Michael wrote:This is the first time I have agreed with a idiot (Steve Lingle)
I agree that if the game doesnt work right dont post it on this website
about 75% off all games in this achieve are useless demos and junk.
Demo: If it was a demo that was made about 5 years ago maybe more maybe less and that was about to be relesed 1 years ago maybe less or more. Why didnt it came out full version at a exact date?
Junk: Everyone knows what is junk and the game called ryan's own msn is one of them
But I still dont get why are you negitive..
Steve wrote:Michael the gamer sure taught me a lesson. Apparently, he does not appreciate criticism of his grammar.
What the hell is criticism?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?
Michael wrote:I can predict the future of this topic
a moderator will lock this topic
lets see whats happening...
First, witch wyzurd, I wasn't even making a comment about Michael's game. I made a comment about a dther99 game that he made a comment on.
I'm not sure of the whole debate here.
witch wyzwurd wrote:But still Im getting revenge until I get an apology from paul_one and 007 bond
Michael, what's your gain in getting revenge? Will the value of your life increase? Will your Quest games become better?
007bond stated personal feelings of how he thinks about you, but that doesn't mean what he wants will come to pass. But if you keep egging it on by being revengeful, then it might (which doesn't mean I agree with it). So what's the point? Just concentrate on the core reason you got Quest... to make games. The best revenge you can have on anyone in this forum is to make a really good game (which doesn't mean I think anybody else's suck).
Posts get locked because a reply would either degenerate into meaningless babble or because something is figured out and doesn't need a response. Usually the latter doesn't occur, but since paul_one has the ability to lock posts, he probably did it to his own because he could.
As I aforesaid, not every person imposing judgement is unbiased or fair. Paul_one provides insight into ASL and will provide input to help another gamer in programming, so find friendship with him at this level.
You'll feel people have positive and negative qualities here and anywhere else, so quit picking a fight with their negative qualities and cherish the lighter aspects of them.
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