Author: digineaux

Stupid Invaders Crashing or freezing on button press or click FIX

Stupid Invaders Crashing or freezing on button press or click FIX

This fix was successfully applied to the retail disc version of the game, on a windows 10 machine, on the 10/05/2022. First try running it in compatiblity mode: Right click on the shortcut or executable Select “Troubleshoot Compatibility” Select “Try recommended settings”. This will probably apply a windows XP service pack compatibility. Click “Test the…

Measure Materials and Textures Unity Asset Pack
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Measure Materials and Textures Unity Asset Pack

A free pack of measured textures and materials for unity. They should work for any rectangular prism based shapes and combinations of rectangular prisms. They may even work alright for spheres and other odd shapes. The non transparent textures can easily be given colors by altering the albedo color in the materials window. If you…

Creating a UV Map for Dummies

Creating a UV Map for Dummies

To apply textures or materials in most 3d engines a 3d model will need a UV map. If you cant add a texture or material to an imported 3d model, ot is most likely missing a UV map. Most CAD softwares do not have these features, as they generally arn’t intended for use in games…

AMP Installing to the wrong drive or directory fix

AMP Installing to the wrong drive or directory fix

AMP by Cube Coders is a fantastic game server management tool, automating and simplifying alot of otherwise headache inducing tasks related to managing such servers. However it does have some rough edges. In this case it will install files to the first empty drive it finds or otherwise seemingly a random drive, which is far…

Cut an image into a shape with photoshop
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Cut an image into a shape with photoshop

See the video tutorial here! AdFly Load your image into photoshop On a separate layer, insert the shape you want  Ensure the shapes layer is above the images layer Position and resize the shape over the part of the image you want it to cut out (if needed). Use ctrl+T or command+T With the shapes…