this is Louis and I’m in Paris, France.
I started coding 30 years ago using HyperCard on Macintosh if anyone knows what that is.
I stopped for 15 years though, and I regret it, but now I’m happy to start again to build some cool stuff for my kids to play with.
I seem to have picked a perfect time now with Swift and all those great frameworks and kits that to so much of the groundwork 🙂
I was 12 and started coding a video-game. After a while I got more interested in the architecture of it, improved it for 5 years and actually made it into… you know what? A kind of Starter kit for adventure games, one that you could use to build a game with no code.
That would explain why I’m having so much fun discovering the great stuff you’ve built here.
Awesome. Feel free to share a link…. I have an RPG Kit planned with Swift and Sprite Kit. That’s actually what the Fantastic Worlds Kit does best, but as its Objective C based, well, out with the old, in with the nucleus.
Oh man, if only I could get my hands on it, it could run on an old Mac Emulator.
But I lost it around 1993-1994, probably in a hard drive crash or a broken cartridge, so it never made it to the internets. It was distributed once on a shareware CD-ROM though, so maybe someone somewhere has it 🙁
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