Midnight Flyer computer game

Player Comments



From: andrewsmart@... 
Date: Wed Aug 7, 2002  10:37 am 
Subject: RE: [midnight] announce: Midnight Flyer (a LOM clone for windows using VB and DirectX7)  


You dark horse you ! 

I've very quickly tried it, and have to say you have done a great job there ! 

What is missing from the game then.... 

Andrew 

 

From: "ecsbrowser"  
Date: Wed Aug 7, 2002  1:05 pm 
Subject: Re: announce: Midnight Flyer (a LOM clone for windows using VB and DirectX7)  


Oh my - I just flew over Midnight... FANTASTIC!!!

The game looks great, congratulations for some great work.

Jean-Yves



From: "bartleby0000"  
Date: Wed Aug 7, 2002  9:27 pm 
Subject: Re: announce: Midnight Flyer (a LOM clone for windows using VB and DirectX7)  


Nice re-make man, keep up the good work :)


 

From: "kevinstaden"  
Date: Wed Aug 7, 2002  10:47 pm 
Subject: Re: announce: Midnight Flyer (a LOM clone for windows using VB and DirectX7)  


Crikey! This came as a bolt out of the blue. Certainly cheered up my
Wednesday night!!
I've only just unzipped and started it in the last couple of minutes,
but yeah... I was flying... over Midnight - Wow!

So what won't it do yet then?

Nice one

Kevin


 

From: "wasp2002nl"  
Date: Fri Aug 9, 2002  12:47 am 
Subject: Re: announce: Midnight Flyer (a LOM clone for windows using VB and DirectX7)  


Wowy the powy (dutch saying (kind of))
great piece of work man. I am trying to complete a course of VB6 but
when i see this pfffh.... again nice work.

wasp



From: "ilias2"  
Date: Mon May 19, 2003  12:47 pm 
Subject: Tactical questions about Chris Wild's Midnight Engine 


If one could combine it (Midnight Engine) with the Midnight Flyer and its cool features
(Valhalla & Hel, altitude view, summary of assembled army at a
certain location (it's a bit tedious to add all those riders and
warriors together in your head)) it would be awesome.



From: "Peter Mackenzie"  
Date: Sat Jun 7, 2003  12:29 am 
Subject: crushed (slightly ot)  


Re Midnight Flyer- not sure I'm playing the most up to date game as
I couldn't save. But holy mary, it's a bit tricky! I tried the *keep
of blood* strategy and got righteously hammered by DD.

After seeing it wasn't on, the majority of my forces fell back to
Xajorkith. I had just over 9000 troops at the capital- they were
polished off swiftly. Same at Ithrorn.

I thought I might steal a quest victory just to save face- but no
Ice Crown at the Tower of Doom!

Could anyone tell me which is the most up to date version of MF?

The battle algorithms have changed, I reckon?


Nice, though. Best game I've played in ages. The heroic defence
against all odds sits well with what my beloved Scotland have to do
against Germany in 14hrs:

a draw- nice! the best we can hope for...

peter "Hail! Hail!" mackenzie

 


From: "Jean-Yves"  
Date: Wed Nov 12, 2003  4:43 pm 
Subject: Re: new version: Midnight Flyer 0.8  


Hi Jaz,

... overall it looks realy nice :)

I'll have a longer play and get back to you with more comments.

Jean-Yves



From: "kevinstaden"  
Date: Fri Nov 14, 2003  1:21 pm 
Subject: Re: Good Stuff 


We have Midnight Flyer improving each release

 

From: "Peter Mackenzie"  
Date: Wed Jan 7, 2004  8:20 am 
Subject: Re: [midnight] Midnight Flyer: Rendered Mountains  raoulroderigas 


Jaz,

The mountains look fantastic in their 3-d rendering! Can't wait for the
new download...

Cheers,



From: "Jean-Yves"  
Date: Wed Jan 7, 2004  10:30 am 
Subject: Re: Midnight Flyer: Rendered Mountains  


--- In midnight@yahoogroups.com, "Petter Mackenzie"
 wrote:
> Jaz,
>
> The mountains look fantastic in their 3-d rendering! Can't wait for the
> new download...

Agree 100% :)

Is the plan to make all objects 3D over time?

And thanks for putting back the "Fly" option, that was my favourite
feature :D

Jean-Yves

 

From: "Jean-Yves"  
Date: Thu Mar 18, 2004  8:38 am 
Subject: Re: new Midnight Flyer  


Yes it works, and how! Excellent as ever, I love "flying" over midnight :)

Not checked all the options yet (like fighting etc), but movement
seems good. Will report back if I find any bugs.

Nice one Jaz :D



From: "Andrea Hawkins"  
Date: Thu Mar 18, 2004  3:24 pm 
Subject: RE: [midnight] new Midnight Flyer  


I have to admit that that is the first time I've ever been able to fly
around Midnight! Very Fun! *smile*

Andrea

 


From: "Peter Mackenzie"  
Date: Fri Mar 19, 2004  11:01 am 
Subject: Re: new Midnight Flyer  


I've already had a spin about, and it looks great! Love the mountains! 

 


From: "kevinstaden"  
Date: Mon Oct 4, 2004  5:21 pm 
Subject: Shhhhhhh...  


....ZZZZZZZzzzzzzzzz.............
Oh, sorry, nodded off there it was so quiet!

Thought in this apparent not a lot going on time, I'd pitch a few
questions:

Jaz: Midnight Flyer had some great screen shots, anything extra?

Time for bed said Zebadee!

Cheers,
Kevin