Wise words.If you make it, they will fap.
I heard you like aliases so I put an alias in your alias so you can alias while you alias.Also, if it's something you really want to do you don't need to publish it under your name or anything, use an alias and take the pressure off.
At first I was only going to post to the blog/site and then lurk here to see if anyone ever noticed, but I decided that would be way too unlikely.The best part about all this is that you posted in this section and on your blog; two places almost nobody would ever look.
No comment.I guess the most important thing to ask is: are you staying for a while?
The offer is appreciated but I find the process of collaboration to be astronomically harder and more stressful than just making a game.I actually run an adult games development server if you'd ever want to join; doing everything yourself can be a huge pain, but if you wanted to focus on just art or just programming or just designing/writing, I'm sure there would be lots of people on the server who would willingly team up with you to make games with you.
Sad days. I wanted to post there, too.I'm sure you might know already but your Newgrounds account has been hacked into several years back and your games have been "upgraded" with scam links.
Not only has linemarvel made a post, but Dark's making a non-moderator post outside h-games? This is truly a rare event indeed!
Don't stop us now. The moment of truth. We were born to make history.Nah, this thread ain't about me. It's about history.
If I have a problem with expectations and encouragement -- and I absolutely do, your armchair psychology is very accurate -- then it's 100% my problem and no one else should worry about it.[... back and forth...] ... sounds like somebody who doesn't want to be straddled with the expectations of others. And encouragement sounds awfully a lot like expectation.
That said, guys, I failed and disappeared for 10 years. How much harder do I have to try to kill your expectations?
LineMarvel is back he's gonna make the most amazing game evvvvverrrrrr.
I survived them. I think.Welcome back, I hope those 10 years were good on you.
I'm glad he (and a number of other people) kept the dream alive and replaced me. That took some of the burden off.This might be weird and out of place, but it's a random curiousity that popped into my head. I don't know how much you've looked into things either during your absence or afterwards, but if you are aware of koonsoft and the games he makes... I'm curious about your thoughts on that?