I have a question for Sean O Connor...

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StateRoute170
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I have a question for Sean O Connor...

Post by StateRoute170 » Wed Feb 06, 2008 1:02 am

Hey Sean,i have a game idea,but i dont know how to make,im only 14 and
i want to know how you made firefight,as that is the best game here.

hope you reply,StateRoute170(a freeway in Los Angeles,CA,USA)

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Post by StateRoute170 » Wed Feb 06, 2008 1:26 am

also...,can you come up with a way to pay with cash?like i said im only 14 and i dont have a credit/debit card.i have the cash,my parents said i could have the game i want if i paid for the games i want,but need a freakin way to pay with cash,can you help me?

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Post by StateRoute170 » Wed Feb 06, 2008 2:00 am

also,how bout a WW1 FireFight,that would be cool,battling through trenches,using the first tanks.Wait a second,is there even aircraft in the original Firefight?ive only played the demo(i have played with my cousin because he has the game),but it would be cool to see some P-47s fly in and destroy some tanks and do some major carnage.
I hope this forum will be a good place to write to you about my questions.

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Post by TheKangaroo » Wed Feb 06, 2008 1:25 pm

You can edit your previous posts by clicking that button saying 'Edit', so you won't have to triple-post. And there's no aircraft in Firefight whatsoever. Maybe air support might be added in a future version, but I guess that will take a while because its both not a very high priority and a bit tricky to do.

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Post by StateRoute170 » Wed Feb 06, 2008 5:26 pm

Sean,is this UK time?its 8:25 right now and the forum says a different time . hope you take a look at my 3 questions above.

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Post by Sean OConnor » Fri Feb 15, 2008 4:35 pm

To write a game or anything other Windows program you need a development system (I use Microsoft's Visual Studio) and you need to choose a language to write in (I use C but Visual Basic is probably an easier language to learn).

I've no plans to make a WWI version of Firefight - I just don't have the spare time!

You could pay by cash but as I live in the UK you'd need to post me UK pounds. If you want to do that please send me an email to sean@windowsgames.co.uk

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Post by StateRoute170 » Tue Feb 19, 2008 7:33 pm

Hey sean,can you accept USD and convert it to Pounds?Because i dont know how to otherwise i would.

Also,thx for the reply

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