Introduce Yourself!

Raseru09

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Hi I'm Raseru. well, actually, my name's really Russel.
I'm a computer science student and  also an practicing artist.
http://raseru09.deviantart.com/  <==This is the link to my art page :D
I hope you could check it out :D
I currently working on this flash game called "Erasers".
which is about Maaggiiic :D
I'd like to learn more about Stencyl so I can finish this game to fill my contentment :D

Mazine

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Hi !
I am Mazine , I'm 13 years old . I started to make some games and I'll share them soon here :) !

Kelton

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Hi there, I just bought the Learning Stencyl 3.x book and I thought I'd introduce myself here.

YodamanJer

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Hello fellow Stenclyers!

I just discovered Stencyl yesterday. I've been programming games for a while but I needed an easy-to-use and fast 2D gamemaker (which, ironically enough, GameMaker sucks for that purpose) that had everything I needed. I think Stencyl will work well for this purpose!

I've been playing around with it for a few hours and already have gotten some great stuff working. I look forward to interacting with you guys on the forums!
-Yodaman Jer

TravisRoot

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Hey!
I'm Trav and I'm the guy making Libra!

19, Comm Arts/Design major. Doing games as a hobby, so far it's awesome. Been working on Libra, my first REAL game, for almost a year now, and I can't wait to show everybody here! Gonna be a happy day when it's done.

Anyway, attached is a little bit of art from the game. Made it today!

« Last Edit: January 09, 2015, 01:49:14 pm by TravisRoot »

ViaLactea

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Hi! I'm ViaLactea, a newbie who hopes to make some good games soon.

I'm also on Scratch! http://scratch.mit.edu/users/samanyolu/ :D

conestabile

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Hello, I'm Gabriele, AKA conestabile (the name of cultural association where I work as volunteer), I am an Italian librarian, trying Stencyl to apply gaming for young readers

KylePreston

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Hey Stencyl,

Such a great community here; glad to join and be apart of it.

How I got here: I've worked on a few small game projects as a composer and sound designer.  Stencyl has made it possible to jump into the creative pool and take an honest crack at building a game.  I've been in love with the  idea of writing music for a game that hasn't yet been made, and then build the game based on the themes and ideas developed in the music. Total experiment, we'll see if it works (might be a train wreck), but so glad to find a healthy and vibrant community here.  Also, the Stencylpedia is AMAZING; I've yet to to experience a dev issue that wasn't already  explained either in there or on the forums. Which probably just means that I haven't even begun to scratch the surface with what Stencyl can do.

TL;DR: So many great projects around here, really excited to contribute to the community.  ;D

edit: too much coffee this morning, corrected some syntax.

« Last Edit: January 11, 2015, 12:00:36 am by KylePreston »
I am an Ambient/Textural/Cinematic composer. Sometimes, for giggles, I write 8 bit music.
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Innes

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Welcome.

Also, the Stencylpedia is AMAZING; I've yet to to experience a dev issue that wasn't already  explained either in there or on the forums.

It's good to read this; there are often comments about the lack of documentation, but I can only assume that comes from people who do not read the available information, or search the forums!
Visit www.TheStencylBook.com - the only published book for learning Stencyl.

NauticalNacho96

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Hi, my name is Noah, I live in Manitoba Canada.
I'm 12 years old soon to be 13.
I just found out about Stencyl less then a year ago and I've been watching lots of YouTube videos learning to make better games!

KylePreston

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It's good to read this; there are often comments about the lack of documentation, but I can only assume that comes from people who do not read the available information, or search the forums!

Yeah, it's well-organized and intuitive. Having a light coding background helps for sure; just knowing to look through documentation and forums as it's usually a safe bet that others have had similar questions/issues. And your book is awesome by the way Innes,  just finished chapter 6, and I've learned so much in such a short time with it; you are a talented teacher sir!
I am an Ambient/Textural/Cinematic composer. Sometimes, for giggles, I write 8 bit music.
Site | Discography | Royalty Free Music

Innes

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And your book is awesome by the way Innes,  just finished chapter 6, and I've learned so much in such a short time with it; you are a talented teacher sir!

Thanks for the feedback - it's always appreciated.
Visit www.TheStencylBook.com - the only published book for learning Stencyl.

superBlast

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Yo, I'm superBlast and I have absolutely too much time on my hands (Nobody wants to hire me for a job and already completed highschool. A NEET for the anime inclined lol) that I decided to try my hand at making games... again... tried before with RPGmaker years ago until I got bored... and no longer felt like finishing my first game even if I tell myself that I'll do it someday lol.

Now found out about stencyl after having a game I wanna make thought up. Though I figure my game would far to much for someone just learning so I plan to make a bunch of random, simpler, yet complete games until I feel ready for it lol. (And I'm not touching trying to make a match 3 game for a long time... everything I do goes horribly wrong lol... except the title screen...)

My only worthwhile skill is making forum siggy pictures from photoshop by editing already existing pictures and I'm not particularly skilled at it either lol. So.... really not much to work with there :P

Currently all I know about Stencyl is what one would get from going through Abigayl's tutorials on the Stencyl TV section.

And.... guess that's about it? Not really expecting much from my game making endeavor but who knows maybe this'll be something I won't get bored with doing for once lol.

porkwaffle

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Hey All,

I've been working as a Software Engineer (iOS & Android) in the US for the past year now.   My background is mainly in Java, C#, C++, Objective-C, and web-based technologies, so when I heard about Stencyl about a month ago and i was intrigued.  I'm excited to start some side projects and see what happens.  If you wanna know anything more just ask!

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choppedupmonkey

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Hello,

I am Jason Mello, I am pretty young and I love making games. I hope to buy studio version of stencyl soon and publish on android. I hope to make some money from that.

Yup,
choppedupmonkey
My name is Jason, I live in America, and I am 18 years old

"Focus more on the product than profit, for the profit will come after the product." -Me