vegasmike1 said:I think you should expose yourself
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POLYGAMe said:Tee hee hee
vegasmike1 said:Its not about GS, its about your work and your ideas not a cult following of GS.
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gyroscope said:Yup, agreed there! I feel it in my bones that GS will blow Corona out of the water one day...Whoops, starting comparison/fight again... !
synthesis said:GS has a long way to go to catch Corona in the performance and feature depts. The fundamental difference still remains however that GS doesn't require code syntax knowledge. This is their advantage over Corona. But all the other GDK kits are way ahead of GS in the game engine capabilities.If GS can close the gap even just a bit and get some major performance improvements in place and significantly reduce the RAM footprint of its GE...then they have a fighting chance of staying relevant. I hope they do...but other GUI GDK's are on the horizon (ie stencyl, gameMaker, Flash). GS has the lead in the GUI GDK arena...but will it remain? Those other GDKs I mention are GUI based...but offer custom scripting capabilities...so that is definitely an advantage to them once they are mainstream (albeit Flash is already there).
gyroscope said:Hi John; was posting as you posted! Yup, GS is also so damned quick to see results compared with Corona, you're right. I've a good feeling that GS will all come together nicely over the next six to eight months. We all wait to see...
POLYGAMe said:Soooo... where are the links to all the awesome games built with Corona? I've seen their "showcase" page... ahem...
jonbeebe said:I think both GS and Corona have their own audiences