It's made without any programming using this app:
... still more games than i have done though :-P
You could have made a useful comment and been polite. Something you could likely consider every time you open your mouth, and I don't mean that in a mean way. Hacker News helped me better modulate what I say.
It was useful to me. I was curious what languages/framework the OP did and I had no idea what scirra was until this post.
> and been polite.
Seriously? I don't see any types of aggression in
> Something you could likely consider every time you open your mouth, and I don't mean that in a mean way. Hacker News helped me better modulate what I say.
This post just reeks of elitism. It's like immediately discrediting a comment simply because of one grammar/punctuation mistake.
Said C coder will be so incensed that they will suffer a stroke, then start speaking in LISP.
I mean, the tool's tagline is "Create Games. Effortlessly."
This isn't an attempt to put the OP down, but let's keep things in perspective.
No software these days is run or built without the help of others. Why make such comment? It is not constructive nor does it aim to develop the conversation.
At any rate, I think that you're so focused on the specific case of the OP that you've missed the point of my post. That's fine. I expected contention over my use of the word "programming", and apparently I should have been more pedantic.
OP said he made 30 apps this year. Which he did. Who cares how he made them.
If he had hired someone out to make them, people would be fawning over him, telling him he's a business tycoon.
I don't understand why you're so quick to try to shit on what he's doing, because you think you could do it in some arguably more "pure" manner, or whatever term you might use.
If you're just looking for an argument, look elsewhere.