28 days ago (Last edited by Joao Pedrinho
28 days ago)
I appreciate your feedback but I am incredibly impressed by your arrogance, as far as I understand you are not in the company to see what goes on inside. Darren is an excellent developer who puts a lot of effort into making the game better. Obviously all developers play the game, not as much as I would like, on that we agree. But right now we need to keep our heads down and focus on what we're doing because we have deadlines that we have to meet.
I agree with you that the developers should play the game more, it's the logical thing to do. But it's completely disrespectful of you to say that someone should be replaced and point the finger at them. Please reconsider your position in the following comments.
Lolita said the same thing I said days ago, using other words, without # and with longer sentences. I don't understand why she can reconsider her position while you didn't give me any type of warning, days ago. You banned me permanently and I shouldn't have been able to write on the forum.
Anyway, trying to be constructive for a moment, I don't understand why you continue making the same mistakes every time. It's always the same story.
Example: New Pc WebGL: You release version 3.600 for...an hour, since the update was not ready (keyboard problems, kers megabroken), and so you released it only for mobile (full of problems anyway).... I cannot believe that nobody noticed those bugs before that day...
The same type of mistake..you released the training button that was impossible to be understood and it was not ready...(this is less important of course)..
What we see: "They didn't try anything before releasing". I ask you, Who is making mistakes? Users that complain or you, iGp team?
If every update you do causes many bugs (example.. WebGL version 3.605 came back to 3.600 randomly(?) before you released version 3.606) maybe you should reconsider something in your work, maybe choosing to fix something before doing something new... And I'm serious in saying this. It's serious advice. I think we all prefer waiting a week, a month more rather than having a broken update...
The question is always the same....are you sure that you test the things a sufficiently high number of times?
Then, after too many wrong updates, I got frustrated and I used bad words.. this is true of course.. but please... try also to understand our frustration...
About Darren (or other devs, it's the same), I don't care too much if he puts lot of effort(but I appreciated this thing because it is the starting point in the world of work) ..But we see facts and the facts are not good... I could also write something about the previous simulator update if you want.. or about advanced strategy.. both things, if I understood well from his posts, concern his fields.
I repeat my point of view, take your time to test more times. You're not wasting time, you're saving the time you have to spend in the future to fix the problems..
Sorry if I sound arrogant, this time it's not my intention.