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Re: aurora 4X C# Youtube Videos
« Reply #120 on: November 08, 2020, 07:59:54 AM »
Hi Anamori,

Welcome to Aurora 4X!

This is exactly the place to put your post. I started the thread with the aim of having one place where anyone could find out what videos were available on YouTube and where to watch them so your post fits right in.

On a separate, but related, point, I have seen that someone has posted the first Quazar4X video. If more get posted then i will keep a separate spreadsheet for them. I will post that in the Quazar4X section of the forums and ask you to keep Quazar4X posts on that thread, should I start it!

Thanks,

Andy
 
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Re: aurora 4X C# Youtube Videos
« Reply #121 on: November 08, 2020, 09:46:04 AM »
Hi Anamori,

Welcome to Aurora 4X!

This is exactly the place to put your post. I started the thread with the aim of having one place where anyone could find out what videos were available on YouTube and where to watch them so your post fits right in.

 Thanks for warm welcome.
 But first and foremost thank you for your work with categorizing and archiving all C# Aurora content. Secondly sorry for confusion due to non-standarized naming convention. You already have my creator-name in The List (TransdimensionalOne) from previous attempt on 1.00&1.30 Aurora. This account name (Anamori) predate any attempts to stream/record and my lazy ass just use it due to "convenience".

On a separate, but related, point, I have seen that someone has posted the first Quazar4X video. If more get posted then i will keep a separate spreadsheet for them. I will post that in the Quazar4X section of the forums and ask you to keep Quazar4X posts on that thread, should I start it!

Thanks,

Andy

 Not sure if separated or unrelated actualy, I did posted short notification about Quazar4x going into "playable/testing" stage for my viewers recentry (As TransdimensionalOne and narrated in Polish). It is not realy worth sharing that video there tho. Maybe it is about another video, please ignore me in that case. Quazar4x is great project and Kyle hard work there is very evident, so in future every worthy coverage of His work should be promoted for sure.
 
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Re: aurora 4X C# Youtube Videos
« Reply #122 on: November 11, 2020, 12:33:40 PM »
Good evening all,

We have three new video in the past five days!

Firstly, in version 1.12 news.

I apologize for missing the new posts by TransdimensionalOne who has now posted eight new videos in the past seven days. They are all part of his Polish-language 'Spirala Zaglady' playthrough. Zhatelier has posted the next five parts of his 'Red Galaxy' playthrough (parts 32 to 36).

So, for version 1.12 we now have 40 videos with a total running time of 0 days, 21 hours and 39 minutes.

Next, for other/unknown versions.

All the new videos posted were for 1.12.

So, overall, we now have a total of 525 videos with a total running time of 13 days, 5 hours and 13 minutes.

As usual, I have added the latest copies of the spreadsheets to the first post.

Andy
 
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Re: aurora 4X C# Youtube Videos
« Reply #123 on: November 13, 2020, 12:00:44 PM »
Giving a small heads-up, having a new Let's Play starting today (and the first episode should be out already)! The Red Galaxy playthrough met an untimely end due to some spoilers, so I wasted no time starting up a next one. This one is called The Last Kingdom (last because I expect we'll die sooner or later) and is somewhere between the Red Galaxy and Age of Sail in certain aspects. There will be multiple players involved, while I'll do the actual playing, but each player is leading a faction within the Kingdom. This involves various houses as well as guilds and a religious organization. Each of the factions has their own agenda that they'll try to further while we together try to survive against the terrors that lie in the galaxy. Some of these players may or may not be fairly familiar names for most or at least some  ;)

This time there won't be any faction-specific episodes though, to lessen the editing burden that was one of the major reasons why I had to axe the AoS LP. There is a fair bit of lore involved, which mostly took shape in the past 2 weeks or so, but more of that on the actual videos. Here's the playlist link for ease of access: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKFBBf1WhFzRdjHDTFO4Cn_ny0HSY1Uu6
You can find a link to lore documentation in the actual episode descriptions.

Again, great job keeping the sheet up to date  :)

PS. Now that I'm starting a new series, you can probably expect a new update this weekend  :P
 
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Re: aurora 4X C# Youtube Videos
« Reply #124 on: November 15, 2020, 08:37:53 AM »
Good afternoon all,

We have six new video in the past four days! And there is some interesting news below, too.

Firstly, in version 1.12 news.

TransdimensionalOne who has posted the next two parts of his Polish-language 'Spirala Zaglady' playthrough (parts 8 and 9). Sadly, Zhatelier's 'Red Galaxy' playthrough has ended due to some 'Dwarf Fortress'-like !!fun!! so he has now posted the final part (part 37). However, he has started a new, multi-player playthrough with some of the other most prolific posters and has posted the first two parts of a 'The Last Kingdom' playthrough (parts 0 & 1).

So, for version 1.12 we now have 45 videos with a total running time of 1 day, 0 hours and 24 minutes.

Next, for other/unknown versions.

Defran Strategy has posted the next part of his 'New Horizons' V1.11 playthrough (part 25).

So, overall, we now have a total of 531 videos with a total running time of 13 days, 11 hours and 41 minutes.

As usual, I have added the latest copies of the spreadsheets to the first post.

Andy
 
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Re: aurora 4X C# Youtube Videos
« Reply #125 on: November 17, 2020, 03:16:47 PM »
Good afternoon all,

We have four new video in the past two days! And there is some interesting news below, too.

Firstly, in version 1.12 news.

TransdimensionalOne who has posted the next part of his Polish-language 'Spirala Zaglady' playthrough (part 10). Zhatelier has posted the next three parts of his multiplayer 'The Last Kingdom' playthrough (parts 2 to 4).

So, for version 1.12 we now have 49 videos with a total running time of 1 day, 2 hours and 29 minutes.

Next, for other/unknown versions.

All the new videos were v1.12.0.

So, overall, we now have a total of 535 videos with a total running time of 13 days, 13 hours and 46 minutes.

As usual, I have added the latest copies of the spreadsheets to the first post.

Andy
 
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Re: aurora 4X C# Youtube Videos
« Reply #126 on: November 21, 2020, 01:46:10 PM »
Good evening all,

We have seven new video in the past four days!

Firstly, in version 1.12 news.

TransdimensionalOne who has posted the next three parts of his Polish-language 'Spirala Zaglady' playthrough (parts 11 to 13). Zhatelier has posted the next four parts of his multiplayer 'The Last Kingdom' playthrough (parts 5 to 8).

So, for version 1.12 we now have 56 videos with a total running time of 1 day, 6 hours and 36 minutes.

Next, for other/unknown versions.

All the new videos were v1.12.0.

So, overall, we now have a total of 542 videos with a total running time of 13 days, 17 hours and 53 minutes.

As usual, I have added the latest copies of the spreadsheets to the first post.

Andy
 
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