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Post » Tue Apr 23, 2013 4:21 pm

Hello, I am from Norway. I bought Construct 2 for some weeks ago, and I am very happy. I focus on making more games with Construct 2 in the future.
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Post » Tue Apr 23, 2013 10:54 pm

Hello! I'm max, but you can call me whatever the heck you want, (it's an expression, "Whatever the heck you want" would be a rather long title don't you think?) and I love parenthetical remarks (did you guess that already?). I'm currently using construct classic because I'm bankrupt and no-one will hire a 14-year old (can't imagine why). I'm currently learning Java, and I already know some VB. Also, you might be able to tell, but I'm an American, don't judge me >.>
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Post » Wed Apr 24, 2013 1:22 am

Hi all, Larry here. Kinda burnt out from working as a programmer at a large company (which will not be named), and so am looking to go into work for myself. Construct looks like a great tool so here I am =) I'm about to take the plunge into the ridiculous amount of tutorials, so hopefully I'll be able to ask non-noob questions after coming back for air.
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Post » Wed Apr 24, 2013 2:36 am

Hi, Peter Shanks here (a.k.a. botheredbybees... don't ask, it's a long story, and not all that exciting)

I've been a pretty keen computer gamer for a long time (hint: started with a brand new Apple II) - including a stint as a video game store owner (where I ran a small museum of consoles and games), and taking a computer gaming subject at Charles Sturt University.

Mostly I work as a programmer but I also do a bit of teaching (web development and programming) and when I heard about Construct 2 I thought I'd look into it as something my students might enjoy (and as something that might be useful for creating some engaging content myself). So far I haven't been disappointed, other than the fact that I had to find a computer running windows to use it (I mostly use Linux in my day to day work. I think I'll load it into a virtual machine if it finds a place in my permanent toolset)botheredbybees2013-04-24 02:37:40
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Post » Wed Apr 24, 2013 4:53 pm

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Post » Thu Apr 25, 2013 2:27 pm

Hey,I'm Sarah or OrangeKoala.

I've been piddling with a small group of friends on game things and thought it would be in my best interest to explore other engines than the one we were using.

Since I am a web designer first, the fact Construct uses HTML5 interests me. This could be something I get along with very well.
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Post » Thu Apr 25, 2013 6:24 pm

Hi everyone ... let me introduce my self . i am Ibnu, 19 years old from Indonesia . Now ,. i was trying make a mobile game about Wayang from Indonesia. please help me if i have problem with my game. and sorry for my bad english ..

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Post » Thu Apr 25, 2013 8:55 pm

Hi guys! I'm Eduardo from Brazil and I'm dreaming about get into game design/development. Since it is my birthday today I decided to buy the individual license as a gift for myself...lol.

Let's hope I can make my dream come true!!!
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Post » Thu Apr 25, 2013 9:05 pm

Hi, I'm a first year game design student. I am trying to create a Memory/Puzzle game using a 2D top-down grid with colored boxes (perhaps 8x8 or 16x16).

I would like to create a 'layer' or an area on the screen where a 2D single outlined image of geometrical shapes(like a triangle and circle or three or more pieces outlined in a pattern) can be displayed outside of the grid area.

The objective is to click 2 squares per attempt to uncover the correct squares and match the patterns.
This would done with a time-clock set to a certain number.

Does anyone have any suggestions?

Thanks
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Post » Fri Apr 26, 2013 6:42 am

Hi! Like many of you, I'm an aspiring game developer. I enjoy "hardcore" games and I hope to make one myself. (I've been wanting to make games ever since I started playing them as a kid. The closest I got was a text-based fighting game I wrote in BASIC.)

I already know a bit of programming but I got into game development through GameMaker Studio. After trying out C2 though, I felt instantly more comfortable and at-home, and I knew right away that I was one step closer to releasing my first ever completed game.

My favorite kinds of games are those that have challenging mechanics and levels that reward exploration. I also appreciate emergent gameplay vs. scripted events. And I gravitate towards games that have unique and unexpected themes, characters and environments. I hope to incorporate these elements in some way to my own games in the future.

Anyway, good to luck to us all and I'll see you guys in the forums.evoker2013-04-26 14:02:06
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