Firstly waiting for 1.5 weeks for an activation code is just... I don't know, I find it, ridiculous. I have no patience, I bought a book in June about the same price and never gotten it, I emailed the owner a few time and hasn't responded until beginning this week saying that he was "incapacitated" for a few month and will send the package. Which I haven't gotten yet. Yeah he's old. (Hoping this week it will be here.)opt2not wrote: ↑Mon Aug 20, 2018 2:51 amI suggest a bit more patience, and slack given to Joe and Josh. They just released this software, so i’m sure they’re getting bombarded with requests and tech support.
You also need to factor in that these guys aren’t amazon or any big corporation that has a whole fleet of tech support people to deal with customers.
Honestly, if I were you I’d take a few breaths, relax a bit, concentrate on other aspects of your game like design and art, and give the guys some more time to sort you out.
There is plenty of work to do outside of implementation. If you have already got all your art done, figured out the minutia of your gameplay, then I apologize. Waiting is probably the only thing you have in that case. But if you haven’t done the art and design, perhaps this is a good time to get ahead in those aspects.
Now this time I was hoping that this wouldn't be the same thing and wait for another 2 months for another purchase. I know they aren't a big company and don't have a "whole fleet of tech support people". I am not an idiot. I am not trying to give slack or trying to be a dick too Joe and Josh, and yes I was harsh on them and I am sorry to both for being too harsh on them. I do have an idea for a game but I need to know whats the limits, the palettes, power-up selections, "Monsters", etc. Plus I really want to enter that contest in October.
And Since my activation code is stuck in traffic or going around a endless loop, I am hoping that I'll refunded it, and buy it again to see if it would send the activation code too me.