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31st January, 2012 at 15:39:53 -

Is it possible to have YouTube video's on the front page of the news section? As I don't think I've ever seen any.

 
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31st January, 2012 at 16:36:23 -

Rikus used to do it all the time back when he did a video for each game he posted on the front page. Yes, it is possible.

 
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31st January, 2012 at 17:22:49 -

Oh yeah of course! It's just the front page seems very stagnant at the moment in regards to news and posts. Adding a couple of feeds about upcoming games trailers or project update video's I think would drill up some excitement for game enthusiasts and developers alike and obviously this would have a positive impact on the site I think. Example: Blue66 the creator of Gun Girl 2 recently released a YouTube video demonstration of his new upcoming title Super Panda Adventures on his project page. This is the sort of stuff I'd personally like to see on the front page!




 
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31st January, 2012 at 17:32:39 -

Here's another good example video promoting game making and Click products by everyone's favorite DC admin Chris Street. ( Hope you don't mind me posting this video Chris), I think its interesting and inspiring for anyone that wants to start making their own games.






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1st February, 2012 at 02:11:11 -

I too used to draw computer games down on paper.
I did actually have the right computer for making games so long as it was a very slow game written in BASIC. But I was too young really. Sometimes I think I was born about 10 years too late. It would have been nice to be there in the UK's home computer boom in the early 80's

 
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I love making youtube videos showing every level of my games.

 
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1st February, 2012 at 15:58:56 -

I hate that video... wish I never made it.

 
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1st February, 2012 at 16:11:36 -


Originally Posted by The Chris Street
I hate that video... wish I never made it.



Actually I thought it was interesting. I like to hear about how people got into making games and what they did creatively before they had the tools to realise those ideas. I didn't draw game designs on paper when I was a kid, but I used to make animations in the corner of books (flip books? I still don't know what they're called) that were usually influenced by games. It's almost as if we were just waiting for computers and the right tools to come along to let us put our ideas into action, don't you think?

 
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1st February, 2012 at 16:25:23 -


Originally Posted by nim

Originally Posted by The Chris Street
I hate that video... wish I never made it.



Actually I thought it was interesting. I like to hear about how people got into making games and what they did creatively before they had the tools to realise those ideas. I didn't draw game designs on paper when I was a kid, but I used to make animations in the corner of books (flip books? I still don't know what they're called) that were usually influenced by games. It's almost as if we were just waiting for computers and the right tools to come along to let us put our ideas into action, don't you think?



I agree

 
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