My friends don't really know I'm a hardcore clicker. Although they probably know about 'The games factory' since we used to play South park mario games at college quite a lot. I doubt they would get into click even if i showed them TDC and gave them a free copy of MMF2
I guess some people like to be creative and others like to play.
They would probably tell me my time would be better spent getting pissed.
Lol, my friends think it's really cool. I might as well say I'm a professional squash player or something, since none of them even bother to look at my games.
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People have always marveled at my creations. A few friends and family have tried making some, but never got anywhere. Actually, my cousin just tried to start again today. My 5th grade class loved OldManClayton: SAVE FDK!! It's kind of neat being the only one in a bunch of people that can make games. But then, it's kind of sad being the only one.
I very rarely show anyone any of my gfx or music, and when I do the reaction is "woah, you made that? How'd you learn to do that?". I don't think I've ever shown my friends any click stuff, apart from Joe obviously.
Then you must not be one. Most geeks are proud of their geekitude. Being a geek isn't so bad, it's just that the "geeky" reputation often comes along with you. It's perfectly possible to be a non-nerdy geek. I've heard that the next Zelda is going to be called the "Waist of Time" It's a magical belt.
Originally Posted by OldManClayton Then you must not be one. Most geeks are proud of their geekitude. Being a geek isn't so bad, it's just that the "geeky" reputation often comes along with you. It's perfectly possible to be a non-nerdy geek. I've heard that the next Zelda is going to be called the "Waist of Time" It's a magical belt.
I take pride in my weirdness.
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Absolutely. We had a perfectly normal girl on my course at uni, who was also a model and actress and such. But yea she was really into games, as in she could beat us on Mario Kart, Halo etc.
We're being creative, isn't that a good thing? and we're providing free entertainment for people.
I suppose it's not nerdy to use a computer if you only go on youtube to watch music videos or check if you have any new messages on Myspace.