I have so many friends in the world game sprite community and I really appreciate that. I know that there are a lot of people that are very passionate about this medium, and I’ve made a conscious effort to participate in the forum a few times. However, the way that I write my posts and make sure I’m posting in the correct style for the right audience is a challenge to me.
The world games community is made up of a lot of people that have varying beliefs about what a game should or shouldn’t look like, so that was one of the main areas of contention. It was hard for me to write with the same level of passion and creativity that I do for the world game community. For instance, I have a really hard time with the fact that the world game community is obsessed with making their games seem more epic than they are.
I’m not sure if I have a problem with that or not, but I do think that in general the world game community makes great games when they’re done with all the details. Not in the way that I think you’d want your next game to be. I think you’d be really hard pressed to tell a good world game from a good world game done right.
I could argue that in a well-done world game, it would be hard for a developer to tell a good world game from a bad world game. But I tend to think that it would be hard for a developer to tell a good world game from a good game done wrong. I do think that game design is an art, and there are some things we just can’t design.
I think you are right. I think that we can only design a world game that makes sense, and then we can only make it perfect. In order to do that, we have to know how to draw it. Or at least we should. We can do that, but not the other way around. We can only design a good game.
I think that it would be hard for a developer to make a good world game. I think that if you designed a wonderful game, it would be hard for a developer to put it on the market.