hi Charles,
smile. Thanks for sticking up for us game developers. here is a big thumbs up. You are right on the money with this message


Charles Rivard wrote:
If you're just dying to play a game, and cannot wait, develop it yourself after the necessary instruction and learning and buying of any necessary software and hardware to do the job. You just might find yourself as a developer in the slowly growing number of them. You might, or might not, make money doing it. You might find that you enjoy playing the games you develop. Then again, you might get darned tired of always answering the questions that you used to always ask developers who weren't producing games you wanted or updating ones you already have in a time that satisfies you. At least, one thing's for sure: You'll understand both sides of the issue of game production..

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