well sure it does! Carbon has 4 valence electrons allowing it to bond 4 times! oxygen only has 2! so if you have want something to stop bonding with something else you can throw a hydrogen at it that will take up one of the "slots" of bonding. same if you take one away, itll make a double bond with something else if it can for instance! it makes a lot more sense than spacechems bonding where you had to put stuff on spaces for some reasonBut is there really any link to real life physics in this game? I think it was the lack of tutorial that threw me off. I didn't understand how to break double bounds (or even bounds), for example, and I was trying to find my way around it, until I understood you just needed to add hydrogen.
Similarly, I'm not totally sure in what sequence the things happen. Sometimes it feels like all the instructions in a line happens at the same time, but some other times it seems that some actions within a line have priority over others, even when they don't seem to contradict each other?
For example, I think the "result" action needs to be on a line of its own, or it will almost always contradict another action. Maybe.
So yeah, my difficulties are more the lack of explanations to the puzzle and the need to experiment and figure them out myself. I have trouble to relate that to the "real" rules of physics...
Yikes. Between this and all the performance issues im reading about I can wait a month for this to get patched up first.
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What HDD and SSD is it?Forgive me if this the wrong thread for it, but I had a question as someone who has an old gaming rig and is trying to upgrade. So I have a rig I built back in 2011 with an obsolete motherboard, CPU, GPU, etc. Would it be feasible to completely build a brand new PC capable of running 4K gaming, but still be able to use the HDD and SSD from the old PC? I wasn’t too sure if there was possibly a compatibility issue or not.
Is this a synonym for drugs?
The exploit was consistently replicable even when creating a completely new account that doesn’t own any games. As well as making a new account we even tested the exploit on a third machine and the exploit persisted, meaning that it is almost certainly possible to do this with any account, on any machine.
That sounds like a lot more effort than just actually going to go pirate the games.
Piracy needs scene release, this does not.
Yeah, everyone can just buy the games and ask for refund. Voila, free games.
Borderlands 3 hasn't even been out for 60 days.
Right. I knew that the game was out in September, but somehow I was thinking a month and a half is 90 days lol.Borderlands 3 hasn't even been out for 60 days.
Does this method give the players access to online and patches? Cuz then I could see it being somewhat appealing to people that are willing the scam the system.
But still, waiting for a crack seems to me to be easier than like, scamming someone out of their password, or finding someone else to scam Epic with, or doing refund juggling.
I expected that to happen after they "finished" Remote play with the coop update, it is the clear evolution. It is also a direct competition to XCloud, which also supposedly offers the best of both worlds.
Built my new rig last week. Bought Doom on sale and gave Destiny 2 a shot now it's F2P, but other than that Fallen Order will be the first *new* game I buy that puts my system through its paces.I'm starting to get really excited for Fallen Order. This will be the first game release I've been excited for since switching over to PC gaming earlier this year. My Pulse 5700 should be arriving tomorrow as well (upgrading from a GTX 970), so it should hopefully make the experience all the more enjoyable.
Steam will end the first session if someone logs in elsewhereJust like Family Sharing on Steam, without the hassle of asking for machine authorization.
Actually, cannot people log in with the same EGS account on two different machines? Then cannot they simultaneously play?
With Steam, you can be logged in on different machines, but cannot simultaneously play. With EGS, I am not sure anything would be checked.
You can be logged on multiple machines at the same time, but you can only play on one at time.
Why is Parsec opening itself in Remote Play Together? Is Steam maybe using them for that? It would be weird they are not saying they are partnering if so.So weird thing happened last night while playing Guacamelee 2 with a friend via Remote Play Together. It was the second time doing this and for some reason I had some fps drops, nothing major but it was distracting. Suddenly Parsec on my friends side kept opening her web browser and sending her to the website for Parsec. She forced closed Parsec and suddenly the fps drops stopped on my side. We played for at least 2 hours after that and I never experienced the fps drops again.