Re: [Audyssey] Jim Kitchen's Baseball Pitches

2009-05-22 Thread Jim Kitchen
Hi Charles, Well I think that it would be cool to be able to create a game with players that learned and knew the other players tendencies and acted accordingly. Of course one would want the full 162 game baseball season with all of the teams and all of the players and what the heck the farm

Re: [Audyssey] Jim Kitchen's Baseball Pitches

2009-05-21 Thread tim kilgore
: [Audyssey] Jim Kitchen's Baseball Pitches Hi Ryan, I imagine that reality is somewhere in between. You know because besides allot of walks, allot of batters are called out watching strike three. Plus if everyone can see the pitches so well why do batters so often swing too early, too late, too

Re: [Audyssey] Jim Kitchen's Baseball Pitches

2009-05-21 Thread Charles Rivard
list gamers@audyssey.org Sent: Thursday, May 21, 2009 3:35 AM Subject: Re: [Audyssey] Jim Kitchen's Baseball Pitches Hey jim, is there a possible way, in a future release, to be able to direct the pitches instead of pressing just a number? Thanks Tim - Original Message - From: Jim

Re: [Audyssey] Jim Kitchen's Baseball Pitches

2009-05-21 Thread Jim Kitchen
Hi Tim, The thing is, the computer batter is a computer batter. So it isn't really going to matter if you direct the pitch or not. Well that is unless I keep track of each player / batters tendencies. And then of course I would need to do the same for each of the pitchers as well. So you

Re: [Audyssey] Jim Kitchen's Baseball Pitches

2009-05-21 Thread Charles Rivard
It would be a mess, wouldn't it. (grin) --- Shepherds are the best beasts. - Original Message - From: Jim Kitchen j...@kitchensinc.net To: tim kilgore Gamers@audyssey.org Sent: Thursday, May 21, 2009 1:45 PM Subject: Re: [Audyssey] Jim Kitchen's Baseball Pitches Hi Tim, The thing

Re: [Audyssey] Jim Kitchen's Baseball Pitches

2009-05-20 Thread Jim Kitchen
Hi Charles, Thank you, I'm glad that you like the way that the pitches work. I did practice up allot in the batting practice and if you are set on swing you can sometimes hit the key soon enough, at least enough to foul the pitch off. I think that is kind of like the real game like you said.

Re: [Audyssey] Jim Kitchen's Baseball Pitches

2009-05-20 Thread Ryan Strunk
I think this is a realistic part of the game. Good work, Jim. --- Shepherds are the best beasts. - Original Message - From: Jim Kitchen j...@kitchensinc.net To: Ryan Strunk Gamers@audyssey.org Sent: Tuesday, May 19, 2009 1:13 AM Subject: Re: [Audyssey] Jim Kitchen's Baseball Pitches Hi

Re: [Audyssey] Jim Kitchen's Baseball Pitches

2009-05-20 Thread Jim Kitchen
Hi Ryan, I imagine that reality is somewhere in between. You know because besides allot of walks, allot of batters are called out watching strike three. Plus if everyone can see the pitches so well why do batters so often swing too early, too late, too high, too low, at a pitch in the dirt

Re: [Audyssey] Jim Kitchen's Baseball Pitches

2009-05-19 Thread Jim Kitchen
Hi Ryan, You are totally correct about everything that you said about my baseball pitches. They are very very hard to hear if they are a strike or a ball. Personally I mostly swing at everything. I was afraid that if I made them much easier, people would just never swing and end up with

Re: [Audyssey] Jim Kitchen's Baseball Pitches

2009-05-19 Thread Charles Rivard
think this is a realistic part of the game. Good work, Jim. --- Shepherds are the best beasts. - Original Message - From: Jim Kitchen j...@kitchensinc.net To: Ryan Strunk Gamers@audyssey.org Sent: Tuesday, May 19, 2009 1:13 AM Subject: Re: [Audyssey] Jim Kitchen's Baseball Pitches Hi

Re: [Audyssey] Jim Kitchen's Baseball Pitches

2009-05-18 Thread Steve
Hi Ryan, I personally just swing, and if the timing is right you will at least foul the pitch off. Steve Walker - Original Message - From: Ryan Strunk ryan.str...@gmail.com To: 'Gamers Discussion list' gamers@audyssey.org Sent: Monday, May 18, 2009 9:34 PM Subject: [Audyssey] Jim