Anonymous asked: Excuse my ignorance but are openGL games trivial to be ported to linux, since openGL is cross platform?
When talking about doing anything in Linux, the word “trivial” should never be used.
nahual6 asked: What are your honest thoughts and opinions on Phil Fish in general?
He’s a dude that makes games that everyone loves to talk about.
ikeruga asked: Who would win in a fight: Casey Muratori, Jeff Roberts, Jon Blow or you?
I think Jon Blow and I would fight with Honor….I dunno about Jeff and Casey. My gut says they’d fight dirty.
Anonymous asked: My mom only gave me enough money to preorder 4 copies of destiny but I have 5 friends I want to play and when I tried to explain to her how much of a cunt she was being I got grounded and only enough money for 2 copies of destiny :(
Hahahaha, usually I just delete stuff like this after laughing at it, but this is too good because I KNOW IT FUCKING HAPPENED SOMEWHERE.
Anonymous asked: Do you get a weird sense of nostalgia from watching the movie Hackers, even though you know it's all ridiculous?
I didn’t watch the movie when it came out and tried to watch it for the first time years later. I couldn’t get into it.
Anonymous asked: What did you think of the Destiny Beta? (Btw they're serious cunts for only making the beta available for people who pre-ordered the game, until the final day of the beta. Yes this has happened in the past, but not with only allowing those who haven't preordered the game to just have access to it for one day. It used to be two weeks! One week for those who preordered, another for EVERYONE. FFS.)
Are you seriously bitching that you only got to play a free game for only one day because you didn’t preorder it? Listen to yourself.
critical-wit asked: I imagine it must have been pretty overwhelming to go from the lifestyle you lived before Super Meat Boy's release to the one you live now after its release and success. Obviously, you and Ed worked incredibly hard on the game and deserve every penny earned. When staying motivated to finish the game became difficult, was there some small part of you that told yourself that a game this good wouldn't fail in order to keep hope alive?
I didn’t need motivation to finish the game. It was hard but never once did I think about quitting it. It was more like something I had to do and not something I chose to do. To be totally honest and it’s going to sound super cocky, I knew the game would do well while I was working on it. I knew the game was good. I didn’t know it would do AS well as it did, but I felt like it had a good chance to be liked by tons of people and make me a comfortable living. I had my worries, of course, but overall I knew it wasn’t going to flop. The only time I had my doubts was on launch day when Microsoft totally dropped the ball and didn’t deliver any of the things they promised. Even then, I knew that it would make money, I was more disappointed that they didn’t deliver on any of the things that we agreed to and worked our asses off for. So when I saw the sales I KNEW they should have been higher and I knew the other things (which we still can’t talk about) were happening and that felt very crushing.
So no, I never had to get motivated by trying to reassure myself that what I was doing was good. I always knew it was good and I was always motivated to finish it. At the time, working on SMB was literally the ONLY thing I could do. I had no contact with friends except for Ed, I had no social life, I had no money, I had no hobbies, I had no free time I only had my work.
Anonymous asked: Do you still go every morning to the convenient store and buy a diet coke with your credit card?
No…and it was a coke Zero.