It is late here, but I just wanted to drop you a quick e-mail saying
that I think you are off to a great start. Your menu design is
brilliant, sounds extremely user friendly, and the music you have for
the audio demo sounds impressive as well. As a fellow game developer I
just want to give you a big pat on the back, thumbs up, etc. In other
words, "good job."
As for your English don't worry about it. I think you handled the
language very well. I've heard much worse from fellow Americans, some of
them in college, that didn't do as well as you did in your demo. If it
makes you feel better there are some areas in America where poor English
grammar is quite common. Some people grow up in racial or regional areas
that have a slang that horrifies English teachers all over the world. Grin.
For example, my grandma was born in the south, raised in the south, and
said a lot of words phonetically and grammatically wrong. Instead of
saying she was going to wash the close she'd say she had to worsh her
close. Instead of calling a creek a creak she'd call it a crick. Instead
of calling a fish a fish she'd call it a feesh. You get the idea. My
grandma wasn't stupid by any means, actually was quite smart, but she
just grew up around people who talked that way, and ended up saying
words in a way that was phonetically and grammatically wrong. Sometimes
I didn't know to laugh at it or try and correct her.
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