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Post » Tue Jun 19, 2012 2:26 pm

Hi folks!

saw construct 2 a while back and been trying it on and off. I'm liking it a lot!
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Post » Wed Jun 20, 2012 4:45 am

I am new at this whole video game making thing. i would like to learn a lot from the Tutorials people wrote. i would like to really learn how you get paid and how you buy the graphics and backgrounds (i hope i don't sound dump). i have always wanted to make video games sent i was very young ( i am 14 now). and i love action, shooter, multiplayer games. and i always say "the harder the funner!"
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Post » Wed Jun 20, 2012 8:08 pm

Here's another new person! whee!

I'm embarking on an adventure to make games, so here's me trying out Construct.
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Post » Thu Jun 21, 2012 12:42 am

I would like to say "hi".

So, "hi".

I like games, art and humor.

Making a game includes all three and then some.

Have fun and laugh often! [<:o)] ParCutz2012-06-22 23:16:21
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Post » Thu Jun 21, 2012 3:09 am

I'm Auntie Val, and I'm a digital artist from Oregon. I wanted to learn js, so I tried out a few game tutorials on line. I discovered this program while hunting down game tutorials. I downloaded the free version a couple of weeks ago, and have been hopelessly addicted ever since. I absolutely love this program, yet I have a ton of unanswered questions. I finally came up for air long enough to sign into the forums. I've read most of the manual, tried out a handful of effects and followed Ashley's beginner tutorial. Using original artwork, and throwing in a few different actions, I was able to come up with the beginnings of a game.
If you want to check it out its over here...
I'm very right brained so alot of the coding goes straight over my head.
Anyway, I'll poke my nose in soon to see if I can get help with a little problem.
Oh, and thanks for creating this software it is simply awesome.
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Post » Thu Jun 21, 2012 6:38 am

Hello, everyone. I'm Joe, graphic artist, web-designer and new to the Scirra community. This place seems great, Construct 2 is a god-send. If anyone has any cool links, or just wants to drop me a line, feel free!
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Post » Thu Jun 21, 2012 9:30 am

Hello, everyone. I'm Patrick(pad) from Germany. I used to be a developer in java/java-script/php/perl/asp/c# and have a lot of experience with databases and project management.

I found this great program while i was developing my own javascript engine for my first mmo-project. After i looked up some features and tested a bit with construct i decided it had all i need (specially because i can write own plugins).

If you want to know anything, just contact me.

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Post » Thu Jun 21, 2012 3:20 pm

Hello all - I'm Neil, exactly one half of the game making duo known collectively as Rotary Gaming (

I've only just started using Construct 2 and have been really impressed with it's ease of use. A really cool piece of software.

I've just posted a little thread with our first demo/game test for a video production company I work for. Would love for you all to check it out and let us know what you think.

We're using Construct 2 to make 2d versions of the 3d games we make in another game engine. (

This should help get us some great game exposure and also make some pretty funky stuff.

Look forward to getting many great tips and chatting to you all.

Neil. Grimbarian2012-06-21 15:50:34
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Post » Fri Jun 22, 2012 1:35 am

Hi, I'm Zach.

Construct 2 is definitely impressive. Looking forward to seeing what I can manage to do with it.tzen2012-06-22 06:34:02
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Post » Fri Jun 22, 2012 1:37 pm

(A.K.A.:ProgrammingMaster, TheMaskedMagician, JSGames)
Great with Construct 2, Construct Classic, Gamemaker, Stencyl, JavaScript, HTML.
Open To Helping other w/ C2 Topics. Just PM me!
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