The Install program. Its best for people to use it not for engines/demos/betas/screensavers and used for full version games. But you will more likely get annoyed with every game you get with an installer. So is it a good idea install, makes games better than a poor game but saves trouble by doing it?
I dont know why i posted it, i am... too tired
and the tiel has been spelt wrong (sorry)
Its best when you include all the system files with the zip, and just have the .exe in there. But for a complete version, I would much rather use a professional install program, one that shows pics and stuff.
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I make other people create vaporware
6th August, 2003 at 02:06:14 -
I have a "Temp + Crap" folder on my comp, and that's where i put every game i download on this site. Then if it's good enough it gets upgraded to my "Games + Stuff" folder. And for all the crap that's in my temp/crap folder i delete it every week or so.
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I tend to supply a install program for all the programs I create as I can provide screenshots of what future version will have,do beta locked installs, and provide future infomation in the license dialog.