Hi Shaun,

Yes, but the general quality of those games have gone down. What i
mean by that is now that BGT has been released a lot of new game
developers are trying to produce games, but a lot of what I've seen
from them are a bunch of amateur practice games. Nothing really
skillfully written which is to be expected from people just starting
out. I'm not saying this to be negative, rude, etc but I think that
some of the new amateur games should have been simply private affairs
rather than public releases since they are proof of concepts rather
than games. I won't name names or their projects as I don't want to
hurt anyones feelings, but I think some of the new BGT developers
should wait until they have enough skills under their belt to produce
something a little more complete I guess is the word for it.

HTH


On 5/18/11, shaun everiss <sm.ever...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Well what I have seen is  That with the event of bgt, a load of teams
> have started.
> Loads of indipendant teams  mainly opensource hackers have released
> loads of stuff.
> The language is sertainly versitile.
> This along with those that have started in python and with the games
> from game madness, apron, etc have probably releaved preasure from
> the main companies which I am happy.

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