Hmm, I will have faith, I think. His last post indicated that all was fine with the python implementation, so don't think his problem is running into walls. We shall see.
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Just logged in for the first time in ages. Glad to see things aren't as dire as expected. Glad to see Josh is still working on this and is on the up since his last KS update.
I realize I'm incredibly late on commentary for this story, but thought I might share some remarks. I enjoyed the imagery. The simple, yet vivid manner in which you describe everything is very well done. It puts you in that cracked seat of the narrator. The narrative itself was intriguing. An hones...
Heh heh. Hear, hear!Grumblesaur wrote:Relentless idealism is Josh's M.O.alpan wrote:This was fully expected months in advance. Good call. That the decision kills you on the inside speaks of relentless idealism
You mentioned life, the universe, and everything in one of your blog posts. If I told you WHY life, the universe, and everything REALLY, TRULY equals 42 (validated by the late Douglas Adams), would you allow me to give you $45 to retroactively get in on the Kickstarter Black Friday Beta tier? It's ...
Hahahahahahahahahahaha - shutup. D:DWMagus wrote:Edit: Probably should make a socially awkward penguin meme starring Jawden then.
Heh, sorry Sly.
Erm...awkward...I must be thinking of someone else...Slymodi wrote:I'm confused about this statementjawdan wrote:Sly, I'm amazed by how much you have improved your English skills since I last visited the forum. Well done!!
I'm a native speaker
I live in America ._.
...still, good work! xD
Here's what I propose: <snip> Very nice, well done. One thing you didn't address is HOW you salvage it. Maybe like mining, where your ship cuts and uninstalls intact weaponry and collects scrap metal over a certain period of time? Does the ship disappear after you do this? And I've suggested this b...