Yeah, I think KSA can't include that dll for some reason. Dunno why, but he's posted the link to it before ...
Ah, here it is ...http://www.dll-files.com/dllindex/dll-f ... l?d3dx9_34
It's gotta be in the same folder as AIGE.exe
Thanks! It's working now!
I'll edit this with my comments as I play :D
-That little pause in between selecting Turnabout Taco and the "start button" made me think AIGE had crashed! D:
-At the very beginning of the intro, it was kinda annoying having the textbox overlap the logo =\ It might've been better to have something like the top screen turn to black there... As in the intro, Ron's (I'm using PW names. I'm lazy) hands were going through the glass... ._.
-You need to fix Manny's opening lines.
: Do not disappoint me, my son...(or w/e it was)
: Or else.
-"My name is Damion Shard. I am a defense attorney." *gasp* I didn't know that! (all right, that gets my 1 sarcastic comment out of the way...)
-The profile and evidence pics are lq... is that just for me, or is that on all of them because of PWLib or something?
-Lol...2 families of prosecutors are rivals? That's gotta bite, since they can never face in court...
-That flip was quick, and...101 courtrooms?!!? O_O Holy moly, this place is crazy...
-Yay! Rumble!! ^_^ Now we just need some white flashes...
-So...remember that bug you had where the letters turned to white boxes? It's pretty much fixed. As the letters appear, the letters appear as boxes. But once the message finishes writing out it's okay. Just so you know.
-Hooray for skill and/or ineptitude!
-But...that's a knife! I could've cartoonized one for you...
-Patrick's profile is missing a "was" (...officer who WAS killed in...)...and why is Meson a defense attorney?!
-When Annette asks you if they taught you about cross-examinations in law school, you should be able to answer "yes" or "no" so you don't have to go through the tutorial if you don't want T_T
-And there's the white flash!
-How did whoeveritwas get the rolling pin from behind the counter, anyway? o.o
-...I get it! Wares is the criminal! He had and Quilla had rival taco stores, but Quilla won out, so Wares had to become a hot dog vendor! That's what happened, isn't it?
-Aww... aren't you going to make up new wrong present lines?
-...Kudo got an objection?!?!? ...crazy...
-On Meson's line "That explains why his fingerprints were on the murder weapon!" the blue line thingies are going the wrong way.
-A few lines after that, Meson says "He does need to." It should be "He doesN'T need to."
-Oh. So he was a foundier. I guess my theory was wrong after all...
(Although at least I was right that he was in the taco business!)
-Damon's line: "...unless their was tension..." should be "...unless THERE was tension..."
AWESOME!! Especially for a first case! I'll be honest: when I heard the name, I thought "Turnabout Taco" was going to be really stupid, but it was really good! Your style and humor was almost exactly like that in the real games, and you had good objections! (Bad objection = they randomly say something that contradicts the evidence for the purpose of having it be contradicted. Good objection = they say something that makes sense and that they would normally say that just happens to contradict the evidence.)
But, as awesome as Turnabout Taco was, I have to admit Cake and Turnabout was soooooooo much better. I mean, "Work in progress"? GENIUS!!!!!!!
btw, I hope Meson is the prosecutor in the climax case. I don't know if that's going to be case 10 or what, but it would be sooooo awesome to have the first prosecutor that you beat, who is on the side of truth (but doesn't baby you like Klavier >.>) be the prosecutor for the easiest and hardest case in the game.
Thank you for all of your comments, Bad Player. And also for catching my typos and other errors; I'll make sure to fix them.
Also, with Ron's hands going through the glass, should be fixed in PWLib 1.2 (it's a problem with screenery overlay).
will not be tazering all willy nilly. Only when he's bored.
EDIT: And, aha! You're wright about the speed lines going in the wrong direction.