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Dec 20, 2018 at 10:57 PM
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I won’t lie, I was one of the guy that was kinda hyped for nesmaker.
Just the thought of making a game for the nes without "coding"
(there still is coding but now it’s like scratch or something(which means you are programming with a program that made so the action that is already programmed make action to something and...I shouldn’t think about it))
was pretty intriguing.
The only problem I see now is that its 36 $ and that make me wonder.
Does the backers have to repay it or did they get their activation code just with 1 cents?
Well anyway what did you think of Nesmaker in general ?
Dec 21, 2018 at 12:09 AM
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It's likely just game maker but worse. I already get alot of shit for using GM, and I doubt this program is going to be any more powerful.
Dec 21, 2018 at 1:50 AM
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So... What's Nesmaker? I don't think I've heard about it until now
Dec 21, 2018 at 1:29 PM
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Well luckily for me the project isn't in French...

Doesn't seem that bad.
GM2 isn't horrible. GM1 is ... pretty fucking dated.
For the NES, it's probably going to allow a lot more freedom than GM2 offers given the potential capabilities of modern programs.