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lupin
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Posted: 12th Sep 2002 10:13
From the sounds Darkbasic pro has every thing a game designer wants and needs, i was just wondering do you think any game companies will start making games with darkbasic pro. or is DB pro mainly for people at home?
Newbi2basic
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Posted: 12th Sep 2002 11:38
Really it depends on the marketing of it all.. they could go up toi people like sierra and go HEY! look at our program.. but then they have to train people on this programming language i say they will someday one day.. then we will see a new breed of gaming and DBp disease will spread and spread .. but thats in my world...

I think one day yeah you will see some companies looking for people here....

"When all is lost and you have nothing to lose. Thats the time to win stuff back..." Newbi2basic 23:33 26th august 2002
JustLuke
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Posted: 12th Sep 2002 17:13
Nah, not going to happen. Professional game programmers don't really need to use something like Dark Basic Pro, although, I think it could be useful for rapid prototyping to test out design ideas.

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