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Unity - I can't sleep anymore!

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Atombender, Jan 3, 2006.

  1. Atombender

    Atombender

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    Hi guys!
    Just wanted to drop by and leave a small note (must go back to unity and learn more :D )

    UNITY IS THE BEST PIECE OF SOFTWARE I HAVE USED FOR A LONG TIME!

    I will definitely buy it - you guys deserve the money and fame for creating this!

    I was looking for such a tool now for over 10 years.
    Finally the time has come to create "HYPERGAME TITLE" (still working on a great idea hehe). I'm programmer, but i also like to do the "arty" stuff. Now this comes together in Unity (which cost me a lot of sleep let me tell you... just playing around with physics is so much fun).

    Unity is like universal glue - it sticks everything together perfectly. Whacky ideas, sounds, colors and structures for games. I love it.

    I'll post some more info about me soon (and maybe some project stuff).
    I'm always interested in collaborations.
     
  2. DaveyJJ

    DaveyJJ

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    Welcome! You sound as excited as I did when I found Unity (back in the beta days).
     
  3. Atombender

    Atombender

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    :D Oh yes I am excited. I can't wait to get home. Honestly, I almost constantly played around with Unity for the last 3 days. Can't remember the last time i spent so much time with a software in a row. Or hmm maybe "Pirates" for Commodore 64.
     
  4. DaveyJJ

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    Then just wait until that zen moment with a good piece of software hits with Unity. That moment when a whole bunch of small workflow and ways to do things fall into place. Then you'll get even more giddy, trust me.