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Offline zapiy

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RVG Interviews Cronosoft
« on: May 31, 2012, 18:48:12 PM »
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A huge thanks to Simon at Cronosoft for doing this interview.

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Greyfox
What has been the most challenging and technical achievement in producing software for these computers and which do you find the best to work on?
 
Cronosoftzapiy
What timescale is involved to create a new IP?
 
Cronosoft
It probably takes around 3 months AFTER a program has been written to get it on sale. Testing for bugs, creating the artwork, creating the masters, to finally putting it up for sale seems to take ages.

Greyfox
Do you think the home brew scene will ever die out? Or programmers etc of home brew developments will simply get tired of all this and call it a day?

CronosoftThe Laird
Apart from your own of course, what do you think is the best homebrew game out there?
 
CronosoftThe Laird
Who is your homebrew hero?

CronosoftThe Laird
What got you into homebrew in the first place?

Cronosoftzapiy
Are you an active homebrew user?

Cronosoftzapiy
If so what is your favorite homebrew game not made by yourselves?

Cronosoft
I mentioned DINGO previously, but there are so many. FROGGER '07 on the Vic, 3D DEATHCHASE on the Dragon - These are all extremely worthy titles, and should be part of everyones collection.
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Re: RVG Interviews Cronosoft
« Reply #1 on: May 31, 2012, 18:49:10 PM »
Good read  8)

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Re: RVG Interviews Cronosoft
« Reply #2 on: May 31, 2012, 18:57:55 PM »
Yes it was a good read, although none of the title they create are being done for a poor lonely atari 8bits :(

But a great interview none the less