Sometimes the idea behind the game isn't properly thought through. If an idea makes sense, it can most likely be programmed with more or less effort. It's true, some things aren't worth the effort to program, but it is a trade off between time, effort and what you want to do.
dark wrote:
hi Tom.

It's just this is something which comes up a lot from various people, ---- including me. who have wild ideas about games and perhaps not enough forthought behind them as to whether they would be possible with current techniques, current sounds or whatever.

that's why a good and working knolidge of at least what is possible is needed even before you start considdering contracts etc.

Beware the gRue!


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