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More emotion bubbles instead of just "Think" (T)

For fun and funny ways to express ourselves besides in chat, new emotion/emoticon bubble options besides "think" (T)! For example:
Happy (H) - happy face
Heart (?) - heart
Mad (M) - mad face
Sad (D) - sad face
Surprised (S) - surprised face
Wink (W) - winking face
Evil (V) - evil face
Kiss (K) - kiss
Grin (G) - grinning face
Embarrassed (E) - embarrassed face
Dot, dot, dot (?) - "..."
LOL (L) - laughing face
These are just bubble graphics, not edits to the actual animated worms. (I'm an artist and could always do it for free.)

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  • Rodent commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Embarrassed could be useful for me because I am often in that feeling after some of my turns :shy:
    Others I will still use in chat window for sure :P

  • wowwow commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I think That this bubble options would be better :
    Attack - a boom
    Kill - a small grave
    Megakill - 3 minigraves
    Go to Hide - a small house
    Want to plop somebody - a small sea
    Shot to oil barrels (a barrel with a sight on)
    I could draw them , anyway , we can use Worms Reloaded Sprites

  • KoreanRedDragon commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Teeworlds does it with a neat circular menu that you summon by pressing and holding down one key, which displays a pointer with which you can select any of the emotes. Either clicking on one or letting go of the key while hovering over one makes the little speech bubble with the image pop out.

    Screenshot: http://mac.softpedia.com/screenshots/9-3599_2.png

  • explorer09 commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    You can always leave your emotion on the chat window. I don't think this feature is -really- necessary.

    AFAIK, the "thought bubble" you mentioned wasn't originally meant to be used by players - it was for AIs to indicate they are thinking.

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