uDG: who's in, who's out, who's in doubt.

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Post: #16
I am in depending on A) whether I can complete a laundry list of features for my compiler and B) whether I get into college.

It's not magic, it's Ruby.
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Moderator
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Joined: 2002.09
Post: #17
Atomicon, I notice you are sponsoring a prize for the contest. Thanks for that!

Measure twice, cut once, curse three or four times.
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Nibbie
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Joined: 2008.04
Post: #18
I'll see if I can spare the time and make something slightly more reasonable this year.
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Nibbie
Posts: 1
Joined: 2008.12
Post: #19
I suppose I'm a newbie around here, but I'm in! This is the first game I'm going to totally complete and release to the world, and though I've done a lot of programming I've never really made a full, awesome game. And that's what I'm setting out to do. Should be an interesting 3 months...
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Joined: 2003.03
Post: #20
After the drought of contests lately, I can't help but be in. 3 months seems like ample time to make something not suck.

"Yes, well, that's the sort of blinkered, Philistine pig-ignorance I've come to expect from you non-creative garbage."
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Apprentice
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Joined: 2006.07
Post: #21
MattDiamond Wrote:Atomicon, I notice you are sponsoring a prize for the contest. Thanks for that!

You're welcome! Now you just have to win it.
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Moderator
Posts: 384
Joined: 2002.08
Post: #22
Don't think I'll be able to make it, due to the iPhone app development and my day job taking up most of my spare time. Wish I could try... iPhone apps are not legitimate entries, correct?

KB Productions, Car Care for iPhone/iPod Touch
@karlbecker_com
All too often, art is simply the loss of practicality.
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Joined: 2007.09
Post: #23
I'm in; If I have something working by January 2.

- Lincoln Green
http://www.binkworks.com/
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Apprentice
Posts: 17
Joined: 2008.04
Post: #24
In, all things willing. The only things I'm sure of are it'll be SDL/OpenAL (maybe OpenGL), and I've got $10 in a paypal account for the registration. The rest I've got to figure out.
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Founder
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Joined: 2002.04
Post: #25
Andrew and Matt, the community needs the both of you to be in uDevGames 2008.
You guys provide the thinking gamer's entries each year.

Carlos A. Camacho,
Founder
iDevGames
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Apprentice
Posts: 17
Joined: 2008.01
Post: #26
Having played almost every entry through 2004 and following every contest back then, I might have to enter for the first time this year... I have an idea, let's see how it pans out, it seems I never complete projects anymore.

Java is still allowed, right? The rule regarding Rosetta confused me, it seems odd that Python and Java, which are bundled with 10.5, do very similar things to Rosetta, but at a higher level...
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Luminary
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Post: #27
Yes, Java is allowed. The Rosetta rule was intended to prevent people writing code for other OSes, not in "other" languages.
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Post: #28
Carlos Camacho Wrote:Andrew and Matt, the community needs the both of you to be in uDevGames 2008.
You guys provide the thinking gamer's entries each year.

Now if you are attracting the thinking voters then I may be persuaded Wink
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Apprentice
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Joined: 2008.01
Post: #29
In, diary and coding started Smile
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Moderator
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Joined: 2003.07
Post: #30
I'm in... after finals are over that is. Wednesday is my start date.

-CarbonX
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