We are currently planning a Linux and Mac version :)
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I love the program but I am having trouble editing large scenes or buildings as there is no ability to pan vertically and the zoom function seems very limited.
I would also love to have some built in rendering options. For those of us modeling for use in 2D games, it would be great to create our 3D scenes in AssetForge and render them there too, light sources and sky boxes' would be awesome.
So I downloaded some assets from the Kenney site and saved the Models folder in the Collections folder, they show up perfectly but the thumbnails are too zoomed in or blank. Any way to get them to show correctly?
EDIT: So I downloaded some more and they show the thumbs correctly. Seems any large items do not show correctly. The Space Kit is the one I am having issues with. Anything I can do?
What version of Windows do you have? You can try downloading this dll and copying it to the same folder as the executable - https://www.dropbox.com/s/zvawcumonf24ts0/msvcr110.dll?dl=0
Let me know if it works. And I hope you enjoy the game!
While Mass Effect Andromeda won't see his return, Commander Shepard still has one more adventure in him!
A fan project driven by a passion for classic point and click adventure games and more importantly the Mass Effect series; The Adventures of Commander Shepard is a fan-fiction "demake" and love letter to both.
Driven by our intense love for Mass Effect and our inability to let it go after Mass Effect 3 (as also evident in our website Mass Effect Indoctrination), this project first began as an animated satire but soon grew into a full point and click adventure game. There is so much about Mass Effect that lends itself perfectly to the classic point and click genre, and we felt that trying to bring in some of the old LucasArts humour while poking fun at some of the tropes of the modern RPG was something that really helped blend the two together in a fun way that made our little fan-fiction "demake" the perfect homage to both. We hope you enjoy playing through this passion project as much as we enjoyed creating it.