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Ensign 1 updates!

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Ensign 1 the upcoming indie game from Only Human Studios has released their latest weekly update to show off the new better looking explosions, you may also notice the ships cockpit has been completely re-done.

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Much, much better, the cockpit is fantastic can't wait to see more graphical improvements, they have a new model of the big capital ship on the way too...sounds like fun!

Currently on Desura for £3.25, considering how big this game is going to be once it has been completed it's a steal! Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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9 comments

Brandon Smith 20 Jun, 2012
Ooooh
Cheeseness 21 Jun, 2012
Muchly liking the new cockpit.

New explosions look great too.
Hamish 21 Jun, 2012
Seconded. ;)
Liam Dawe 21 Jun, 2012
Thirded...no wait i was first!

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Brandon Smith 21 Jun, 2012
How do you guys feel about having some wingmen to bark orders to in the game? I'd like to add in speech recognition as well, but I only know of the Microsoft SAPI for windows. Does anyone know of a good one that work on Linux and is fast enough to run in a game?

What about dialogue trees?
Cheeseness 23 Jun, 2012
I've played around with Simon a little. There's also Sphinx and Jasper, but none of them are complete systems on their own. Voice stuff on Linux is pretty immature (have a look into it though - it'd be pretty awesome).
Brandon Smith 23 Jun, 2012
Yea, that was kind of my assessment as well. Ah, I might have to keep the speech recognition Windows only for now until I can better look at Sphinx. I don't think anyone will care about it, I often think I'm the only one that likes seeing it in games, hah.
Cheeseness 23 Jun, 2012
Oops, Julius, not Jasper.

This page looks like it might have some possible avenues. I've only looked at the stuff listed as being open source. I haven't looked at anything in the *nix section.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_speech_recognition_software
Bumadar 26 Jun, 2012
sorry for being slow. getting a segmentation fault on 0.200 version from desura. now sure where you want the beta reports, here, desura or ?
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