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    Default Badminton Championship Manager (PC Game)

    I wrote this game year ago, mainly for fun. 3 months ago, I try to spend sometime to do the clean up, and now is ready to share with you guy.

    Note: This is ONLY a management simulation games. not vitual 3D games.

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    http://www.badminton.ingame.org/

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    let me have a try out....

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    Quote Originally Posted by bcmmgr View Post
    I wrote this game year ago, mainly for fun. 3 months ago, I try to spend sometime to do the clean up, and now is ready to share with you guy.

    Note: This is ONLY a management simulation games. not vitual 3D games.

    Download link:
    http://www.badminton.ingame.org/
    As the title, after installing the software, the sqlite error msg pops up quite often.

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    Downloaded and installed... love the interface. You receive MASSIVE props for doing this yourself.

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    never mind, im stupid
    Last edited by jchan23; 07-25-2007 at 08:12 PM.

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    lets give this a try..

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    You did this alone? OMG, mad 1337 props to you, man!

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    what's a prop? i'm apparently not down with the lingo.

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    Props as in "kudos" or "credit" - "credit to you"

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    hey bcmmgr, interesting concept, i've played a couple of tournaments and it seems to work great. i have some questions/suggestions for you though:

    1) i know i shouldn't do it, but it's kinda easy to cheat and make my players superhuman, maybe incorporate some kinda skill points system where you get points for winning tournaments/getting to certain stages in tournaments, and using those points to boost your skills.

    2) how do i delete a tournament i've already played, basically start on a clean slate all over again?

    3) is it possible to do a select all players button or perhaps have some way to save an existing selection?

    sorry if any of these are already in your FAQ, i'm pretty bad at reading those and kinda like to try these things out myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamzz View Post
    hey bcmmgr, interesting concept, i've played a couple of tournaments and it seems to work great. i have some questions/suggestions for you though:

    1) i know i shouldn't do it, but it's kinda easy to cheat and make my players superhuman, maybe incorporate some kinda skill points system where you get points for winning tournaments/getting to certain stages in tournaments, and using those points to boost your skills.

    2) how do i delete a tournament i've already played, basically start on a clean slate all over again?

    3) is it possible to do a select all players button or perhaps have some way to save an existing selection?

    sorry if any of these are already in your FAQ, i'm pretty bad at reading those and kinda like to try these things out myself.
    Thanks for your feedback, will certainly include your suggestions into the next release. For the time being, if you need to restart in the clean slate all over again, please download bcm.db file from here:

    http://www.mediafire.com/?4lltmzysglm

    and repleace the one in c:\program files\badminton championship manager\bcm.db

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamzz View Post
    1) i know i shouldn't do it, but it's kinda easy to cheat and make my players superhuman, maybe incorporate some kinda skill points system where you get points for winning tournaments/getting to certain stages in tournaments, and using those points to boost your skills.
    That is, by all means, simply unrealistic.

    Players improve or deteriorate via training and environmental influence, not to mention the small slice of luck.

    The game, which I think is based on the concept of Football Manager from Sports Interactive, is a management simulation that puts you in charge of their training, contract, player interaction and ultimately the in-game tactics, not being the player itself. I don't remember seeing Li Mao handing out improvement points to LCW whenever he wins a game.

    Furthermore each player entity in the game should have a more-or-less an autonomous personality that mirrors their real life counterparts which would make it even more challenging to man-manage: criticise him and he might just go AWOL in protest, while the ones with stronger professionalism will accept it and work harder. He or she will react differently to different coaches and coaching methods, which is up to you to setup and monitor as a manager.

    Now that is managing a badminton team.

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    true, it's unrealistic, but effectively it's the easiest way i can think off to improve a player's stats rather than to build a whole new module to incorporate training. as to the other items such as player's attitudes and all that ... well ... that's another issue completely.

    Quote Originally Posted by wilfredlgf View Post
    That is, by all means, simply unrealistic.

    Players improve or deteriorate via training and environmental influence, not to mention the small slice of luck.

    The game, which I think is based on the concept of Football Manager from Sports Interactive, is a management simulation that puts you in charge of their training, contract, player interaction and ultimately the in-game tactics, not being the player itself. I don't remember seeing Li Mao handing out improvement points to LCW whenever he wins a game.

    Furthermore each player entity in the game should have a more-or-less an autonomous personality that mirrors their real life counterparts which would make it even more challenging to man-manage: criticise him and he might just go AWOL in protest, while the ones with stronger professionalism will accept it and work harder. He or she will react differently to different coaches and coaching methods, which is up to you to setup and monitor as a manager.

    Now that is managing a badminton team.

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    Player improvements are determined by the following (feel free to add):

    Current ability
    - how good are they at the moment
    - technical ability
    - physical ability

    Potential ability ie. natural talent
    - how good can they actually become
    - technical ability
    - physical ability

    Natural fitness
    - how quickly they recover from fatigue
    - how quickly they recover from injury
    - how much stamina they have
    - how old they are

    Mental attributes
    - how well they handle high stress conditions
    - how well they deal with criticism/mind games/praise
    - how determined they are in practice and game
    - how well they get along with others; team mates and coaches
    - how well they can adapt to foreign countries (tourney)
    - how much ambition do they harbour

    Coaching
    - how good are their trainers
    - how hard are they trained
    - what sort of training their trainers are good/emphasize on ie. fitness, technique, tactics
    - what sort of specialisation are their trainers good in ie. doubles, mixed doubles, singles
    - judgement of player ability
    - judgement of player potential
    - how well they can motivate the players
    - influence over players
    - level of determination
    - level of ambition

    Environment
    - playing conditions
    - playing opportunities
    - level of exposure
    - level of opponents

    Luck
    All that is going to be very difficult to summarise into a single distributable skill points system because they aren't mutually exclusive.

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    But then again, I forgot that he's doing this all by himself so, pardon me.

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    i just installed the game but i dunno how to change control from system to user, please help me

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    Quote Originally Posted by fd16n View Post
    i just installed the game but i dunno how to change control from system to user, please help me
    Take control your favorite player/pair
    - Expend the Player Tree
    - Click on the Event, for example Men Singles
    - Select your favorite player, double click on it, system will load up the player profile
    - Click on Edit button
    - In "Control Section", select "User"
    - Click on Save button, click on OK button

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