That it is, but mainly because it was originally created for college students and steadily branched out to include students in general, and then anyone, regardless of age group.Jeff wrote:I think Facebook fans are biased towards older people, since Facebook is extremely popular among college students.
However, those students won't always be at college, and there will always be more students beginning to attend college, so if that "bias" is applied to potential fans, we'll have an ever-expanding population of Overgrowth players. Could work
If Crystal Quest on a Mac Plus counts, you've got me beat by two years — I'm 22 and played it at 4Fournine wrote:I've been gaming for over 20 years. I'm 23.
Also, can anyone confirm the Mac in the blog post on tips for becoming a game developer? Looks as though it's a Mac Plus, but lots of Macs from around that time looked like a Mac Plus
By the way Fournine, what enticed you to make such an unexpected return after nary a post in a year and a half absence? Either way, good to see you back
You were two when you played Bugdom? Wow, I was 12 when I was playing that on my beloved iBook SE ... if that makes me feel old, I shudder at the thought of people who played much older systems when they were my ageHealey wrote:Ah, I must have been two, playing Bugdom, the awesomest game ever(besides OG/Lugaru) on that 400MHz iMac...
Oh god, the dragonfly level? It took me what felt like hours to get up to that point, and after having a horrendously difficult time in the level, a glitch got me stuck in a wall, and I couldn't get out without losing all my progress ... I never touched the game againAssaultman67 wrote:I played bugdom ... i kicked ass ... the dragonfly level was awesome ...