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Hello! I'm Wander, I'm mainly a musician/composer and I like to make soundtracks. I used to make small games for myself (just an excuse to make music lol) with RPG Maker 2000, but never found another game engine like that before I discovered Bitsy! You can find some of the games I've made (mostly for bitsy jams) on my page.
yo, graymeditations here. i don't know how to make video games, like at all... but i do it anyway.
been using bitsy for about a year & i like it. it's a good way to capture these inane moments of life with a smidge of interactivity.
so yeah... tiny moments, tiny engines, revolution!
Hi, I am new to gamedev. By trade I'm a engineer who uses a lot of programming in his work. I have no art or music experience. I've tried to make games in the past, but my programming experience hindered me as I will get lost in making the engine and never finish anything. I'm hoping with bitsy I will just finish something, anything. Right now working on adapting a scifi story for the latest public domain themed Bitsy Jam. Wish me luck.
Hi. I guess I'll reintroduce myself. My name is Chase, but you can call me Cheez. I was a bit hesitant to come to this forum because I'm really used to Discord, but now I'm here because I still like Bitsy...and might make a small adventure game with it. Who really know though.
Hey, I'm Randomdooodle. I created overdue books & edible crooks for the Overdue Library Books (bitsy jam) about two years ago and fell in love with the process. It was my first time entering a game jam or making anything game related, so it really was a brand new experience. I've continued to make things when I've had free time and everyone in the Bitsy community has always been incredibly helpful and encouraging. I'm always excited to see more of the interesting little interactive worlds people put out there for us to explore!
hi! catroidvanaia here! (cat for short :3 ) i enjoy worldbuilding (i dont do anything with it), playing indie games (cave story, yukis4p, and probably more but i cant recall rn), parentheses (if you couldnt tell already) and aspire to learn bitsy development! i aspire to do everything really but ive neither the time nor the attention span for that.
Hi all! My name is Nina Martinez and i just started using Bitsy recently to create little games from short stories or ideas that have been bouncing around my brain. Most of my prior experience is based around screenwriting, but I want to learn more about game development and working on the mechanics behind the game.
hi! I'm Data. (Didn't get the username I wanted, so it's a bit of a work-in-progress.) I have a teeny bit of CS experience, but I'm mostly a writer & visual artist (specializing in Photography). I've known about Bitsy for a few years at this point, but I've usually been more of the lurking sort around the community.
Здравствуйте, я Куст. Я люблю создавать головоломки в Bitsy. Музыку не пишу, язык программирования не знаю. Я просто обычный парень. Сейчас работаю над своей первой игрой, которую я выпущу на itch.io . Пожелайте мне удачи.
Hello, I'm a Bush. I love creating puzzles in Bitsy. I don't write music, I don't know the programming language. I'm just an ordinary guy. I am currently working on my first game, which I will release on itch.io . Wish me luck.
hi adam + everyone! i'm a writer and crafter who's been getting into making games over the past year, and in that time at least half a dozen folks folks have told me i had to check out bitsy. i'm so glad i did, because i love the size and feel of the engine, and what i've seen so far of the community is so generous and creative . i'm working on a couple of little sketches at the moment and am super stoked to do more!
Hello, IwonK here :) I've learned about Bitsy almost two months ago and it was love at first sight :D I've already made my first game "Clean your room!" (ispired by my own room... hee hee... :P ) and I want to make more games :D I've started a challenge to myself and I'm going to make one game a month for a year (wish me luck!). Starting this September.
I love video games and computers in general, I have a webcomic titled "I won a game!" where I show some slices of my gaming life :D
I've been playing games practically all my life and I've alwayse wanted to make my own games but I didn't know how. My poor attempts in my teen and adult life didn't work well but then came Bitsy :D
A huge thank you from me to Adam for creating Bitsy :)
Hi! I'm Maciek. For the longest time I've dismissed Bitsy as a weird curiosity, until I tried it myself. I immediately fell in love. In hindsight, I should've known better, as it's been the same way with me and Pico-8. Anyway, I've made a few bitsy things, and currently I'm making a game each week with themes inspired by subsequent letters of the alphabet. Bitsy seems perfect for that!
yo, i go by miniwoolf. i was a member of the old bitsy discord, and i haven't released a game in over a year. until today, that is. i mostly like using bitsy as a visual medium for my poetry and prose. maybe soon i'll have the energy to hack the latest version of bitsy (they put music in it???), who knows! I'm glad this lil tool exists.
Hello, I am Laura Palavecino from Argentina. I am a researcher and transmedia artist interested in the experimentation with visual art, poetry, alt.ctrl, installations and interactivity. These are my main sites https://laurapalavecino.com/ & https://lildeer.itch.io/ .I love making games with Bitsy and I often give courses on it.
Hi everyone! I'm Nico Valdivia Hennig, Co-Founder of Niebla Games, an indie Studio from Chile, and I'm also a Researcher in Game Design and Production. I'm currently pursuing my Ph.D. at the University of California, Riverside. Additionally, I'm a part of Río Junto, a collective that organizes cultural activities with Latin American creators to develop events and exhibitions in Southern California, with a special focus on digital media, art, and games.
Hello I'm Earthan Huq, I'm a game design student at Hostos CUNY, with instructors Marcello D. Viana Neto and Matthew Baloušek. Marcello has us making Bitsy games for our 101 final project.
I've come here to ask a very specific question regarding bitsy logic, but I imagine I will have more questions before this project is completed. Sad to learn I missed the Discord entirely.