At 3/21/13 03:49 AM, PSvils wrote:
How do you keep motivation to work on a project day after day? Just interested,
I haven't even tried yet...well, me and a friend are programming it together. We officially started sometime in December, and only about 4 or 5 weeks ago started really working on it again. But just every day seems a bit zoned out...working on the game seems like the natural thing to do.
Maybe another helpful thing is is that we're programming it in C++, and is our first real project/game using C++, so it's going a lot slower than usual. This gives us time to mull over and rethink a few things while they're being implemented, and so there are always new ideas popping up, more stuff to do, and in general it's pretty interesting. Implementing a really small feature feels rewarding.
(I really have it at the back of my head most of the time, which makes me want to always keep writing and implementing that one thing I'm thinking about, and seeing what it's like)...though the prototype isn't even playable yet, should be in the next 2 days or so :D
I really enjoy writing in Haxe/NME, but nothing has really come of it. I've tested some Android stuff but that's as far as it's gone.
Myeeaah...if I had to make an app again, I'd probably use Phone Gap next time, simply because NME still has it's quirks here and there. Overall it's nice, and I'm used to it, it gets the job done if you just need basic functions though.