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Stargazer

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About Stargazer

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  • Birthday 02/07/1985

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  1. Has anyone said on a Möbius strip yet? Failing that... How about the insides of a Calabi-Yau manifold? Six curled-up dimensions to play with! Can't fail! ^.^
  2. Has anyone said on a Möbius strip yet? Failing that... How about the insides of a Calabi-Yau manifold? Six curled-up dimensions to play with! Can't fail! ^.^
  3. Started. u___u sorry, friend. Aww. My bad. Oh well, great episode anyway! :-)
  4. Amazing and brilliant episode as always! But wait... At 24:32... Did Tim just say "Brutal Legend 2, we're starting working on that". He did! Didn't he? My my! The future is certainly rockin'! Both because of Reds, and that. ^.^
  5. Thanks for the great update! :-) I hope you folks will post some of these videos over at Kickstarter as well, since a lot of people may still not have an account on these forums, and would rather get their updates on Kickstarter than over here. Plus, those updates would automatically turn up right in their e-mai inboxes. Oh, one thing for 2PP: You might want to have a look at your old Mojang documentary project page. There are some minor flames starting to brew in the comments section and chats, and I would rather someone dosed those before they grew any larger. I know you folks have a lot on your plate right now, but it could be smart to put out a small update just to say you are still alive, and not yet completely assimilated into Double Fine's and Michael Jackson's Zombie Clone Army of Doom. ;-)
  6. My Kickstarter history can be found on my profile, here: http://www.kickstarter.com/profiles/journeyman/projects/backed
  7. A kinda belated congrats from me as well! Awesome job application! :-)
  8. Not sure if anyone has posted this yet, but the Wasteland 2 crowdfundng campaign has ended, and they will still be allowing new backers to enter through PayPal throughout the development period. They even open a store where people can buy access. As far as I can see, no-one (or very, very few) complains about that decision. Personally, I'm all for it. I think people worry too much over something that isn't really a problem. Indies have been doing this for years already. In fact, pre-orders through PayPal is pretty much expected in this day and age, and DF would be missing out if they don't do it. Actually, I would recomend Double Fine also open a donation link, where we can give any amount. I don't know about you folks, but I would like to give Tim & Co a monthly bonus for their hard work.
  9. Personally, I paid for a game made by Tim Schafer, Ron Gilbert and the other totally awesome folks at Double Fine; not one made by their fans. I say we sit back, relax and enjoy the show. Unless we are asked to do otherwise. This is Double Fine's baby, what they say goes without question. In my opinion.
  10. Actually, I really hope they do profit from it. After all, Double Fine was in a rather tight financial situation when they launched the Kickstarter; one of their projects had to be cancelled, and a whole team almost had to leave the company. If they don't profit from DFA, they'll be right back to where all this began. Sales and big moolah might not be the main focus or intention behind the project, it is nevertheless what they need to get out of it.
  11. Hmm, I think we need to classify him as a class of his own. So, in my opinion, he is either: 1) A God 2) Schaferfish or 3) Homo Sapien Schaferius. Decisions, decisions... ;-)
  12. This thread is rather salty. I rather like cod. The king of the northern seas. Yes, the fish. Not the game. Edit: ...Actually, come to think of it, I think Tim needs to be considered a class of his own. Therefore: Schaferfish! :-)
  13. I would expect more of a focused epic rather than epic sprawl, think something similar to Day of the Tentacle - 4-6 hours, depending on playing style. I would be very, pleasantly surprised if DFA is longer than seven or eight hours tops. No matter the length, you can be sure it is pure quality throughout! :-) Edit: In the end, it is going to be as long as it needs to be for Tim and Co to tell the story they want to tell. Works for me.
  14. Thanks for the great news! There is no rush though, so just take as much time as you need. :-)
  15. Jane Jensen can have my money. I do have to sacrifice a part of my contribution to LSL, but you know; ladies first. ;-) Besides, I love Gabriel Knight!
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