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I've been thinking about this for a while, because I can't afford a licence but I really wanna make a good game for the scirra community to love and enjoy! I was wondering if my game would be any less popular or worse because of not having the license, as I was feeling bad about not having what was needed! Please help!
Yes, two events, perhaps less.
Oh thanks, do you think its worth it? I mean the C2 licence
Sure. More people played it than No Man's Sky.
You seems in desperate need of a licence.
Construct 2 free version can be used for developing games. Your layer and event options are limited, however I followed Udemy courses about Construct 2 where only the free version would do.
Think about a good game idea which can work. Work that idea out and just bring it to life with the free version of Construct 2. Mission accomplished!
A good game is not defined by the license you have. If you can create your project between the limitations of the free license, you can make a good free (no commercializing in the free edition) game.
Totally possible, if you know what you are doing. Seeing as how you are asking, you probably won't be able to. I suggest you make simple games first, Pong as said above, Frogger, Space Invaders, etc.
Then see how you feel after making those games.
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Sure you can...I don't think Flappy Bird is the most complex game in the world.
And why can't you afford a license? If you can afford a computer (if you are using your own) I'm pretty sure you can hustle up the $$$ for a license doing odd-jobs and what not.