I want to apologize for the long delay of FQ2. I really am only a few scenes from being done. The problem is that I got a girlfriend in real life, and that kind of takes away from the need to work on such a game. Making a game like FQ2 helps on those lonely nights... much as I am sure playing it does. But, I want to promise that it will still be done eventually. I haven't given up. Meanwhile, games like Date Quest and Quest for the Ladies will have to suffice.
Cheers and we'll talk soon!
Rich (who's hoping you're still so excited too!)
As a great fan of FQ I've been waiting anxiously FQ2. And I sure hope that I will see it during this year.|
But truth is that the feared real life is renowned of destroying even the most finest projects..or atleast slowing down them significantly.
Time will tell.
Go Rich! I know this will be a great game! It has been worked on for so long! Good luck.|
(I'm so excited)
|beyond infinity||Enjoy life, gosh. It has much more to be discovered then just sitting in front of the computer and developing games. :) strolling around with a nice woman beneath thousands of stars sticked to the velvet of the sky at night hase something for it ;) Believe me ... have a nice time.|
|Eero R||Way to go, Rich! ;) We all are interested Fu*k Quest 2 to be a full-length professional game... ;D|
|Rich||Hold on tight, cowboy. I never said anything about "professional" game. You saw FQ1... it kind of sucked graphicwise. But, FQ2 is shaping up to be much better than FQ1... that's for sure. Still, like I said, since I've been busy with my girlfriend as well as school projects, it's going to be a little while longer. Yeah, gotta enjoy life beyond the computer screen.|
How many times you rewrote the scripts? I doubt that would be unprofessional game, when so much effort is put in it... ::)
Oh, cowboy isn't the way to call me, although my MSN nick was C++boy in 2000... ;)