Google wave might also be helpful, plus, I can do some sound stuff. I compose music and have a studio in my downstairs to record music or voice overs. I'll join the forums right now.
Any idea on a first game concept?
Hit up my email if you'd like.
PS. I have worked with XNA before and I agree that for simple hobby like projects it will be very efficient. Also, us with, per-say, a "hacker background" can make the code as efficient as possible.
I believe I have invites also. I used the thing for two days until I reaslized it was for more of a project sort of thing. Google wave would be perfect for this. Great thinking, fashizzlepop. :happy:
Location: Dallas Texas
|I've been learning Maya 2009, so if I can help I'm in...|
Debugging is what programmers do to beta software to make it take up more room on your hard drive if it is running too efficiently.
|Yeahh, Google Wave was a damn good idea!|
and Thanks, again, spy for the invitation.
I've been learning Maya 2009, so if I can help I'm in...
Well I think we're planning on 2D stuff mainly, but if you can help with that you're more than welcome.
Anyone who's intersted, if you haven't already done so.. sign up to this and join the discussion (there's only one atm)