Because programmers are like cows!
Okay, not really. Anyway, Gaeel‘s post showing how he voted in round one made me think about how I voted versus how other people might vote. How do you choose? Is it worth voting for more than one theme, really? This is my first Ludum Dare, so… I don’t actually know how each round even works — all I know is that there are many, many themes to pare down.
I kinda voted up things that sound actively inspiring, voted down things that I don’t feel like I want to deal with, and voted neutrally on things that I have no special feelings about one way or the other.
In other news, kinda nervous about doing this altogether. *murloc noise*
I only recently took programming back up again after some years of not touching it. I don’t think I can do anything web based and my computer is currently a Mac. On which I’ve really only been using Python. And I don’t know how to compile executables in it yet because I didn’t think about that until earlier today. I could see if I can get my old laptop running well enough to program in C on Windows, but I haven’t used C in forever. And to top if off, my game may end up being text based just from sheer lack of sufficient skills to do graphics.
Good thing I like adventures. *murloc chorus*