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The save system is now completely integrated with the base game format, following standard conventions and solutions which assure stability and reliability. No more weird hidden households or do_not_remove Sims.


Q: How do I resize the game window? Sorry, but the game is forced to launch at 1280 x 720. If you want to make the game bigger: On windows: If you make a shortcut for "Max_The_Elf_DEMO", then go to properties of the shortcut, and add " -screen-width 1920 -screen-height 1080 -screen-fullscreen 1 " to the [target/destination (translated from dutch)] property, it will launch with those settings! Image preview:

This game is absolutely lit. I only wish I could get it to a bigger resolution. Full screen at my 4K screen, that would be ideal, but that might be a bit much. Although I'd be fine with it just stretching the art, of course.

That is true . . . of any game. As far as I'm aware though the content of this game is oriented towards displaying M/M Sexual content and aside from the main antagonist I'm not really aware of (I don't think its really explicitly said what most of the character genders are) any other female characters in the game that Max is probably going to interact with sexually. Breasts aren't strictly femalePenises aren't strictly male.But the content of the game is fairly homo-erotic, I'm convinced, to the extent that I think being open to a sexual identity you weren't aware of before is probably not a bad take for someone to recommend.

Recent evidence indicates a degree of independence between positive and negative emotions (see [44]). Therefore it is possible that, as suggested by appraisal theory (negative emotions elicited by one's goals being blocked in competition) and some empirical findings [16], there would be more negative responses to competition (compared to cooperation) regardless of possible simultaneous positive responses. On the other hand, digital games are likely to enable intrinsic motivation when they are played by participants who voluntarily play games in their free time [45]. Consequently, given that the primary goal of intrinsically motivated participants is simply to enjoy playing the game rather than to win against the opponent, they might show no negative responses to competition. Considering these conflicting predictions, but seeing that there is no strong empirical evidence for either one, we present a research question:

We tested our hypotheses using a basic statistical model, which included mode (cooperation or competition), gender, and modegender interaction as independent variables. Unless mentioned otherwise, all of our reported are based on this basic model. In addition, we also ran expanded covariate models to check for the effects of potential confounds, as suggested by Simmons and others [54]. This model included the following variables as covariates: environment (home or laboratory), interaction for environmenthost (which participant's home the home environment was), the order of modes (competition or cooperation first), the order of environments (home or laboratory first), baseline value of the dependent variable (when available), and previous experience with the game. The last item was included in the confound model because our preliminary analyses indicated that males had more experience with the game than females (p.1, and were hence not included in the covariate model.

Each dyad played the game in four different conditions, which were presented in a randomized order. The conditions were: (1) playing in the same team against a computer-controlled team (cooperation); (2) playing in the same team against a computer-controlled team with equal number of characters, while competing against each other for the higher score (cooperation-competition); (3) playing in different teams against each other, with equal number of computer-controlled characters in both teams (competition); and (4) playing in different teams against each other, without computer-controlled team members (competition without computer). Computer-controlled team characters were included in condition 3 in order to maintain both similar team sizes (six characters) and numbers of player-controlled characters (three characters) as in conditions 1 and 2. Computer-controlled team members were removed from condition 4 to control for the possible effects of computer-controlled within-team characters, keeping the player-controlled characters constant (resulting in three vs. three characters in condition 4, as opposed to six vs. six in other conditions). Of these, conditions 1 and 3 were equivalent to the cooperation and competition modes of Experiment 1, respectively.

The conclusion remains that there is no support for Hypothesis 3. Instead of an action game as in Experiment 1, we used a slower-paced turn-based game here. If the HR effect in Experiment 1 was simply a result of bodily activation and not the competition per se, it should have disappeared here. Instead, HR repeated the pattern resembling the one by positive affect measures, different from SCL that supposedly reflects the arousal closer, but also different from self-reported arousal (although the effect of game result might have affected this). The alternatives remain that HR responds successfully to arousal from the manipulation while SCL for some reason does not, or that while no differences can be found in arousal, HR might be associated specifically with high-arousal positive affect, seeing as how it follows the same pattern as ZM and OO EMG activity.

We used digital games to set up competitive and cooperative situations and assumed that they constitute an intrinsically motivated activity for participants who (according to their own statement) like to play digital games. Further studies should take into account the explicitly stated motivation (cf. [22]). It has been also shown that competitive orientation affects the intrinsic motivation and the emotional response to competition [8], [19]. For example, it is conceivable that the participants with a high desire to win [19] would have had more positive responses to a more competitive game and to actually winning, whereas the participants with low desire to win could have less positive responses to a more competitive game and perhaps less responsivity in general to winning or losing. Future studies should include a competitiveness measure to control this.

This is a Japanese game and is not meant to run on non-Japanese Windows. To get it to work you have to do some tricks. You can either set Windows to Japanese or you can use Microsoft AppLocale instead (preferred).

Note: If you're using Windows Vista with UAC enabled, you may have to run a command prompt as an administrator and manually put in the location of apploc.msi to run the game (because the game requires administrative privileges). You can probably also run AppLocale as an administrator and then browse to the game and run it with Japanese regional settings.

If you don't want to use AppLocale and instead want to change your regional settings to Japanese, you can follow this excellent detailed guideAn external tutorial: for Schoolmate (but most of it applies to any Japanese game).

In this game you take control of A.I.D.A., an robutt built up by an escaped scientist from a mean group of tech-hoarding crazies. He ran away from this group, because they couldn't understand his fascination for robots, giving them curves and whatnot. This mean group captures the scientist, but unbeknownst to them, the freak radioactive thunderstorm in the area is set to wake our robot up. The storm hits, turning A.I.D.A. on, powering up her battery. Here starts her adventure in the wild, radioactive wasteland, filled with dangers unimaginable. It's the year 2295 and the world is still recovering from the nuclear war, over 200 years ago. What can a single robot do in this cursed, irradiated world? Let's find out!

i've played a decent amount of nsfw games, and lemme say, of all of em this definitely blows me away, its amazing. the combat is fun. the outside battle mechanics are fun, the ways you can get lewd stuff is fun, all in all its fun and well made in every way i can think of, the only issue i ever find myself having when i play it is that i want more. so glad i purchased this, and i am definitely looking forward to your future updates!

I made a account to say this but truly awesome game i love it but can you add a horse cock module or can you implement cheats to the system like in the title menu if not i understand and this game is Awesome i love it

I am very-very impressed by the work you done. Those interactions and scenes are DAMN MAGNIFICENT! I wish i could support your game. If you have boosty PLEASE give me a link!Keep up te good work and thank you! :d

Hi Paccsu, I like your game but I'm not very comfortable and can be funny when some of the enemies/characters have big BOOBS like Valentina, peering at the model, it's hard to understand how she sees someone, not to mention as she fights with a huge hammer.

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I have just changed my hard disk, so i only have the c system drive, and when any start my game either from the installation or the game file it does work and and the game can save files and i get no errors. 041b061a72


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