artonskyblue said:Hahahah I'm not gonna calm down, this is awesome!!!!!! Before we were all furious, now we're all happy!
All my games on Google Play
tshirtbooth said:I have a strange feeling the price will be the same or lower.
SingleSparq said:Quick - someone phone Peachpellen!
peachpellen said:Haha, thanks for sparing me a thought!It's incredibly good news and I'm very happy about it - I got an email from someone here when this thread was posted with a recap and link to it, but I took a little to think on it.I'm thrilled and my faith is for the most part restored; while it's a scary thing and has made me entirely reconsider having all my eggs in the one "bowl" as it were, I couldn't be happier about this. I will continue to use GameSalad and as for my desktop picture, well, it will get some changes to the point that it includes both the GS logo AND the Corona logo.I'll still be sticking with Corona as well, however - I feel it is better for creating certain things and at this stage the end results are typically superior to GS made games, both in performance and in functionality; also, learning Lua has been fun and having come so far I plan to stick with it, and Corona, permanently.This news means two things for me;1) GameSalad isn't going to crash and burn, they changed their minds about screwing over the indies and they are making things right.2) With the last few weeks having been dedicated to Corona and a game well, WELL underway, I feel that I can now broaden my horizons and have the best of all worlds.Really, I couldn't be happier about all of this - for a few weeks there GS morphed from my 2nd great love to a hideous monster, waiting to implode; we were all crushed - but then it really came through.Still, is there any chance of some kind of assurance this isn't going to happen again? At least not for say the next year or so? I'm thrilled I can continue to use GS but my trust is still rather shaken.
synthesis said:I apologize to the GS team on behalf of myself and all if we came across a bit harsh and emotionally charged. We are a passionate bunch it seems...and you mix that with a touch of internet anonymity and you can get an overheated exchange. So hats off to the team and to the COO/CEO for respecting and at some level accepting the community's passionate opinions.