Thirty Flights of Loving

Mr.Fishy Jul 16, 2013 @ 11:37pm
Buy and continue buying
Thirty Flights Of Loving may not be for everyone but blendo games has a way of creating games that appeals to small communities that instantly love their games. TFOL is an awesome game to some but others simply have other tastes. Which is fine, the purpose of being indie is that you can make games that only small groups of people will absolutely love.

If you enjoy coding, system administration, terminal work you might enjoy http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2fqvEG5E0jk their next game. You also might think it's bad as people do TFOL. The fact is that blendo games is a fellow indie developer and I completely support them for creating games that they want to create. You might never see them bending over backwards to get the biggest target market or adding multiplayer just because a bunch of suits thinks it's a good idea. This is why I support them, so they will never even have to think about that life.
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TomatoLamp Jul 21, 2013 @ 2:32pm 
That game looks so damn good! :D
Israphelo Jul 30, 2013 @ 10:56am 
you support french scammers
BecksPath Jul 30, 2013 @ 2:16pm 
Yes. Yes to Thirty Flights of Loving. I was glued to my screen, completely swept into it....going to check out ur link for Quadrilateral Cowboy now...thanks for posting it. And I stumbled onto one you may dig....The Novelist. I'm new to steam, so I don't know the lingo round here, but it's in the greenlight hopes and dreams section somewhere :)
Mr.Fishy Jul 30, 2013 @ 6:48pm 
Originally posted by Israphelo:
you support french scammers
how were they scammers?
pdq88bVictor Aug 4, 2013 @ 9:45am 
Originally posted by Mr. Fishy:
Originally posted by Israphelo:
you support french scammers
how were they scammers?

Scam: A dishonest scheme.

The dishonest part was calling this a "game". The scheme part was when they took your money.

If you still do not understand I have a bridge in New York I would love to sell you.
Mr.Fishy Aug 4, 2013 @ 7:53pm 
Originally posted by pdq88bVictor:
Originally posted by Mr. Fishy:
how were they scammers?

Scam: A dishonest scheme.

The dishonest part was calling this a "game". The scheme part was when they took your money.

If you still do not understand I have a bridge in New York I would love to sell you.
I think this is a game. Defining a game, specially because games are seen as art according to the US laws, is particularly difficult. I would say that this is art, I would say it expressed feeling and emotion. I would say that I paid a good price (full price) for what I got, a game, a piece of art that I can experience again and again.

If this piece of art didn't make you experience an emotion, if you failed to see it's beauty then I can understand how you would be angry but it's like buying a food you have never ate before or a movie you haven't seen at all. It has it's own risks. Nothing of how they advertised this product did they over stepped their bounds, they promised nothing that they didn't deliver.
Last edited by Mr.Fishy; Aug 4, 2013 @ 7:54pm
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