I am guessing you mean building a spice rack?
"What We Do Not Accept
At this time, we are not adding the following:
- Short/Trivial Games
- Generic Puzzle Games
- Generic Typing Games
- Geography Games
- Vocabulary/Math and other Educational Games
- Quiz Games
- Generic Sudoku Solvers/Minesweeper Remakes/Rubik's Cube Solvers/etc.
- Visual Novels/Interactive Movies
- PvP-Related Activities
- High-Score Based Submissions
- Non-Video-Game Activities"
@Mewtwo Two Worlds - less than 2 minutes Fallout 1 - 5 minutes Fallout 2 - 10 minutes Fallout 3 - 15 minutes Fallout: New Vegas - 10 minutes Fallout 4 - 1 hour Knights of Old Republic - 50 minutes Knights of Old Republic 2 - 40 minutes Dragon Age: Origins - 42 min
So IDK about that.
If you have an issue with a particular speedrun, take it to the moderators and forums of said game, instead of cluttering the wrong forums.
Also, judging the fact that you created this account about an hour ago, it seems that your purpose is just to cause drama. Bad form, dude.
Does the game run fine without windowing? Have you tried setting the compatibility mode to Win XP Service Pack 3?
I had a similar problem - my 1.01 game would crash after I entered the Johnson house and skipped the cutscenes to when the car blows up. Downgraded Steam version worked fine. What fixed my issue was that I set the compatibility mode to Win XP Service Pack 3. So you could try this
Sorry for a late reply but this past week has been pretty hectic + I got sick.
Only reason I can think of from the top of my head why my dialogues are slower is that I had to fiddle with dosbox rendering settings to show up in my OBS, IIRC. I'll fiddle around with it today.
There is no reason to change the gamespeed by typing over f10 other than I either forgot or didn't know.
[quote]Highlights they do, past broadcasts they do not. You can archive your past broadcasts, but they'll be auto deleted after a couple weeks (idk the the exact time).[/quote] Today I learned something. I always record locally too and upload them to YT, so I have only skimmed how long what stays in Twitch.
But the thing is that IIRC Twitch doesn't save the streams/highlights forever.
Welcome to running and to the site. May RNGeesus always smile on you :)
Welcome to the community :) Come for speedruns, stay for the banter.
It saves a few, because the game doesn't have to render your hat.
I have been interested in speedrunning for a couple of years now, but I didn't personally start doing runs until this year.
I mainly plan on running older adventure games from my childhood, because feel that I am familiar enough with them. I have no idea whether I will be doing other genres or not. Time will tell.
Happy running and may RNG be always favourable to you.
Of course you can submit your run. Even if it's hours longer than the current WR, if it's the fastest YOU can run said game within the rules, there is no reason not to submit it. That said, I am currently trying to get a sub 50 min run in Monkey Island 2 before I submit it.
Welcome to the site. Happy running :)