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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 11 months 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 11 months 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 11 months 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 11 months 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 11 months ago from web
            1. @scribus I am afraid my space-math just exploded.

              about 11 months ago from web