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Post » Wed Apr 08, 2015 8:11 pm

Hi,

BlueLizzardGames here. I used to create games using XNA/C#. I am not trying out Construct 2 to see if I can re-create some of my older successful titles

I have spent most of the day learning what is happening with Construct 2. It is going well, some nigly things I need to work out but so far it is smooth sailing.

Thanks for a great easy to use tool
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Post » Wed Apr 08, 2015 9:53 pm

Hi, I'm mrEkli / ACT Works. Was a long time user of Clickteam products for around 14 years. Then worked in Video Game QA. Now doing C2 work for a software company.
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Post » Wed Apr 08, 2015 10:54 pm

hi, i need to do new games
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Post » Thu Apr 09, 2015 12:45 am

I found out about this program from a "make a videogame" contest. I've enjoyed learning the program and dabbling about. I'm reading lots of tutorials and trying to find my inspiration. :)

I've enjoyed the Scirra store and shopping for assets (too much fun). I'm working up the nerve to purchase the full version of Construct 2, but haven't yet (when's the next sale? lol).

I hope one day to be able to contribute to the community in the form of a tutorial, demo game, or assets. We'll see!

Michelle
California, USA
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Post » Thu Apr 09, 2015 12:53 pm

G'day all, Mattrix here. I have a platform runner in the works and hopefully I'll be able to get it done some time soon.
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Post » Thu Apr 09, 2015 2:38 pm

Hi, I'm a game designer for a big company.
Although I worked on several AAA titles, I could never learn how to code stuff.
I'm really terrible at math and everything that involves abstract languages, and even if I tried everything, from Unreal Engine to Unity, I've always gave up on them.
But when I tried Construct I fell in love with it. It does more or less the same as other engines I've tried in the past but this time, he does it in human language. For the first time I felt like I could do a game on my own, from start to finish, and this is what I'll do, without having to rely to someone else as I normally do when I work.

I'm not leaving my job, of course, I love it, but I think this engine will definitively improve my personal skills and allow me to reach goals that my innate aversion to coding always kept too far from me.
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Post » Thu Apr 09, 2015 4:55 pm

Decided it was time to get serious with all this 3D modeling and game creation; went on shopping spree to buy pc/laptop/monitor workhorses. Now on to the tutorials to upgrade my brain with more intensive creativity............................Henry
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Post » Thu Apr 09, 2015 5:34 pm

Hello scirra! i'm an up coming programmer who's teamed with the artist Rockfire1022, are first game is in the making and we hope to have plenty of content in it!
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Post » Fri Apr 10, 2015 7:05 am

Hi Scirra.
I'm going to do my games.

Thank you for you program.
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Post » Fri Apr 10, 2015 8:00 am

Hello!
I am Robert, from Slovakia. I have a small mobile website where I run my little old/school games. I want to create better games so i decided to use Construct 2 (maybe C3 later on Mac).
I am happy to be here, there is a nice, helpful community.
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