Construct 3 any news?

Post » Mon Feb 06, 2017 2:58 am

NotionGames wrote:@Sebastian bottom line is if $8/month is too much for you, there are many other tools for you to use. I'd like to think your time would be better used creating with one of those engines than spending it complaining about construct 3


You are making assumptions. $8/month is not too expensive for me. I'm against a company switching their business ethics and the subscription model. I invested a lot of time learning C2, I paid for the license 3 times because I wanted my friends to use it, and I was expecting C3 to have the same pricing model as C2. I seem to remember Ashley saying in a interview the price would probably be similar to C2. It's a moral issue for me.
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Post » Mon Feb 06, 2017 3:19 am

Sebastian wrote:
NotionGames wrote:@Sebastian bottom line is if $8/month is too much for you, there are many other tools for you to use. I'd like to think your time would be better used creating with one of those engines than spending it complaining about construct 3


You are making assumptions. $8/month is not too expensive for me. I'm against a company switching their business ethics and the subscription model. I invested a lot of time learning C2, I paid for the license 3 times because I wanted my friends to use it, and I was expecting C3 to have the same pricing model as C2. I seem to remember Ashley saying in a interview the price would probably be similar to C2. It's a moral issue for me.


it depends, I prefer to pay a year if I get a software that value that money (and every time improve) that paid one time and have the same problem as construct2...

ask everyone, if they prefer paid one time with the same problem of contruct2 or paid 1 time a year and have a software that works without any problem... you will see what will be the most answer
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Post » Mon Feb 06, 2017 3:24 am

Ribis wrote:
Sebastian wrote:
NotionGames wrote:@Sebastian bottom line is if $8/month is too much for you, there are many other tools for you to use. I'd like to think your time would be better used creating with one of those engines than spending it complaining about construct 3


You are making assumptions. $8/month is not too expensive for me. I'm against a company switching their business ethics and the subscription model. I invested a lot of time learning C2, I paid for the license 3 times because I wanted my friends to use it, and I was expecting C3 to have the same pricing model as C2. I seem to remember Ashley saying in a interview the price would probably be similar to C2. It's a moral issue for me.


it depends, I prefer to pay a year if I get a software that value that money (and every time improve) that paid one time and have the same problem as construct2...

ask everyone, if they prefer paid one time with the same problem of contruct2 or paid 1 time a year and have a software that works without any problem... you will see what will be the most answer


Sorry, I don't really follow what you are saying. What problem of Construct 2 are you referring to?
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Post » Mon Feb 06, 2017 3:26 am

Sebastian wrote:Sorry, I don't really follow what you are saying. What problem of Construct 2 are you referring to?


check the forum and you will see.
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Post » Mon Feb 06, 2017 3:27 am

Sebastian wrote: It's a moral issue for me.


If they were about to go out buisness, and they asked you to pay more so that they could keep the doors open would you agree to that?
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Post » Mon Feb 06, 2017 3:28 am

newt wrote:
Sebastian wrote: It's a moral issue for me.


If they were about to go out buisness, and they asked you to pay more so that they could keep the doors open would you agree to that?


Yes.

Edit: Within reason.
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Post » Mon Feb 06, 2017 3:31 am

Ribis wrote:
Sebastian wrote:Sorry, I don't really follow what you are saying. What problem of Construct 2 are you referring to?


check the forum and you will see.


Ugh... Check for what?
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Post » Mon Feb 06, 2017 3:34 am

Sebastian wrote:
newt wrote:
Sebastian wrote: It's a moral issue for me.


If they were about to go out buisness, and they asked you to pay more so that they could keep the doors open would you agree to that?


Yes.

Edit: Within reason.


They can't do that with the current license.
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Post » Mon Feb 06, 2017 3:39 am

Sebastian wrote:
Ribis wrote:
Sebastian wrote:Sorry, I don't really follow what you are saying. What problem of Construct 2 are you referring to?


check the forum and you will see.


Ugh... Check for what?


the general issues with the exporter options (and there are a lot...) that you have to use the third party, and one time works,and another times not.... and other stuff like that?

check the forum and you will see it...
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Post » Mon Feb 06, 2017 3:42 am

newt wrote:
They can't do that with the current license.


Do what?
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