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Hey, it's against board rules to excessively post about your game. I have locked the duplicate threads.
For updates in the future, please use the devlogs feature instead of opening new topics. Thanks!
Oh definitely, this resonates with me. A year ago I started development on my game and the first two months went really good, I had a good routine and the progress was very noticeable. But as soon as my college lectures started again, I began working less and less on it, and by the time it was exam period - I barely even touched the game. Then came various life things and as of this moment, it has been 8 months since I last worked on it. As much as I hate to admit it, I needed to set my priorities straight and sadly, the game had to tank.
I'm starting to settle however, lately I've found enough time for gaming so it's not like I don't have the time anymore, I just need to reignite that spark again - I did burn myself out.
Hey, welcome to itch.io!
This is not a simmiland board, but a global itch.io one. If you want to get a response from the developer, posting a comment on their game page is your best bet.
However, the error that you're getting seems to be an universal one - you just need to reinstall your DirectX. Please note that I'm not the developer of simmiland and I can't guarantee that this will fix it.
Hey, I have unlisted your topic. You can edit it and then reply to this post (by clicking on 'Reply' beneath it), and I'll set it to public again.
Please make sure you've read the rules.
Please be courteous of the time of those who will read your post. Release posts that show little to no effort, or are just links, will be locked and removed. Think of this place as a way to build a relationship with a new audience, not just a place to dump links.
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