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Old 08 July 2017, 19:34   #79
donnie
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Originally Posted by daxb View Post
@donnie:
I think you did some wrong assumption with 1. and 2.

My opinion is that if people want to make a game then they should do what they like. Independantly to a special target system, type of game or whatever. But only if the target is my system and my type/like of game. :P
People might not admit it. But one of the big motivators in life is admiration and appreciation from others.

when you have hundreds of people buying your game, thousands of people playing, writing talking, posting, liking, about your game...then you want to make more. Other people take notice and want to do the same.. it all ends up as an a positive feedback loop.
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