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Dev Logs / Re: [Leeble Game Jam 2020] Behind the words
« Last post by Shine on April 04, 2020, 05:51:22 PM »
• Uploaded a slightly fixed version 0.2 to
It includes corrections of mostly minor things.
Also, I've uploaded builds for Linux and Mac, but haven't tested them yet. So no guarantees :)

• Studied how to localize games.
• Started to do the localization so that I can show this game to some friends :)
   ~50% done.
General Discussion / Re: What will I do during the CoViD-19 pandemic.
« Last post by DarthExo on April 01, 2020, 01:34:37 AM »
:towel:  Darth's Journal : Co-ViD 19 pandemic (In the MCO)

Hello and Greetings fella leebs. Darth here

It's been a while since I'm so busy during Movement Control Order, plus being a lazy bum xD. So here it is, I just skip to Day 14

So let's start..

Spoiler for Hiden:
Day 14, March 31th, 02:01:59 p.m. (Malaysia Time)

Our PM, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin announced the MCO extended from April 1 to April 14 due to case increased and some citizen doesn't aware about this situation. Also the PM announce the second phase of MCO (which is more controlled and tight security)

Plus there are few changes for the second phase of MCO are :

1. Groceries, and any convenience stores open at 8am and close at 7pm
2. Gas stations open at 6am and close at 10pm
3. Transport permanent station (such as bus terminal) starts at 6am and close at 10pm

That's all from me. Stay safe and #stayathome

General Discussion / Re: What will I do during the CoViD-19 pandemic.
« Last post by Nikrul on March 24, 2020, 02:45:26 AM »
A bit of an update here too

Firstly, some of you may already know that we have a strange political system in Belgium. Last time we changed gouvernment we broke the guiness book world record of the longest time without an acting gouvernement because after the election the different parties must make a coalition in order to achieve a certain amount of vote by adding those of the parties in the coalition. The parties have no time limit to do so and since the flemish extreme right is getting too many vote and nobody want them at the power the other parties get in endless discution.

Last time it took 541 days for them to find a coalition....

As of right now we are again in the same situation. The last gouvernement endend officialy the 29th of october 2019. Since then this previous government continue to officiate untill the new one is formed but with limited power of decision...

Since even the curent crisis was not able to force the parties to achieve a decision we started the covid19 situation with no governement in full exercise. They somehow recently managed to create a temporary emergency governement for 6 month... The extreme right Flemish parties are still trying to make all of this fail at the moment

That's to give you a rough idea of how absurd our situation is right now. And brace ourself because it just started.

In the last government Maggie De Block a former doctor (who I suspect is a slitheen  from Dr Who) was appointed to the ministry of health with the instructions of cuting the health budget as much as possible. She did it wonderfully, now there's no ill nor worker in health who does not hate her to the bones. Thanks to her we started the covid19 crisis with no stock of anything and no ways to produce what we need. Right now all hospital in Belgium are asking for private donations in order to buy new respirators...

Better, since the crisis started our dear Maggie who is still leading the ministry of health ordered a first batch of mask for the hospitals. The first batch was confiscated by a country in witch it transited for their own use (the country was not discosed at this point...) So she ordered a second batch... This second batch arrived here but it was not the proper masks... this former doctor actualy ordered masks made for CONSTRUCTION workers.... Recently a third batch finaly arrived and tadaaaaa there's mostly chirurgical mask and a pitifull amout of FFP2 masks (and no FFP3)

Since I posted 4 days ago we have 1486 new cases and 51 new death but thodays number are not yet available (so it's the numbers for 3 days) and we are still testing a verry small ammount of person.

The good news is that this week end the police started to give fines to everyone who was not respecting the lockdown and they gave a bunch so people are actualy starting to respect it more...

