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You build and maintain factories to gather, transport, and construct what you need to create and launch the rocket. The more you build the more pollution you create, and the angrier the local population gets (and they attack you).
here's a snippet from theie website about the game
You will be mining resources, researching technologies, building infrastructure, automating production and fighting enemies. Use your imagination to design your factory, combine simple elements into ingenious structures, apply management skills to keep it working, and protect it from the creatures who don't really like you.
It was another mate, young one, that kinda-sorta set me up, but not really. I should have set something up for the Norwegian.
However, could say it was an interesting first date with the girl I intended to meet. The night saw Russian rap, ambulance, drunk Belarusians, pretty much the highest authority in choir world in Estonia (we both sing in a choir, so this guy is like a god to us) so drunk that he was asleep on a toilet, the President of our country and a ridiculously jealous cat.
It was eventful, to say the least.
It sounds like you survived the events. Did you enjoy your date being there with you for the experiences?
Yay, mom is now in a position where we have to move her around in bed, cause she is too weak to do it on her own. And all issues with the bodily functions. And there isn't anyone but me who can do that stuff
That has to be rough. At least she has you rather than some stranger.
https://forum.tip.it.../117365-dtwizy/ is the one has made the iOS application. Looks like he hasn't logged in for the past 3 years.
Well, that makes the prospect of getting an update seem pretty hopeless.
I wonder if the problem is the app, or rather whatever services the app was dependent on.
I am back too, due to mobile and because I am finally getting a new computer (mine had become to slow for rs3...). But honestly if we want this forum to be alive we should just merge all of the inactive sub-forums into one so that it appears more alive, then people might come back and we can build it again from there. Leaving it like it is now makes it look like a ghost-town. Who would want to live in a huge town where only one street is active? I would not. But I would like to live in a small village, even if it is the size of only a few streets, if it is active.
Welcome back essiw! I can agree collapsing some of the inactive forums makes sense. I think someone had made some good suggestions about that before, as well.
For now the "View new content" link on the right side of the forum has been my savior for catching stuff posted across the numerous subforums.
There are some drawbacks. Although you can literally do everything on the mobile, some things (like quests) are actually quite fiddly to do. Posture is an issue; playing hunched over a tiny screen is actually pretty uncomfortable after twenty minutes. Also, although the legality of this issue has always been murky, you can't use the third-party clients which have made the UI so much more user-friendly.
It does have some utility though: half-AFK fishing while watching Netflix on television? A little bit of woodcutting while you're waiting for that pasta to boil? On public transport and need a boredom killer? It's here that the mobile version really excels, even if it doesn't fully replace the need to play OSRS on a desktop.
I think you're right that RS Mobile on phones won't replace desktop completely, and third-party UIs being unavailable will mean it isn't appealing to a lot of players.
I would have to try it on a tablet to chime with my opinion for or against mobile as a desktop replacement.
Curious how many people we will get back now with RS Mobile released.
Mobile got me back, but into OSRS. Wish I was in the RS3 mobile beta.
I saw things like the signatures and GE interface broken, and I shot a flair over to Arceus. MageUK's pending.me.uk is broken, too. The protector in me wants to do break-fix.
I think I'll begin poking people until they 1) respond, 2) tell me to go away, 3) make me go away