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I was born in South Africa in 1992. I started programming when I was about 7 and I realised the only thing I wanted to do with my life - Make games. Currently I'm working on my first projected intended for release.

 

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Posted by Gryff David on Tue, 29 Apr 2014 04:49:00 EDT in Programming, Console/PC, Indie
I was born in 1992 and I've lived in South Africa my entire life. I started learning to program in BASIC when I was about 7 and it changed my life completely.



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This was beautiful. Thank you. ...

This was beautiful. Thank you.

Comment In: [News - 08/02/2013 - 04:55]

This is really exciting. FPS ...

This is really exciting. FPS 's haven 't seen anything really original since Portal came out 6 years ago. It 's been pretty much COD4/Gears of War clones and zombie games for 6 years now.

Comment In: [News - 08/01/2013 - 07:42]

This new console generation is ...

This new console generation is disappointing in general though. If you compare how the X-Box 360 and PS3 hardware compared to PC hardware at the time, they were incredibly high-end. It 's approaching the point now that 8GB in a PC is fairly standard and 16GB-32GB is not unheard of. ...

Comment In: [News - 07/26/2013 - 07:57]

I think they 're preparing ...

I think they 're preparing for that, I believe they 're starting to phase out WoW and bring in their new massively multiplayer project, Titan.

Comment In: [Blog - 07/24/2013 - 03:36]

This was great. Lots of ...

This was great. Lots of useful information. Thanks Your game looks magnificent by the way Good luck

Comment In: [News - 07/24/2013 - 04:03]

I completely agree with this ...

I completely agree with this article. Grammar and spelling are very important because it gives the impression that somebody cared enough to make sure everything was perfect, to deliver a flawless product. A spelling mistake could have just as easily been a bug that needed to be fixed. Brilliant article.