Am I Doing Something Wrong?

  • Well I know I'm 14 but why are you not taking seriously? I'm always trying to contribute to the Scirra community by giving away capxs , making tutorials and asking if you need one, but nobody even care for writing a reply or something

    I'm feeling neglected by my community

    I want to ask all the people I know in Scirra like Kyatric Jayjay Tetriser DUTOIT and more friends I have in Scirra: Am I doing something wrong? and if so, what is it?

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  • This topic is the typical type of wrong topics you post.

    Unrequested notice at random people, demanding replies and attention, again. It's not the first time your make this kind of topics.

    Go back to the previous ones of the same sort as the answer was already there.

    Sending unrequested PMs is also something wrong.

    Basically demanding and seeking attention is just the wrong way of doing. Considering us "YOUR" community is wrong. Rather consider yourself a member of "THE" community is an healthier way of seeing things. And this change of perspective might help you feeling better about yourself ?

    If you have a meaningful contribution, people will command it. If people don't, maybe your contribution is not that worthy.

    But contributing expecting something in return is perhaps not the best way to go. No one forces you to contribute, if you don't feel rewarded for it, just stop. There is no obligation.

    Basicaly, you're still a kid, you need to grow up.

    It's not meant as a critic, just an observation. As a youngster it is hard to understand, I know, I've been there.

    And once you've grown up, you get it.

    Not much else to say.

  • I think you have great effort and enthusiasm, but should apply it more to making games until people start reaching out to you. It might take a while, but your games will be something great to show future teachers and employers as well. If you have trouble with the art, don't be afraid to use temporary images from the web or from http://opengameart.org/ <img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_e_smile.gif" alt=":)" title="Smile">

  • I said nothing.

  • What Kyatric said...

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