The Official Introduce Yourself Thread

  • Hey there.

    A warm "hello world" from Tahiti.

    I've being using Construct2 for several month now, and I'm enjoying it pretty much.

    I work as a graphic designer and likes playing video games.

    Well that's pretty much to it.

    Gonna send Scirra a Postcard soon... lol

  • Hello!

    I'm Systems Analyst, also Programmer.

    The first thing I have to say is: "C2 is amazing!". It is a tool that inspires me, helps to put the ideas out of notepad and the result is the creation of one prototype per month.

    Next step is to create new behaviors and see how it work.

    So yes, I'm still dependent of an artist/graphics designer and composer/sound designer to finish a project, but it's another process.

    Hope to make new contacts here. <img src="smileys/smiley4.gif" border="0" align="middle" />

  • Hi all,

    My name is Djerri Nuijen

    I live in the Netherlands.

    I love games

    everthing about them

    creating and playing

    im here, what's up?

  • <font face="Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif">Hola </font> <img src="smileys/smiley9.gif" border="0" align="middle" /> My name is Khriztian and Im new to the Construct world, I am very Impressed with it, it seems very easy and useful! <img src="smileys/smiley12.gif" border="0" align="middle" />

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  • hi this game is fightenbe kurfull not to die and lose 55 carters

  • Hi there. I'm Jeremy Foster (aka codefoster) and I work at Microsoft. I'm pretty new to game development in Scirra, so be nice when I ask questions. My focus is Windows 8 apps using HTML/JS, so hopefully I can offer some help in that area.

  • Hello, I'm new to Construct 2, I hope I can use these forums find help and to try to help others when I believe I have the right knowledge :)

  • hello everyone,

    i like moonlit nights, cashews and rep points.

    that is all.

  • Hi every one Im Micro and Im interested in Augmented Reality.

    I hope that I have good time with you folks.

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  • Hello All.

    As a father of 2 I do not have a bunch of money to throw around, I have played with other engines like Unity, Game Salad, etc... but none of them got me to purchase. What attracted me to this product was the dirt cheap price, the commitment of the 2 guys who developed it, and the grass roots effort of the community of people using it to help each other and to help make the product better.

    Looking forward to making some artful games with this engine.

    -MLJ

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  • Yup, new guy here, just downloading the free version to try this out :) Usually I make music or draw stuff, but if this is as easy as it sounds, I might end up trying to create a few games, too.

    Also, I basically just created this post to say how much I like the forum design over here :)

  • I am gadahfi, here to have a supreme game designing experience and teach the youth from that experience!!!!

  • Hi all! I'm Dimitri.

    Some time ago I made a simple javascript game (http://dimitros.net/games/avoidthebug/) and I have always wanted to make another one.

    I am a software developer so I don't mind coding. Actually I prefer to understand everything I do in depth. But making my own game took a lot of time, especially since I had to fine-tune it for various browsers and devices and I am also doing my own artwork. And even after all of that effort, it's not like I produced a masterpiece <img src="smileys/smiley36.gif" border="0" align="middle" />

    So I've thought that maybe I should give a tool like Construct2 a shot. So far it looks like a very good choice. I was afraid that it would limit my flexibility to make things exactly the way I want them. That fear went away as soon as I saw the event system, not to mention the smooth animation and scrolling, resulting from the first tutorial in a few minutes. I wouldn't even be able to do anything like that without spending a couple of days working on the code! <img src="smileys/smiley18.gif" border="0" align="middle" />

    Happy game development everyone! <img src="smileys/smiley32.gif" border="0" align="middle" />

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