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Project Spark hands-on - why it's not just for the obscenely

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Project Spark hands-on - why it's not just for the obscenely

Postby Maximus T » 06 Sep 2013, 14:16

It will be great to play in other people's games that they have made, should bring up a wealth of inspiration to make your own. I can't wait for this. This is probably my most anticipated title at the moment.
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Postby ElCritique » 06 Sep 2013, 15:15

Can't wait for this game, I'm planning on putting a lot of time into creating a game(Or maybe games).
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Postby mackered » 10 Sep 2013, 20:05

Hoping for a match made in heaven here. My wife is very artistic (I am not), I am quite imaginative, she, not so much. Between us, however, we may be able to create stuff for our grandchildren (unfortunately we are that old). Also may be a great way to get her into gaming!
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