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Re: The End

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BFett wrote:
Sat Nov 16, 2019 6:25 pm
I wouldn't mind seeing your list of what LT 1.0 should have been. I have my ideas too.
Flatfingers wrote:
Sun Nov 17, 2019 2:55 am
nickgreyden, this is exactly the kind of specific outline I'd like to see suggested.

To keep this thread dedicated to comments specifically about the end of Josh's Limit Theory, could I persuade you to repost your suggested list of features to the new "In My Limit Theory..." topic?
Posted in the new topic.
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Re: The End

#409
I'm sure it's buried in one of these threads somewhere, but does anyone know what hurdles are preventing the code from being ready to share? There appear to be a lot of developers in the kickstarter; why not post the code to GitHub and let people poke around? Who knows, maybe the game will grow and flourish?
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Re: The End

#410
sum1els wrote:
Sun Dec 08, 2019 3:20 am
I'm sure it's buried in one of these threads somewhere, but does anyone know what hurdles are preventing the code from being ready to share? There appear to be a lot of developers in the kickstarter; why not post the code to GitHub and let people poke around? Who knows, maybe the game will grow and flourish?
Josh is the hurdle at this stage.
He is a perfectionist, and we love him.
Most likely, he is attempting to tidy up the code to be in a usable fashion so that anyone can press "play" and get to see it run.
Then again, if it was me, I'd happily take a break from the code, and take a holiday.
Granted, it's going over a year since Josh said he would release it, but to be fair, the project is cancelled, and there is nothing forcing Josh to achieve this.
Personally, I like this forum and the people on here, and it's nice to say Hi once in a while, and wonder what the squirrels have been doing lately.. oh, and trains!
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YAY PYTHON \o/

In Josh We Trust
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Re: The End

#411
True, true. But, at the same time, I feel that a year's worth of energy and enthusiasm have been squandered. Concerning the code clean up, would a handful of fans been more effective than Josh's part-time/post burn-out efforts? We'll never know, but hey, some of us are still here. :D

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