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Post » Sun Sep 04, 2011 9:31 pm

Hello, I am excited about the HTML5, particularly as I no longer like Flash much. I chanced upon this web site when looking for HTML game tutorials and here I am !

BTW: will you offer educational discounts, say for a games lesson group of 20 ?

Thank you.

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Post » Sun Sep 04, 2011 10:00 pm

Hi Luxgud,

For educational purposes we are open to the possibility of discounts. It's best if you contact us about this though and we can work out the details!

If you go to our contact page and drop me an email that would be best.

Thanks for the interest!
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Post » Wed Sep 07, 2011 1:35 am

Hi gang!

I'm a Game designer and budding journalist that posses a deep passion for the medium of games and gaming. I can design well enough but I am a complete idiot when it comes to programming and have found the Construct programs to be an enormously helpful tool as it eliminates many of the more irritating aspects of working on my own altogether.

It was Inkbot who convinced me to try it out so I owe him my thanks and a Sandwich.

Cheers!
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Post » Wed Sep 07, 2011 7:11 am

Hi!i'm really new to this game making...and tried this program, construct 2!it was very easy and helpful..but can anyone help me how to make platform games?!thanks...
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Post » Wed Sep 07, 2011 10:39 am

My name is Brock, and I'm a Sound + Software student from Australia. In my final semester, I've been given the project to prototype several games and test them (the user testing is the crucial part). I wanted to do html5 games (even though the sound support is still kind of dodgy), because of the speed of running them on a client machine, especially for test purposes.

I'd searched for about a week until I settled on Construct2, as I'd wanted to code a lot of it by hand. But this works because it's easier for my artist teammates to be able to use, and by God is it quick to build games from scratch? It's incredible.

So hopefully you guys should be able to see my prototypes soon, as I hope to get as many opinions on it as possible.
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Post » Wed Sep 07, 2011 7:49 pm

I am urled, i make game. Have use MMF & TGF in the past, but construct is much better. I like applications that are flexible and not hard coded.

i love the for and for each loop in construct.
That is a huge reason why I switched.
I also like the smoot resizing and features such as angle towards object and those!
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Post » Thu Sep 08, 2011 4:08 pm

New to HTML5. Got prior experience in building simple games using SilverLight.
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Post » Fri Sep 09, 2011 9:26 am

Hi folks,
I had my first contact to video games with atari coleco vision(in 1986 i guess).I`m into Grfx&Dsgn, 3D , Webdesign and building terrain for fantasy miniatures.I`m a toys-comics-games addict.

I`ve got 2 Questions :

- Is there a way to work with/import ".svg"- graphics within construction2 ? Couldn`t find it yet..
I think(i know)) it`s possible to change the graphics within the final html-code, but it would safe a lot of time to work with svg from the beginning .
     

- Where to get the additional content, which is mentioned for the standard version (e.g. more sounds & 2nd sprite pack)?
I first downloaded the free version, then paid for the standard edition the next day, got my key by email immediately,
added it to constrution2, restarted the prog....

Hope you can give me a hint,
so far// have a nice weekend
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Post » Fri Sep 09, 2011 9:36 am

[QUOTE=dformer] Where to get the additional content, which is mentioned for the standard version (e.g. more sounds & 2nd sprite pack)?[/QUOTE]

The link is in the confirmation email when a license is purchased, at least it was for me :)

Welcome to the board, BTW :)zenox982011-09-09 09:37:22
If your vision so exceeds your ability, then look to something closer.
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Post » Fri Sep 09, 2011 9:45 am

[QUOTE=zenox98] [QUOTE=dformer] Where to get the additional content, which is mentioned for the standard version (e.g. more sounds & 2nd sprite pack)?[/QUOTE]

The link is in the confirmation email when a license is purchased, at least it was for me :)

Welcome to the board, BTW :)[/QUOTE]

yeaah, that`s it..thnx zenox98
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