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engunneer
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Skan you should add this to the script listing on the autohotkey wiki page under game section.


Thanks. But I do not know how to! :roll:


No worries, I have added it for you. http://www.autohotke...t_Listing#Games

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No worries, I have added it for you.


That is kind of you :D. Thanks engunneer.
It seems to be very easy. :O I have added my other game too
Crazy Scripting : Guess-It / Word Game v3.0

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Challenging... I am on a different computer and decided to try it out - its great.

I'm making (or trying to at least) a bubbles game (or ColorJunction as I found on google. Its pretty weird and so far all I have is the random generation of bubbles... Oh yea its found here because I wanted to work on it on this computer. Its filled with comments and looks somewhat organized - trying to make my code smaller and my organization better with inspiration from all over these forums.
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What a dumb game! and there're too many units to hold interest, there should be less of these!!

above is what i thought when i started playing... and i couldn't stop myself before i completed it! ... its cool! thanks for posting.

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What a dumb game! and there're too many units to hold interest, there should be less of these!!


My test-drive team has 8 members in the age group of 7-15 ... This game was well accepted by them. :roll:

is what i thought when i started playing... and i couldn't stop myself before i completed it! ... its cool! thanks for posting.


:O :oops: Thanks!. :D

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Very funny code :D !

My test-drive team has 8 members in the age group of 7-15 ... This game was well accepted by them.

ROFL.
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ROFL.


Why? :lol:

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Because I imagined real test team consisting of 7 years old kids, reporting to you, "We detected the bug: buffer overflow after pressing the symbol X if game is 98% solved under 1 min and 33sec".
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Because I imagined real test team consisting of 7 years old kids, reporting to you


Never under estimate kids. You can never be sure what they will turn out to be:
Here are a couple of examples:
The youngest CEO
The youngest Doctor

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Dear Goyyah.

The link you gave is discussting...

This has nothing to do with children but with, parents.
Parents can really destroy entire life of their children. Sad...



There is an extremely good book about this by Alessandro Baricco (I think the name is City)

You can also watch this movie, but the book approached this topc in much more detail... Its about super kid, that realised it doesn't want to do what parents thought its best for him...

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O yeah, I found the book for you.

The editor's comment is stupid, like always, so don't read it. Today everybody can be litterary critic.

OFC, ppl down there recognised this editor's talent:

I strongly disagree with the Publishers Weekly review


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Yea I'm a kid! :D 14 years old.

Don't underestimate me :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:

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