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  1. Would it be too much trouble to rebrand yourself under a new name? If you have a product that is almost ready to be released and a fan/customer following, a name means nothing right now.
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    StarCraft 2: Europe

    Oh, just realized you're on EU. I'm so very sorry.
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    StarCraft 2: Europe

    Husky is the man, and if you're a girl that's fine. Add me on friends: Name: InvictusTT Character code: 410 Any other gamedev'ers can add me, just make sure you let me know who you are when you add me.
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    Hoy es mi cumpleaños!

    Cuento fresco, hermano
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    How many of you have lied in your professional Resume?

    I wouldn't suggest lying on your resume; but, if you absolutely HAVE to lie, do it at the beginning of your career. You can get your foot in the door and update your resume with real, entry level jobs. If you're into taking risks, it's better to fail early rather than once you've established yourself. Most importantly, make sure to pick your battles wisely, and know when to call it quits. As I said before, I DO NOT suggest nor condone lying; however, there are many people who will. Make sure to weight the pros and cons before you make such a decision. Most of the time, it won't work out in your favor. Don't gamble with your real world reputation--you only get one shot.
  6. I take my time machine back a few days or months, and do research on existing companies before deciding on and becoming too attached to a name.
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    Order to Learn Software and Skills

    It seems as if you're trying to learn a broad set of skills. That is nice and all, but I would strongly suggest focusing in one area (art, programming, design, etc.). The jack of all trades is the master of none.
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    [web] Choosing database

    mySQL (http://www.mysql.com/) might be a good option. It is free, open source, and is used by real corporations. Check out http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MySQL it goes to explain what mySQL can do (which just so happens to meet your needs). [font=sans-serif][size=2]MySQL is used in some of the most frequently visited web sites on the Internet, including Flickr,[sup][7][/sup] Nokia.com,[sup][8][/sup] YouTube[sup][9][/sup] and as previously mentioned: Wikipedia,[sup][10][/sup] Google[sup][11][/sup] and Facebook.[sup][12][/sup][sup][13][/sup][/quote][/font] If you have any other questions let me know. I have experience with mySQL.
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    What is humanity going to do about race?

    What is humanity going to do about race?[/quote] Humanity will adapt. Those who can't accept multiculturalism will die out, and those who can integrate with others and/or adapt will live on and reproduce. It has nothing to do with race--it's about moving forward. And, OP, violence stems from extremists and inflammatory individuals such as yourself. You severely underestimate the power of man and have lost faith in humanity. If you feel the need to be inflammatory and irrational, then you can drift away as your kind will not stand the test of time.
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    Anyone play SC2? Ranking system review

    My solution would be to find an arranged team and do 2v2,3v3,4v4. You could probably drop over by teamliquid and find a few buddies. But in your current situation, you just have bad luck. You get lucky/unlucky sometimes. This doesn't happen as much when you rank up a bit. As it was stated before, SC2 is balanced against 1v1. 4v4 is all about shock and awe then transitioning into a strong defense (via offense) and building another army to shock and awe once more. And regarding the jerks, welcome to the internet.
  11. CEGUI is much better than it was a few years ago, that's why you may have heard bad reviews from, in internet/technology time, centuries ago (2006). CEGUI meets my needs fairly well. The best library for any purpose is one that meets YOUR needs.
  12. I've never really heard of Shiva or even used it, so I can't give you an honest recommendation between iTorque and Shiva; however, from experience, I've always enjoyed Torque's support over the years. By the way, Unity is great for a 2D game with 3D assets as there is a tutorial/documentation on such.
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    Tell me what you think of my music!

    Very nice. I'm impressed.
  14. Your expenses will be the following: 1. Buying a Mac (even with Unity/UDK, you NEED a Mac to push the game onto the App store. 2. iOS dev membership. This is $99 3. Any Engine Licenses ($400 for Unity iOS, $3000 UnityPro + iOS Pro, $99 iTorque 2D, $99 + Royalties for UDK) If you have a good friend with a Mac, you could probably ask to use his/her Mac to upload the App to the store. That will leave you more money for other expenses and you can develop on a Windows machine. As for learning Objective C, it's pretty easy. The documentation is fine and it's very similar to C++. Once you know one language, you know them all. It's just a matter of practice. I hope this helps. If you have any other questions just ask. EDIT: What I would do is use the Unity/UDK testing tools to emulate the device on your PC and create your app. This will save you having to buy a Mac until you finish the bulk of your project. You can use the "demo" to attract additional developers, investors, crowdfunding, etc.
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    The Donald has verified that Obama is an actual American

    Sarcasm? There are articles with more than decent evidence that the certificate was doctored.
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