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Re: QM future

Posted: Thu Jul 06, 2017 11:07 pm
by Xter
I go on vacation for three weeks and this is what happens.

I have no comments directly for the future of the game, other than it is 100% Cygnus' creation and property, and he can choose to do whatever he wants with.
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Bossman:

This game is awesome and I love(d) it a lot. Probably the most I have loved a game since, shoot, LEGO StarWars when I was a wee lad.

Keep my email and email me if something happens.
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Rest Easy QM

Xter

Re: QM future

Posted: Fri Jul 07, 2017 8:35 pm
by cygnus-flamel
If some of you do decide to do something i think i could help with graphic related stuff, maybe help with the developing of the system itself but i know almost nothing of coding, just the basic.

Re: QM future

Posted: Sat Jul 08, 2017 8:57 pm
by Mezarim
Depressing. Losing one of the everydays delighting routines which has been living through years. Well, similar happens easily when things are built based on a one man show. That's life and creators may do almost whatever they want with their stuff and other self-evident, but still, this sucks.

Thank you for the game and community, Cygnus and people. Wish I could have afforded you more than just the namelists for the never accepted Nordic Nations (justice has come, for now the whole world ends ~). If you ever will continue this in some other form or something, please let me know. :)

Best wishes,

Re: QM future

Posted: Fri Sep 15, 2017 1:21 am
by blattinum
Cygnus wrote:Hey guys,

Quidditch Manager has been my passion for over five years now and while its features quickly grew within the first years, I simply cannot find the time to work on it anymore.
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With the best of all regards,
Cygnus / André


If you do truly end up closing Quidditch Manager for good, would you be able to make the site game code open source and upload it to Github?

Great site, it will be missed!

Re: QM future

Posted: Fri Sep 15, 2017 6:49 am
by Kelten
Without android app this game doesn't make sense.
In php only way to do that is make backend in Laravel(php framework) with rest api and then handle json's responses in Unity(frontend).

Re: QM future

Posted: Thu Sep 21, 2017 8:34 pm
by blattinum
Kelten wrote:Without android app this game doesn't make sense.
In php only way to do that is make backend in Laravel(php framework) with rest api and then handle json's responses in Unity(frontend).


What doesn't make sense?