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  1. I'm sure this has been suggested before. While this may be more desirable for a mod going for more of a 'shoot em up' style of play, it simply isn't grounded to reality (or effective enough in a real setting) to justify adding it in for PZ, a game that already punishes you for falling into similar traps of action movie tropes. It looks cool, but it's never done in real life due to the complete inability to aim and the amount of processing power it takes to fire weapons simultaneously at multiple targets on top of that. Also, not really being able to reload without putting one of your weapons down. I can't speak for the developers, but I don't imagine they would take their current combat system above and beyond what can be realistically expected in most first person shooter games, when they already frown upon more feasible combat hacks (like throwing knives) for this exact reason.
  2. The art ingame does depict a pull-tab, which I have seen a few cans of IRL for tuna.
  3. Conversely, if you were to move a cabinet with the doors open, the doors would close when you placed it down again. Intentional or not, they should add a function to the decorate system that lets us choose between item variations.
  4. and untucking shirts, while we're at it! 😁
  5. I would disagree with you here because the shovels ingame are much larger and longer than entrenching tools. It makes sense that the blunt face of conventional shovels would carry more force than the edges (which aren't sharpened, mind you). Also, your entrenching tools are much smaller and lighter than these shovels, making those more purpose-built for this kind of thing than an actual gardening shovel. Maybe if historic entrenching tools were added to the game, treat them more like a bladed weapon - but not regular shovels and spades, which has more heft when using them as a weapon.
  6. Magic Mark


    I'm excited to see the new polish finally coming in to play! I'm looking forward to what can be done with the map markers.
  7. With the help of our wonderful community managers, I just got my name changed from Kim Jong Un to Magic Mark, my discord handle. My previous name was in pretty poor taste, but it's up to date now!

  8. Yeah, I agree! I also got my complaint wrong - I forgot the C4 actually does take the headlights with the hood as it lifts. No need to "fix" it either.
  9. Even if this could happen, it is an outright no for me. Not that I use sky bases, but this is very unrealistic and best reserved for World War Z where it belongs. Harsh, maybe so, but zombies here have been pretty grounded* so far - this is just too much for me. *ba dum tss
  10. Thank you for sharing the above photo I guess the sports car (Corvette) takes the popup headlights with it when the hood opens. Correction, this is not an issue, I just had to remind myself what the engine bay looked like.
  11. Which you can enjoy fully on C:DDA. My point was, none of this stuff should be seen as a way to catch up to C:DDA, rather a completely different design direction. This would be better suited as a mod since freaks and bionic geeks isn't exactly what is being emulated here. Despite what previous conversations on the C:DDA discord have covered, it just isn't the direction this particular game is trying to go in. If it's what you enjoy, all the power to you! I just don't think this is the right bowl of cereal for the orange juice.
  12. "You have almost a carbon copy of CDDA" Sorry, but some of us prefer the more grounded elements of the apocalypse and don't want a game with that extra futuristic stuff going on. Clearly you are fond of CDDA, which has pretty distinct differences aesthetic and gameplaywise. Why would we want it to become more like something that already exists? Have a good day, #6865.
  13. Hello @claire, thanks for translating and reading my post! I'm glad you agree about the dirt situation. You cover a lot of different topics in your post. This thread is about recent changes to the game in the last update. Would you consider making a thread in the suggestions section? That way, your new ideas can be categorized and seen easier. 😀 https://theindiestone.com/forums/index.php?/forum/20-pz-suggestions/ Have a great day!
  14. Overall test feedback: ~~ Dirt: Great in appearance, acquisition is not logical. Currently, dirt piles on way too quickly in passive gameplay. My character's jeans, face and arms got muddied from 20-30 on-off seconds of jogging (not sprinting) up and down my gravel driveway and front yard. Realistically, this should only occur (and at a lesser rate) if the character is sprinting. When I run in real life, I often run on the grass/dirt as it's easier on the feet. I don't ever worry about kicking up mud and soaking myself unless I'm running through puddles. Additionally, despite appearing visually over my clothes, the dirt would only be removed after washing "myself". And then I went out, watered my plants and immediately had more dirt on my face than I did before. ~~ Bags: Functioning, look great, but one minor issue: I experimented around with bags. These work great. I think it's awesome that you can take a tumble and drop one. It creates some harrowing moments out in the world where you have to choose whether going back for your stuff is more important than keeping on going. I admit, when you are carrying two bags and drop both of them at the same time, it does look a little weird that both icons on the ground overlap each other. It's hard to tell whether you dropped one or two bags this way. I don't know if you have 3d ground models on the books for bags (I do love the new models for them) but you may want to consider spreading the dropped bags (in the case of dropping more than one) by a tile. ~~ Flashlights: Attach the new smaller one to your belt! The fix for the new hand flashlight is great. For consistency, you need to be able to attach it to your belt. If you want it to become more integrated into regular gameplay as you claim, this is a needed change. It is too much excess inventory management otherwise to replace risking running through the dark. It also completes the 'security guard' look some of us have during our patrols. ~~ New car damage: This is great that you are putting in real consequences for having a damaged/no hood, but you need to counterbalance this by giving us a way to repair the front end of our vehicles. We can't always go out and find 100% condition hoods to replace ours with, even if we actively avoid crushing zeke like a black-friday wet dream. You may also want to consider differentiating the front bumper and hood, as this is pretty necessary as an upgrade to the maintenance system overall. Give players two potential barriers to engine damage that both make sense. Referring to the entire front end (fenders and all) as "hood" was great as a temporary sticker, but you might want to make the distinction. Wreckfest, for example, considers bumpers as an element separate to the hood. Players may replace bumpers if they wish, which should integrate nicely with the car armor you showcased a while back in another thursdoid. It's just easier to go that route than having to continually explain that the hood is all-encompassing. It also makes more sense - you hit a zeke, what part takes the brunt first? The first step, however, is making the hood repairable. Duct tape, glue, and metal sheets (what is currently the status quo for other parts) are satisfactory. It would be nice if using welding was buffed overall for vehicle repair as it is too resource intensive for obsolete repair benefits. As you recently re-balanced metal walls, this might be on the books as well. ~~ Misc. Build 41 has been out for a while, and the meat cleaver is still a non-reparable item. It should be repaired in the same way any kitchen knife or machete can already be repaired. Other than that, great work! It's very close to polished now, and I'm looking forward to what you do next!
  15. Now that having a broken/no hood does damage to the engine, is there any chance that we can properly repair hoods? It would be a good idea to add in this missing content now that there are proper consequences for neglecting it. Also, the engine damage/condition could really use a once-over, as it hasn't really made much logical sense since the get-go. I'm excited to try this update, will be back with proper feedback for new features and bug reports.
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