Suese

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  1. Obviously he just wants to know how to display 3D images on the screen.   Use an engine like Unity.
  2. I agree that this convention is tiresome,  but you have to be careful with radical ideas like this.   The evolution towards removing the NPC is definitely a result of the 'lazy gamer' who is used to the convention and just wants it to happen quicker with less thinking involved.   It's risky to add cerebral elements to mainstream-types of games,  you know,  parts where you have to think and be creative.  I think it's risk because most players just want to shut their brain OFF when they play games.  Thinking is a BAD THING to most people.    We as indy developers are enticed by cerebral experiences,  but mainstream gamers really aren't.   The mainstream wants easy gratification,  and addiction badges that prove they have less of a life than everyone else and are therefore somehow better people.   I agree it would be a great idea,  but my instinct tells me that anything I think would be great is something  the mainstream just won't dig.
  3. http://danmckinnon.net/retrocard/?id=13 http://danmckinnon.net/retrocard/?id=10
  4. So I'm making a pet project from like,  20 years ago...   Lots of people might remember HyperCard from the 80's.  It was a programming / paint tool,  kind of like an Adobe Flash of the 80's,  only a lot cooler than flash because it came first and it kicked ass and was really easy to use a 6 year old could do it.   Anyhow,  my project is heavily inspired by my experience as a kid, playing with HyperCard and learning to program.   It's hard to explain what it is.  It's a game,  a paint program, a programming tool, and a collaborative point-and-click adventure all in one.  The game itself is programmed by the very players who play it.    Well, that's the idea behind it anyway...     So I'm wondering who wants to be a alpha/beta tester?  Help me find bugs and stuff.     I have a working version,  it's definitely not finished,  but here it is anyway...   Visit  http://danmckinnon.net/retrocard/?id=1 to check it out so far.     let me know what you guys think,   thanks everyone