass with ice. To make things easy on you ice is automatically selected. The first thing you should do when the glass hits the bar is touch and hold the glass. Ice cubes will fall in. Only release your finger from the glass when it's full, otherwise you risk getting fail prompts. [*]Whenever a "Fail" prompt appears you lose a % of your accuracy score. You get a small percent back with a "Perfect" and you break-even on "Nice." If you get a "Nice (Tad Under)" try to put just a tiny bit more to get to Perfect, you'll get a small boost. [*]Almost every drink begins with one of the base spirits (vodka, gin, rum, tequila, bourbon, cognac) and a two second pour. Touch and hold your finger on the glass for two seconds (count in your head) and release. [*]One ounce ingredients will be a one-second pour (count in your head and release). Splashes will just be a little bit. [*]When in doubt, consult your recipe book (top right corner). [*]If you have two orders at once that share ingredients, always try to pour into both in one go (using two fingers). [*]Only put on a garnish if you have time, they're not required. If you pick the right garnish you get a small boost but the lost time might make it not worth it. They are pretty, though. [*]Even though you're technically supposed to muddle drinks before putting in ice, Nimble lets you put in ice first and muddle second without penalty. This saves you extra time because you can use the fact that ice is the default selection to your advantage. [/list][/blockquote]
  9. ADKIPZZZZZZZZZ!!!! hey

  10. Added you as a friend, brat. :p

  11. I have a lot of game play footage for my game and want to transform it into a quick trailer video to show it off. Is anyone here really good with video editing/have a strong eye to help me out on it? Thanks! Adam
  12. Looks like almost everything is up and running! We're getting there. :P It'll be even nicer with a shiny new layout/skin.

  13. [quote name='Raiha'][COLOR="DarkOrchid"][FONT="Times New Roman"]So in other words being a person with a shoddy self defense system means I'm saved. .....I wish that was as reassuring as it should be.[/FONT][/COLOR][/QUOTE] Mental note: Drink moar alcohol and eat nachos.
  14. Awesome interview Rick, kudos to you and give my compliments to the interviewers for a great job, Adam
  15. Lots of martial arts diversity, wow. I took Kung-Fu for most my life growing up, from late elementary school to senior year of high school Recently I've been taking Brazilian JuJitsu for the last six months but I had a chest injury and have been on a leave of absence. I think BJJ is more effective than Kung Fu HOWEVER it's MUCH easier to get injured in class. I also took Muay Thai for a month -- There's a book I read called Meditations On Violence by an expert martial artist and police guru Basically he says that the #1 thing you gain from studying martial arts is fitness. This is because real world fights have a LOT of variables you can never prepare for and that the natural reaction to an ambush type situation, regardless of training, is to freeze I highly, highly recommend the book for anyone taking martial arts, it's very sobering.