Well, I do pretty much the same thing. All of the games I'm working on
are of some particular interest to me personally. If that wasn't the
case I wouldn't have continued working on them for this long. A
developer has to like what he's creating or there is no motivation to
make a decent game in the first place.
On 4/4/10, Jim Kitchen <j...@kitchensinc.net> wrote:
> Hi Phil,
> Yes, the Cavs are Cleveland's best sports team. Ironic then since I am not
> a fan and never listen to basketball, soccer or hockey. Give me NASCAR,
> football or baseball. And of course those are the games I have created,
> because I am into them. Not much fun to create games that one is not into.
> At least that is the way that it is for me. I play every game that I have
> ever created. That is also why I do not create games where there are
> puzzles to solve to play and finish the game. I mean what fun would that be
> for me to play? Guess that is pretty selfish of me to only create games
> that I am into and want to play. But that's the way that I am.
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