Hey! I'm collectively known as Rem by many of my close friends. I'm a 16 year old who has a few hobbies and wastes a lot of time (because I'm a major procrastinator haha.. woops). Some of my interests are drawing, playing games, watching anime/reading manga and watching my favourite Lets Players on youtube (plus editing my own AMVs etc for youtube). I also really love sleeping. And having free time to procrastinate. I equally love animals and my two cats are like my own metaphorical children (even though I don't really like actual children that much).
I found out about construct very recently, and it was via my college course; I'm doing Games Design and they've chosen to let us take a crack at Construct for 2D work. Pretty much only known about the program for a week and a bit. I'm practically a huge rookie to making games on my own, as I only ever used RPG Maker when I was tiny and even then never managed to finish a full game - but I'm hoping this will be a fun experience as I'm using different softwares for different game types throughout my course. So far Construct seems relatively easy to use, but me being a dimwit and a rookie on top of that, I still manage to get myself confused about a lot of the functions of the program - so I'm glad there's a forum we're able to post to and ask for help (I'm equally glad everyone seems rather friendly and willing to help)!
I've been intrigued by game making for a while because I enjoy playing games myself, and have done for majority of my life, which is what inevitably brought me to picking a Games Design course above others. Well, that and the fact I really like art and drawing, so I was looking forward to stuff like concept art and expanding my artistic horizons a bit more. I enjoy the art side of it the most, but making the actual structure of a game has always been something I've been vaguely interested in since I love actually playing the things so much.
I probably won't upload many games, if any at all, due to the fact I often drop projects part way through. I also tend to just not upload things like this in general and keep them for personal use. Other than occasional forum activity I doubt you'll see much else from me, though. OTL"
If it wasn't obvious by now, I like to type a lot and tend to have rather lengthy responses when prompted with stuff like this that could have a lot written about it! However I hope I can find out some new fun things whilst using Construct off and on for my course, and I wish everyone else luck on their game-making journeys as well. :)