Little Man [v0.5]
Little Man (+18) v0.5 MODRequirements: 4.4+Overview: A man with a poor childhood tries his best to overcome and forget, but nightmares pursue them, and he feels he needs to do something, by finding an artifact that will give him a chance to fix his life and bring him a lot of fun
Little Man [v0.5]
It's finally ready! I'm hoping the wait ends up being worth it and that all of you will enjoy the content. Nevertheless thank you for your patience and I'll make sure to do better in the future.Unfortunately old saves do not work but there is a little bit of extra dialogue and rewritten lines in the previous chapters and the whole game has music and sound effects now.I'll update this post with a changelog soon but now without further ado please enjoy the game!
Each of the examples illustrated in this document make direct use of theNode.js and V8 APIs for implementing Addons. It is important to understandthat the V8 API can, and has, changed dramatically from one V8 release to thenext (and one major Node.js release to the next). With each change, Addons mayneed to be updated and recompiled in order to continue functioning. The Node.jsrelease schedule is designed to minimize the frequency and impact of suchchanges but there is little that Node.js can do currently to ensure stabilityof the V8 APIs.
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Writes value to the Buffer at the specified offset with specified endianformat (writeFloatBE() writes big endian, writeFloatLE() writes littleendian). Behavior is unspecified if value is anything other than a 32-bitfloat.
Writes value to the Buffer at the specified offset with specified endianformat (writeUInt16BE() writes big endian, writeUInt16LE() writes littleendian). The value must be a valid unsigned 16-bit integer.
Writes value to the Buffer at the specified offset with specified endianformat (writeUInt32BE() writes big endian, writeUInt32LE() writes littleendian). The value must be a valid unsigned 32-bit integer.
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