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  1. Sometimes I get cranky that my parents convinced me I would never be able to play video games professionally, but let's be honest, I wouldn't be pulling this kind of crap off anyway so https://youtu.be/Bgh30BiWG58

    about a month ago from web
    1. @scribus What do you mean ? that is just training, theorycrafting, theorytesting, and putting it into action.

      Also preparing about a month just for that event alone.

      The biggest problem with YOU doing it is that you might not love those games as much as they do.

      You know what CL4P-TP said in BL1... "I can see the code"

      about a month ago from web
      1. @drinkingpony Yeah, but I also don't have a strong enough competitive drive. I play games for fun, fun doesn't pay the bills. :p I mean, I know I could (on some of these; a lot I genuinely lack the reaction time or manual dexterity; oh, well), but ultimately I wouldn't, you know? Still druther just play for fun and make solo indie games of my own. Perhaps one day... And maybe even sooner than we think!

        about a month ago from web
        1. @scribus Build a competetive drive, and the rest will come.

          Including that solo indie game of your own.

          Not to push you a certain direction, but I really like space :D

          about a month ago from web
          1. @drinkingpony Let's see... I have plans for a time travel action platform puzzler, a top-down fantasy arena combat, a Pac-Man style maze game about gardening, and yeah, if I can swing it a space game kind of like The Guardian Legend where it's 50% space shooter and 50% top-down adventure and 50% maze exploration and 50% gigantic boss fights....

            about a month ago from web
            1. @scribus I am afraid my space-math just exploded.

              about a month ago from web