I'm playing games since I got my first computer, most of you probably never heard of, or saw, a ZX Spectrum
. Playing games like Manic Miner, Jumping Jack was something I did on a daily basis. Also spending quite a lot of time on arcade machines was something I did every day.
Anyway, its not good if you play games when you're tired. So better rest or go out, spend some time in the nature, breathing fresh air. I've heard that there were some rare cases of epilepsy seizures when playing games, others are saying that it hasn't been scientifically proved, but then what is? I personally never had a seizure, however I did experience a post traumatic stress disorder known as PTSD after playing a very popular first person shooter (not going to advertise it here). I lost a part of my memory in particular, could not eat well, etc. Memory got back eventually, appetite too, so everything's fine now, but still, I don't understand why all the FPS are so violent and realistic? Why can't you shoot flowers instead of bullets, throw letters instead of grenades and things like that? We should be all about peace and love and harmony, you know what I'm saying?
That's why I decided to make casual games intended for casual gamers and players interested in fun games, games that would remind people of arcade machine classics, hand-held sympathetic games ... pure fun stuff, something you can play without much stress, no obligations, no blood, no extreme violence, plus something for all ages. At least, I'm hoping to achieve that on a PC computer, its up to you to tell me if I'm going into the right direction, make suggestions, let's work together.