General Discussion / Re: What will I do during the CoViD-19 pandemic.
« Last post by DarthExo on March 22, 2020, 05:51:30 AM »
:towel:  Darth's Journal : Co-ViD 19 pandemic (In the CMO)

Hello fella leebs... Darth here just wanna the latest report cases of Co-ViD-19

Spoiler for Hiden:
Day 4, March 21th, 05:21:50 p.m. (Malaysia Time)

Total cases : 1183 people
Recovered : 95 people
Deaths : 9 people
Still active : 1085 people

Day 5, March 22th, 07:35:01 p.m. (Malaysia Time)

Total cases : 1306 people
Recovered : 139 people
Deaths : 10 people
Still active : 1157 people

That's all for yesterday and today's report. More updates later

Stay safe
General Discussion / Re: What will I do during the CoViD-19 pandemic.
« Last post by DarthExo on March 21, 2020, 05:22:07 PM »
:towel:  Darth's Journal : Co-ViD 19 pandemic (In the CMO)

Hello fella leebs.. Darth here and for today, I gotta go to hospital later to check if I got suspect of Co-ViD-19 'cuz I have an unknown symptoms in my body. I'll update everything after I went to hospital.

Stay safe
General Discussion / Re: What will I do during the CoViD-19 pandemic.
« Last post by DarthExo on March 20, 2020, 05:24:49 AM »
:towel:  Darth's Journal : Co-ViD 19 pandemic (In the CMO)

Now for the today's report.

Spoiler for Hiden:
Day Three, March 20th, 07:20:25 p.m. (Malaysia Time)

Before I start the report, I begin the new cases of Co-ViD-19

New cases

Total cases : 1030 people
Recovered : 87 people
Deaths : 2 people
Still active : 943 people

Now, the report for today.

The govt' will bring out the military personnel to cooperate with police during CMO starting this Sunday, March 22th 12:01:00 a.m. Strict action will be taken against people who disobey and do not obey the order.

But not just it..

Some of the essential services (such as supermarkets, groceries, convenience store) will close from 7pm til 7am due to CMO.

That's all for Day Three. I'll check the report for tomorrow.
Stay safe and don't go outside :)

General Discussion / Re: What will I do during the CoViD-19 pandemic.
« Last post by Nikrul on March 20, 2020, 04:00:17 AM »
Hi everyone, it's been a while since I posted here.

Here in Belgium we are in a state of half lockdown since wednesday 18 march.

We are ranked as the 12th country with the most cases with 2,257 cases today 462 new cases since yesterday 37 deaths 16 more than yesterdays but we are the smalest of these 12 countries...

-Most workers that can't work from home had to stop their jobs except or those within the food chain, those who work at hospitals, those who do deliveries and well too many exceptions if you ask me.
-Doctors can no longer receive anyone at all in their personal practice they do all they diagnostics by phone and deliver medical prescriptions and  absence notification by mail.
-We have a critical lack of medicinal supplies. P2 and P3 masks that are suposed to be changed between each treatment given to a patient in intensive care are on such shortage that medical personnel receive one per day instead (and that's only for intensive care, in the rest of the hospital it's one per week...)
-My girlfriend is kinesitherapist (she's actualy studying chinese traditional medicine to become an accupuncturist) and she may be called to work at the hospital soon since more and more of hour doctors, nurses and kinesitherapists are faling ill due to lack of proper masks and materials in general

I suppose it's more or less the same in other countries but our numbers are far from the reality since They do no test doctors anymore (because they tested them at first too many had to stop working because they were tested positive...) they do no test dead people to test from what they are dead either and they generaly do not test much because we just don't have enough of the testing materials.... A ton of people are sick but are not counted since not officialy tested and the number of untested death is also increasingly high...

Young people do not seem to realize the issue they keep on organizing bbq and parties at each other places...

There was such a rush in supermarket that the police had to intervene in some cases to separate people who were fighting over pasta or toilet paper (the two most sought product...)

Experts have said that we shoud start the peak of the epidemics in Belgium this weekend.

