I got 64 :) This is so simple and clever! Nice job!
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I'm a former GameMaker user but decided to change my game engine to Unity just a couple of weeks ago. I must say its absolutely amazing and I do not plan on going back to GameMaker anytime soon. ;)
However, something I did notice in the very beginning was that it was kind of tricky writing the code (I use C#) because in GameMaker everything is kind of given to you. In Unity C#, you have to be a little more careful of making silly mistakes.
So I have a pretty good hang of it now but I must know, any Unity users out there, how long did it take you to either (1) feel like you've mastered writing the code for the most part (whether you write in C# or JAVA) or (2) how long did it take you to write your first game?
Hello Everyone :)
I go by LilacRoses here, I'm black, 16, and from New York City. And I LOVE to code and make games (obviously or I couldn't be here :P)
Something that I noticed on itch.io is how there aren't really that many girls or women on itch.io.
That's not a problem, or an issue. Girls just don't tend to take on or take interest into things like these. And that's okay! We can be interested in whatever we want to be interested in, but that's my opinion. I just wanted to say that because I find it annoying when people try to use the "women are oppressed" card to justify the fact that most of us just aren't interested in it.
But I am! ;) And this topic is just so I can meet other female coders out there who have this interest, BUT THIS DOES NOT EXCLUDE MEN FROM COMMENTING HERE ALSO!! If you are a male and want to express your opinion on this subject (because it seems to be pretty common among coders) or just say a little hello feel free :)
Have a nice day everyone! :)
Theres actually this game that I play called Super Phantom Cat 2. The art style and everything just makes me really happy, its so beautiful. There are also a lot of meditation apps and coloring apps that work pretty damn well too. Hope this helps :) <