The Official Introduce Yourself Thread

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Post » Fri Mar 16, 2012 4:03 am

Greetings men and women of the Construct 2 forum.
I am Phillip Redman, more likely known to none of you around the web as Philly Redsox. I has nothing to do with baseball. I heard about your program from Gamasutra and decided to d/l it. I've been wanting to make games for a long time but the programming hurdles have always kept me from really getting into it so when I saw your approach to it I was really taken with it. I want to say thanks and congratulate England on still being the coolest country ever. This is just another great thing in a long line of great things you have given us.

Top Gear, Monty Python, Rowan Atkinson, Balls of Steel, The English accent, Winston Churchill, and Steve Coogan just to name a few random great tings that I would list Construct 2 with.

Keep up the good work with making the program and I'll try to make something worthy of that list from the United States.

~philly
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Post » Fri Mar 16, 2012 3:21 pm

Hi, i'm new to C2 and i'm making my first game.
I'll do my best ^^

Love and regards from Italy,
Dado!
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Post » Fri Mar 16, 2012 5:07 pm

Hi there everyone!

I'm Terrato, I have the soul of a 15 year old and I LOVE videogames (yeah, I'm not addicted, I'm in love).

My favorite console is my NES, I still pull all nighters with it sometimes :P it's perfect... and I still gotta try to beat Battlekid...

I'm making my first serious game, at long last! I gathered two friends who share my interest and we're doing our best to produce a great and fun game, I hope to have a demo out soon to get some feedback from all of you.

All right, that's it, I guess...

Check out my stuff at www.lordterrato.deviantart.com :D

May the Force be with you all.
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Post » Sun Mar 18, 2012 10:41 am

Hi everyone
I'm new to construct 2
I usually program with c++ and visual basic. This is the first time i'm making a game for web. Construct 2 is a very good game engine. Hope to learn alot from this great community and create some good games.

Love from a guy from Thailand who lives in Shanghai :)
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Post » Mon Mar 19, 2012 9:39 am

Hi

My name is Dewaldt Steenkamp "xzalion" and I'm a gamedeveloper. You may follow us here xzaliongamesxzaliongames2012-05-31 08:42:02
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Post » Tue Mar 20, 2012 7:19 am

Hi my name is Ahmad, I am a front-end developer building websites using Joomla! and I am stepping into HTML5 new technologies. Hoping to spend some good time here :)
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Post » Tue Mar 20, 2012 3:40 pm

Hi, my name's Tony and I'm starting up Tonytown Inc, for computer animation and graphics. I've been trying to create a game for a while now and I've just deserted Adobe Flash for Construct, it's so much easier! I'm looking forward to learning a lot and getting my game up and running (and becoming filthy rich.... mwa-ha-haaaaa!)
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Post » Tue Mar 20, 2012 11:02 pm

Greetings, my name is Soma.

I enjoy making games as a hobby, I believe games should be reality+, add as much realism as possible considering the time, resources, and technical limitations, remove any bits of realism that make the game less fun, and add any unrealistic things that make it funner. I also do parkour as a hobby so games where I am weaker than I am in real life are mildly frustrating and frustratingly common, but often it is understandable at least.

I started using Construct 2 because I wanted to make a game for my friend's birthday. Unfortunately she has a macintosh, so I could not make an Exe*, so I turned to C2, because GM:H was rather expensive. So is C2 actually, but the free version almost was able to handle what I had in mind.

I actually completed it satisfactorily in C2, but unfortunately because it has 100 events I cannot export it.

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C2 is extremely easy to use, however it loses alot of points in my opinion for no easy frontend for scripting, also for the lack of a competent built in image editor.

Still very good, not good enough for me to spend 80 dollars on it without a good reason though.

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Edit: Since she is using a Mac she cannot run executables but is capable of running html5 content.Elouj2012-03-20 23:08:16
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Post » Wed Mar 21, 2012 2:04 am

Hi I'm Matt
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Post » Wed Mar 21, 2012 4:41 am

Greetings. Im Scott, I just grabbed the Demo Version of C2 and have been consuming the tutorial's. I have to admit my "deveopler" skills are a bit rusty, and I have the artistic talent of a small rock. But I can imagine myself being able to render some very entertaining stuff with this robust compiler. I look forward to working with you all, and not doubt will have MANY MANY questions. Lots of Luck, and get some sleep, the code always looks better in the AM !!
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