Friday, June 30, 2006

In the works

Nearly finished with a specialized Kouger B1 program. Forgot to mark some direction arrows and need to double check some radio chips. That’s right, radio chips.
Designed to fight flying OKEs, its loaded with floating mines, and the radios are used for missile interference.
This was actually designed for use with another Kouger design that used the coolant add-on instead of the interference device. When either coolant equipped Kougers picked up a missile (the tanks worst enemy) they would broadcast to the 1 interference tank, which would in turn start jamming.

A decent design, even against non-flying OKEs. Especially those missile equipped. Rockets? Forget it.

[update: busy weekend, didnt get a chance to sit down with CH, be back wednesday]

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Hi there! Would we be able to use this image on Carnage Heart's Wikipedia page as a screenshot of an example CH program? That page badly needs images, and this seems like a reasonable example. It'd be great if you could post in this thread letting us know if you license this image under GFDL, Creative Commons Attributed/ShareAlike, or another of the licenses in the link. Thanks!
GFDL, Creative Commons Attributed/ShareAlike ??? I have no idea what that stuff is, but you can gladly use the image.
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