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Re: Where to be notified about code release, and any fan-based projects to bring LT-like games to life using code?

I, like many I suspect, wouldn't really know what to do with the code if we had it. But I think in this case it's the principal of the thing. We who backed this project did so with the best of intentions and with certain expectations. On those grounds I want that code, no matter how "jank" it may or...

Re: The State of Limit Theory Development, 2017 Edition!

It's great to hear back from you Josh and thank you for the very in-depth look at the last 2 years you have had. I look forward to reading these new dev. logs of yours, the majority of which will likely go over my head as a non-programmner but I will read them thoroughly nonetheless. Good luck with ...

Re: The General Unhappiness Thread

Indeed. Failing to see anything delusional here. Put the source code in the hands of a 1000+ developers and you have a much better chance of something viable being released than one who has all but disappeared of the face of the Earth. Out of that 1000 just one has to succeed and release something h...

Re: The General Unhappiness Thread

Yes, all open source software is a myth Nice strawman. If even Josh had to rewrite this unfinished piece of software several times, what makes you think a bunch of random strangers on the internet could do better? It doesn't have to be better specifically. Although it might be fair argument to sugg...

Re: The General Unhappiness Thread

Not sure if this has been discussed over the last few years but, as an ultimate outcome: Game is never delivered but Josh, having got his money from the Kickstarter, hands over the existing source code to the community to do with it what they will. At that point it will have been all for naught, Jos...

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