And first joint DBP project (there's a funny story about that one I'll have to tell sometime, it involves a few people from years past in our histories that, well... aren't exactly too respected now (or then)).
Who? What? Go on, tell all
One day when I have a lot of time. It's a very long story. But, I'm sure you can "guess" who's involved, why the project is "never-more", and I'm sure you can "piece together the puzzle" of what happens...
First XNA project...
What's that then? You should really have a crack at something now. There are a few of us on here keeping and commenting on dev diaries and it does wonders for the motivation
The XNA thing was just a bunch of scribbles me and a friend did. He was doing some rigging on my PC as part of a project, I was playing around with the models... etc. Can't really call it a project.
One day. When this economy fixes itself correctly (see: millionaire eric), I'll have nothing but the free time needed to focus.
However, considering your age... I'm willing to bet you've got a few C64/Amiga games you've been dying to finish up.
Aye, tis true. Although i never actualy owned an Amiga. Ported plenty of 68000 assembler code though.
Like you, i have disc's stuffed with unfinished work. A friend of mine a while back got in touch and it turns out that he had kept alot of my old c64 stuff, and that goes back some 20 odd years in some cases. And not only that, because we were going to go into business together at one time "Psychonetix software" he's kept alot of stuff on paper too. Game designs, sprite drawinsg ect
Rainbow chaser 2, was in the works for the c64, but never got finished.
Wipes tear from eye.
That's a real mans post right there.