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Post » Tue Sep 04, 2012 2:17 am

Hey! So I've posted a few things here before, looking for help in my game, and I always get good results. BUT I think I would need someone I could easily turn to for questions, as I still have a lot of them.

My game is a platformer no brainer (literally), but there's a few things I can't still figure out. I'm mostly an animator and lack the logic of a programmer lol!
I have problems with sounds, enemy spawn points, enemy behavior, variable comparisons, etc. And sometimes, I feel that my game is always about to crash when I test it, so I don't know if I'm currently pushing it past its limits.

I'd like to sit down with someone (through Skype or something) with a good knowledge of Construct. I'm willing to pay too! :)
I would also take the occasion of asking your opinion about Construct 2. I think it has more potential in terms of publishing to many different platforms, but I also heard that it's still in development. Is it worth buying? Is it simpler than Construct Classic? Has it improved?
Thanks a bunch!
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Post » Tue Sep 04, 2012 4:24 am

All the best for your platformer game!
I wish I had the time (and Skype or something) to sit down and chat with you, but I definitely don't at the moment.

It is definitely worth buying. The price has increased a few times since it first became available. I only wish I had bought it earlier! Though I did pay more than some for my copy, I do not regret a cent.

So far I have won back more than I've spent on the license.
Infact, I initially used the free version to create a game for a small competition and used a portion of the prize money to buy the standard license.

So far I find C2 comes with many logically-good improvements and redesigns when compared to CC. It is still missing a lot of features which could hinder you in creating a DirectX standard graphical game or atleast make the effect you're going for harder to achieve.
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Post » Tue Sep 04, 2012 12:36 pm

I have my own projects right now and not so much of free time. But I can try to help you. PM me if you need something. Where can I take a look at your game btw?Wolod2012-09-04 12:37:08
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Post » Fri Sep 07, 2012 4:21 am

hit me up, i'm not an expert, but maybe i can help out.
cheers
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Post » Sat Sep 08, 2012 5:24 am

ok look at your PM's, superpowerjoe :) and thanks everyone.
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