pinkemma95 karma2013-04-11 14:42:02 UTC
With great difficulty.
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pinkemma2 karma2013-07-06 19:11:22 UTC
I just want to thank you for Leisure Suit Larry.
I was 10 or 11 when I played it. being Norwegian I didn't understand most of it, so it was played with a dictionary in one hand and parents/uncles/aunts/grandparents in the other hand to explain words and meanings (although they dodged some parts...)
It truly helped develop my English and my love of videogames! I spent hours and hours trying to make my own click-and-point text adventures in Quick Basic.
Also, a question: Would you use kickstarter again? For remakes? For new IPs? Aside from not getting the full funding for the game through kickstarter, are you pleased with the process of kickstarting a game? (There's been some criticism by, and towards, other companies for failing to deliver, pressure by backers/themselves.)
pinkemma1 karma2013-06-18 16:24:10 UTC
How do you go about visualizing your tricks and the aesthetics of your videos? Do you base your visuals and locations around your tricks, or do you look at something (like, say, a tank) and base your trick around that?
And how often do you come up with something "new" (genuinely new or a new adaption of a trick.)
(Very big fan, love everything about your videos and your riding!)
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