Game & Modification Development

The 4D Rulers Website has word that the licensing fees for the Amp II engine have been cut in half, presumably part of their recent fund raising effort. Word is: "We just cut ALL our prices in half, and upgraded the professional license package to allow unlimited users per project. So for $1000 bucks your whole team can use the engine and make a commercial game. Also, the upcoming 1.4 version has physics support, which users will be able to upgrade for free. 1.4 will also come with an extensive model and texture library, and our new max 7-8 plugin. Personal use licenses are just $99, perfect for hobby or casual use."
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ok, fine, here ya go...

Man, I just LOVE these posts of 4D Rulers begging for money, over and over and over. It never gets old! There's not a day that goes by that they don't look more and more desperate! Whoo-hoo! I wonder what they'll be pestering us with next week? And how much money they've raised? These weekly updates of how much more money they need are not enough! No sir, we need daily, no fuck it, hourly updates on how much money they still need! That would be SOOO cool! It's 11:39 PM, I wonder how much money they still need as of this very minute?????

Beg! Beg! Beg! Yeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!!!!






Better?

You are still as big of a brainless moron as you ever have been.

Idiocy like yours is actually something worth getting tired of. Not a couple of updates from a company trying to raise funds to make a game.
The Whales name is Bob.
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