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Our objective is to build an accurate Game-Maker frame rate chart that lets PC gamers select from any Nvidia or AMD graphics card series. In this beta feature we provide Game-Maker FPS data.
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It includes a guide, a well-commented example, and documentation for each script making it easy to implement it into your game. The physics and visualization are done with shaders, making the fluid simulation very fast. The asset is highly customizable, letting you tweak the fluids extensively. It can be used to simulate fire, smoke, gas, dye, dust, wind, water droplets, cloud formation, and.
For UWP YYC builds, you must have the old Windows SDK 10.0.10240.0 as well as our stated minimum, as Visual Studio 2015 expects Windows SDK 10.0.10240.0 to be installed; Some audio devices can cause the runner to take longer than normal to initialise when running projects, so you might need to disable these temporarily; Monitors with refresh rates higher than 60hz can cause timing issues on.
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Once you have the Game Options correctly set up, you are ready to compile your game as an APK for uploading to the Amazon Appstore. You can compile the game using either the VM or YYC options, although we recommend that final executables always use the YYC as it can give an important boost to performance. Note that the YYC may take longer to compile than the VM.
The hard part was cleaning up my existing code as I had a few scripts that had errors in them, and even though they weren't actually called in the game, it prevented YYC from compiling. Also I had a couple of globalvars which I had then referred to with dot notation (from before they were globals) which works fine in the default compiler, but YYC doesn't like that.