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I recently started building small games using construct2 and wondered if there were any other Australian / New Zealand games developers out there using it. I know its considered to be for the novice, but I love using it now as much as I loved Flash when it was popular.Has anyone built something substantial. I would love to see the results.
I just wanna share this interesting news:
There will be 2 Free Online Game Development Workshops organized by Rovio, Microsoft and Viope for Game Development World Championship 2013.
if you are interested in take part in that, you can find more info http://viope.com/blog/2013/11/20/game-development-workshops-with-the-to…
This activity belongs to contest Game Development World Championship 2013. So if you wanna participate in the contest, read more on website www.viope.com/contest
can anyone help me with making a ps3,xbox or wii games
This was fairly recently announced, but Perforce is now free for 20 users. If you have a small indie game team (well, under 20 team members) and you're looking for a version control solution, it may be worth giving this a shot.
I've just purchased a copy of Unity iOS which I got for a 20% discount by using the rebate code "UTPRO1011". Store price is $400(US), and I got it for $320(US) which is like $333(AU). I think the deal is initially for the pro license, but it seems you can use it with any license. This offer ends on October 6 so you'll have to get in quick.
The other great thing about this deal is that if and when I plan to upgrade to Unity Pro and / or iOS Pro in the future, I will get a deduction of the cost of Unity iOS $400(US) from those licenses, and not the $320(US) which I paid. Of course, you'd save a whole lot more by purchasing both Pro and iOS Pro instead, but it's a big chunk of cash to pony upfront ($3,000(US)).
Also, there's a special offer at the moment for Ürban PAD. Ürban PAD is a procedural city/town/building generation tool that's worth $700(US), but they're dropping it down to just $29. It exports models to all your favourite modelling tools, as well as Unity and UDK.
If they reach their target pre-order goal before the deadline (October 3) then they will process all the orders. If not, they'll refund your purchase. One of the developers posted about the deal at the Unity forums saying that it's looking likely to reach it, so if you're an indie developer and you're after a useful tool, $29 is certainly a nice price.