Similar to an old post I saw, it was the missing zlib.ndll from NekoVM. Got that and it finally worked. I didn't know I needed it coz the documentation only recommended getting NekoVM for Mc/Linux users.
Anyway, it's working now. Thanks.
Hi. I just got GMLive 1.0.65 for GMS2.3+. Only the alt version of the gmlive server exe works. Opening the regular one just makes it pop up then it immediately closes.
I downloaded the neko zip fix, added/replaced the files in Included files, but regular gmlive server still won't open. (The alt version works fine).
This is just a suggestion for projects categorized as assets. I just noticed that creators tend to just put the usage terms/conditions or licensing of their projects in the description. Some use the Asset license metadata(?) thing but that tends to be hidden in this box, which can be easy to miss sometimes. For licenses like the Creative Commons ones, they sometimes can get a bit confusing.
It would be nice they had a dedicated, more visible and easily accessible part where licensing terms are shown, like this mockup I did:
It would be great for established licenses like Creative Commons, MIT, etc. had URLs that directly linked to more details to what those licenses entail. Right now, clicking the link to the license in the dropdown box led to a filtered search of similar projects released under the same license. It would also help if there's a link to contact the creator (socials, email, etc.) in case they have more particular instructions. I just think that this could help promote more active crediting within the community.
Hello! Thank you for trying out Delve!
I really regret not putting instructions/a guide in the game. I'm currently working on a post-jam version that will be sure to include a tutorial, and more stuff. If you're interested, you might wanna check it out once it releases. Thanks again!
Hello everyone! I released my first small game, Swatch.
Swatch is a game where you try to match the color of a centered shape with the background. You can use 3 colored buttons (red, green, and blue) to change the color of the shape. Try to match it within limited time. How far can you go?
Try the game for free here: Swatch.
If you have anything to share about the game, please feel free to drop a comment.