I haven't taken the time to officially introduce myself yet, so I suppose I will now.
My name is J.C. Wigriff. If my website's bio is to be believed (a dubious presumption), I am a level 72 writer, guitarist, columnist, gamer, and alchemist, versed in the art of vernacular assaults, acrimony, and with a weakness for Cadbury Creme Eggs. I also excel at run-on sentences. And starting sentences with conjunctions. And sarcasm.
I have been gaming since about 1987, when I got my first NES. I have been daydreaming and fantasizing about making games ever since. I never thought I had the ability though, to be honest. I wasn't terribly proficient at programming due to a severe allergy to anything related to mathematics (I tend to break out in hives and my airway swells shut), and while I was fairly decent at drawing and art related things I never felt I was "good enough" to make anything worth a damn.
Getting old changes things though, and you tend to stop caring what other people think. You start farting in public, you sometimes wear your pajamas to the grocery store, or � in my case � make games in your spare time that other people will inevitably see.
With Construct 2 being my engine of choice, you will probably end up being my guinea pigs. Lucky you. :)