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Discussion in 'Indie Related Chat' started by Game Producer, Apr 24, 2011.
Were you there back then?
I was... Course that's a bit obvious if you know the history of how this forum started.
I was around back then. OTOH, I'm a programmer but I haven't published any games, so I've always been kind of an odd man out.
I was there too time really flies!
I was there... and much younger. I knew then that I wanted to make a living making games.
Yes. I remember the hype
I was there for about 5 minutes before it moved to indiegamer.com
Was there reading a bit, but never bothered to register
I was there and in fact Trials of Werlin was inspired by the hype of Dweep's success, but I think it hit the market about 5 years too late to claim any success.
I was there.
I bet I have one of the lowest post counts of any of the July 2004 join date crowd here. I read every post, but don't reply as much as I probably should.
I was there too, for about a year after which the Dexterity forums were closed down.
I was a regular reader of the Dexterity articles, but never signed up for the forum until indiegamer.com opened up.
Hello, I'm old too.
I'm from then and, yes, TOgburn, you have the lowest post count but I'm not far behind -- this is 33 for me!
I was there. Mostly lurking as now.
I was there too
I remember those days. Seems like only yesterday.
I was there too. Good times!
Being there doesn't make me old!
Hi there, fellow old farts!
I was there. I nagged the more experienced developers with our first game. I later got invaluable advice to polish Betty's Beer Bar. Some of you even did some voice acting for the characters (never released, unfortunately). Good times