Personnaly I provide technical support for the VPN for some 12-15k federal worker of the ministry of finance so we are working crazily since the system was not meant to accept so many homeworker at once.

I'm very worried for my father who is a recovered pulmonary cancer patient :/

So yeah things don't look too good here.
General Discussion / Re: What will I do during the CoViD-19 pandemic.
« Last post by DarthExo on March 19, 2020, 11:08:58 PM »
 :towel:  Darth's Journal : Co-ViD 19 pandemic (In the CMO)

Now it's time for next day,
Spoiler for Hiden:
Day Two, March 19th, 05:27:25 p.m. (Malaysia Time)

Recent case in my country due to Co-ViD-19 pandemic

Total cases : 900 people
Recovered : 75 people
Deaths : 2 people
Still active : 823 people

For this report, our citizen's attitude still the same since Day One and Two. Being selfish and doesn't listen to the CMO

Just a short one. The latest case I'll send tonight around 8pm (Malaysia Time) 5am (PST)

General Discussion / Re: What will I do during the CoViD-19 pandemic.
« Last post by DarthExo on March 19, 2020, 10:14:11 PM »
Thanks for the questions @Unnamed. Just went to supermarket, there's a lot of panic buyer at my place, food stocks emptied. They also being selfish. -_-  And yeah everything like stocks, industrials became not stonks

Plus in the supermarket, so crowded like an apocalypse. It stills in RMO but they act like they on the lockdown -_-
General Discussion / Re: What will I do during the CoViD-19 pandemic.
« Last post by Unnamed on March 19, 2020, 06:00:15 PM »
Thanks, DarthExo! What other consequences do you experience over there? For example, do you see any notable change in the mood of people? Are they worried? Did they start to hoard goods? Are there notable economic aspects, like travel industries having a hard time or stocks falling?

Lots of things happened here in the last two days!

@ Hungary:
– Diagnosed cases increased to 58 (+8) by yesterday and 73 (+15, including a child) by today. Note how it increased almost to the double in just three days!
– Romanian and Bulgarian citizens are allowed to pass through the country from Austria to Romania every day from 21:00 to 5:00 CET. (This in an extension of the order from March 17 which originally intended to be a one-time occasion.) People passing through must follow a defined transit path / humanitarian corridor and can only stop at defined points. They get an „ONLY FOR TRANSIT” sticker on their vehicles and are being tracked on their way, they can't just wander off in the country.
– The Hungarian Military takes control of 71 key strategic companies (related to infrastructure, medical supplies, telecommunication, banks, etc.). For now, they don't take over the command of these companies, but they can do it anytime if there is a need.
– Loan repayments are suspended until the end of 2020: people who have trouble paying back their bank loans due to these difficult times are not required to pay.
– The national currency, Hungarian Forint (HUF) has reached its all time low (~360 HUF/EUR), but it was falling anyway, even before the virus.
– There is some temporary shortage of several goods because some hoarders are convinced this is the beginning of the Apocalypse and think it's a good idea to buy up all supplies of some specific products. This is unnecessary and detrimental to others as there is no shortage in food supply (neither it's expected in the future).
– Many citizens (ironically, mostly old people who are the most endangered by the disease) don't take the advice to stay at home seriously. They go out, crowd in front of shops or even band together like nothing's happening. Some students do the same.

@ Italy:
– Seems like no orders are stopping the spread of the virus. Despite Italians are not even allowed to leave their homes, the number of new cases per day are increasing.
– Today, Italy reported 5322 new infectees and 427 deaths. With this, they surpassed the cumulative death count of the entire Mainland China (3405 deaths compared to China's 3245).

@ Europe:
– Unsurprisingly, the Eurovision Song Contest, which would have been held in The Netherlands, is cancelled.

@ China:
– Hubei province (the starting point of the pandemic) has not registered any new local infectees today.
– All their new cases are imported (people detected positive while travelling there).
– 3 of China's new imported cases were Hungarians who were not detected/registered at home.
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