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comment Porting Ruby/NCruses Rogue-Like to .NET and FlatRedBall
I'm upvoting this because libtcod is an excellent library for cross-platform console applications (particularly roguelikes), and the original question didn't have the clear "No console-like engines" requirement that was added later.
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answered Managing multiple references of the same game entity in different places using IDs
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comment What things should an indie game developer never do?
There was a question on here about "What should my game engine library have" and I thought the very best answer was "It should have all the parts you needed in both your first and second games."
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comment What makes Minecraft so great?
+1 Personal stories is a great way to put it. Games with good personal stories, I find, are often very popular and wonderfully replayable. And make great pub talk!