Hi,
Grin. Spoken like a true game developer. That often happens to me as
well. I spend 99% of my time with the games I am working on so I
better like them or there isn't much point in programming them. So in
that aspect I guess while I am working on them they are my favorite
too.


On 10/24/08, Jim Kitchen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi Katie,
>
> My favorite computer game is usually the one that I am developing at the
> time.  Right now though I am sort of in between developing games.  To kill a
> few minutes I play Master Mind, Hangman or spanker.  Mostly though I am just
> in the mood for different games all the time. and thus play different games.
>  I have to say though that they are mostly my free games.
>
> BFN
>
>      Jim
>
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