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Wednesday, January 19, 2022 - 01:10

Sorry, I corrected my first post after you answered. But I will answer to your questions / points:

- I haven't made a lot of custom assets, more used and modified / tailored existing ones.
I think that all I've made for FARC by myself is on OGA. but I'm not 100% sure that all the surface/terrains maps are on it, and for the rest I don't know.
I will certainly check for it! It's like dusting some old shelves.

- For the code  I could certainly dump it in an archive, put it on my dropbox and sharing it. I'm not really motivated to set up a GitHub account for it. But I could share it, I have no problem for it, the code itself is entirely under GPLv3 since the start (2011).

- For the design documents, the whole stack isn't heavy (a bit less than 20MB) But I would want to include multiple .txt files with it, and I will have to pass a few hours to collect all the computerized notes I had for the game.
That would be a shame to not include the multiple notes I assembled (and somehow sorted by classifications) over all this time, who knows.

The docs themselves are in OpenOffice/LibreOffice format (ods, odt and odg ones), a few pdf and many .txt (ANSI) files.
The main design document has 553 pages, but many additional ods files addup to these pages too.
It's why that will be better to put all of them in a 7zip package, or maybe make classified (by fields of interest) packages.
In term of art, if you consider that 15-20% of French mixed with 75-80% of English in the main design document is a kind of one, yep that will be art in itself :))
That doesn't mean that many of these parts are exclusively French; but some of them are bilingual since the FARC app itself was localized in English and French.

Friday, April 3, 2020 - 13:27

Red Cross really? And people gives money to these "charities".

I'm sorry but the global retardation is at its peak. Let the people do. If these entities, with their pockets full of money, cries we will see.

At worst do like on Blendswap: w/ a interface element saying its fan art / used by corp, so the users know about it and take their own INFORMED choices!

Enough of f*ing policing. We are already starting to live into police States...

Wednesday, April 1, 2020 - 16:32

Trademarking simple shapes shouldn't even exists. But we live in a f*'d up human world that loves corporate police States.

My 2 cents that doesn't brings much to the debate.

Monday, July 1, 2019 - 16:30

Here's one of the screenshot with your icon on it.

I will certainly use and mix other ones of your pack, among other, for the icons of the regional weather effects.


Wednesday, June 5, 2019 - 11:43

"Please be aware that while all Images and Videos on Pixabay are free to use for commercial and non-commercial purposes, depicted items in the Images or Videos, such as identifiable people, logos, brands, etc. may be subject to additional copyrights, property rights, privacy rights, trademarks etc. and may require the consent of a third party or the license of these rights - particularly for commercial applications."

It's free but not free.

Doublespeak 1984 style.


Friday, May 31, 2019 - 23:28

I'm actually in the process to using the rainy (w/o Sun) in FAR Colony for region's rainfall.

You will be in the credits of the game in the next release, thanks!

Tuesday, December 18, 2018 - 01:13

Your are officially on the credits of FAR Colony (for the December 23rd snapshot release).

I using some of your work in the Knowledge Base:


Thanks again for your work!

Monday, November 19, 2018 - 23:11

Pretty nice! o.O

Saturday, November 10, 2018 - 22:09

@simranzenov   he put an info about it at the end of the post:


If you read down in the comments, BartK mentions a website where someone else is continuing and improving this collection, including SVG versions of the icons. Seems to be updated with new icons regularly. The website is Thanks go to BartK for finding this!"

Tuesday, October 30, 2018 - 23:28

I just tumbled to your project by looking at the Active Forums topic.

Great work!