Making Games with LiveCode Blog?

JB sundown at pacifier.com
Mon Nov 4 15:37:50 CET 2013


I think there is good money potential in indie games and it would
be a boost for LiveCode if people are able to make them easy and
with the same professional look and feel that others have now.

-=>JB<=-


On Nov 4, 2013, at 3:50 AM, LiveCode Feeds <feed at smpcsupport.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> 
> I am thinking about starting a regular blog that will focus on making games with
> LiveCode. If I go ahead, it would be partially just for my own satisfaction.
> 
> But it will probably be more work than I imagine, and so I am wondering what
> level of interest there is? If there is lots then I am more likely to try and
> make it happen.
> 
> Note, the blog won't be about First Person Shooters, or the next Need For Speed
> clone as these do not play to the strengths of LiveCode.
> 
> More like "Indie" style games that keep things simple, to make them achievable.
> With graphics in 2D, (or 2.5D?) and a retro, classic feel. Hey, some may not use
> graphics (shock!) and be text based.
> 
> Are you interested in using LiveCode to make games?
> 
> I am just thinking about this, so any and all comments will be appreciated.
> Comments either way, whether "that's interesting", or "you'll be wasting your
> time" will be welcome and carefully tallied.
> 
> Scott.
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