Exactly. No piece of software is 100% bug free. There is always
something that slips through the cracks no matter how much you beta
test it to death, and every system is different and performance will
very based on that system. The most a developer can do is insure it
works correctly on most of the test machines before releasing.
On 6/16/11, dark <d...@xgam.org> wrote:
> Hmmm william, I'm a litle confused about what you mean "not tested with
> blind gamers"
> Firstly, all the demos and subsequent bugfix demos have been tested by
> players on audiogames.net.
> Secondly, sinse the game is entirely sound based, how could it not be "for
> blind gamers?"
> As regards bugs, well this is just the way whenever any piece of software
> has a first major release simply becuase however much testing you do, you
> can't account for every variation on everyone's system.
> It happened with Q9 I believe, and it certainly happened with rail racer.
> this is however just part of downloading and playing independently developed
> software, (it's by no means specific to games and by no means specif to
> audio games either), and really is something that I think most developers
> Beware the grue!
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