Today we are going to look a bit into the Universe of gaming so it’s a slight twist away from some of the topics I have been putting up in this Comments [RAW Edition] area specifically but it’s definitely no twist on the fact xD. I have always been a creative person and so it was only natural that eventually, I would be a huge fan of games and an actual gamer. I was gaming from since I was 6 years old or somewhere around there, I really liked exciting things and I also really like creating things and gaming is perhaps the most creative medium that exists since it’s comprised of many different elements, from “sounds” to “visuals” to “mechanics”.

Now you haven’t seen much gaming content from me as of late, but that’s only because my laptop can’t handle much of the games these days lol. But I am building up a new awesome computer system and when that’s finished, I will resume gaming alot more and also putting out gaming videos and more programming centered material and topics, but this topic is going to touch on “context”.

Just as with everything in life, context matters and this doesn’t become irrelevant when it comes to gaming. “Context” is essentially what is the “point” of something in a nutshell — so I will be using the “Core Gaming Platform” as an example for this exercise.

Lets ask ourselves, what is the point of having more than one “architecture”?, the point of having more than one Architecture is because of the reality that one size never fits all and so there are many things that have a different architecture for different ways of getting thing done and this is what the “Core-Games” Platform exemplifies — the point of the Core-Games platform is that it’s a different way of getting games created :D.

Most Gaming Engines have been doing things the old-fashioned way for quite some time, but the “Core” platform seems to have “revolutionized” the process of “game development” which is the “point” of it. You may ask “why revolutionize the process”?, this is because in context, game making tools have become far more publically available as opposed to only used exclusively by the gaming industry so based on a much wider consensus of community ideas, they have introduced new ways that sort of providing people with multiple different robust options to practice making games and developing games giving people a ladder, so to speak, from which they can start from the most novice of levels, and perhaps climb the ladder as high as their creativity or ambitions elevate.

So you are no longer have to be a professional contracted by a corporation just to be able to use a Game Engine anymore. It has “extended” now to where almost anyone can experiment with them and have some fun and get as good with them as they desire; it’s no longer a case where they expect everyone to be at the industry level and therefore the programs or the editors are designed with highly technical parameters that only professionals can truly properly navigate.

Since these “technologies” are becoming more mainstream and the industry realizes just how much “creativity” is out there in the community, and the level of interest that is out there, the folks who design these technologies have begun to come up with all kinds of creative ways to “encourage” people to express their “craftiness” without being faced with too many technical trials the moment they enter the realm of game creation. So this in the point of programs like Core, RPG Maker, Roblox etc — they help in being “complementary” to people’s ideas while not letting the technicalities be too much of a roadblock.

When it comes to the “Core Engine”, “RPG Maker”, “Construct 1 – 3” etc, for the most part, they are “playgrounds” that people can mess around with and “familiarize” themselves with the process and the basics, but also at the same time, they are very “flexible” to where people can go up the ladder when they are ready to push themselves even further and also see what else is possible with the technology; this is another “point” of such initiatives.

This is the thing I like about programs like Core, RPG Maker etc, because they allow you to focus soo much on creativity, that you end up being compelled over other ways to try doing things at some point or the other just to give your project or experiment an added layer custom unique appeal, it’s like at some point, I would see myself in an interesting situation where I want to add something very specific to the game, and then I see that I would need to add a bit of Code to do it, and then I would look around or experiment with some coding some more, and then the next thing you know, I am pushed slightly into the coding aspect by just wanting to add one little detail or finishing touch to the game, then I come up with another idea where I want to add something that would give my game or project and extra kick or some pizzaz, and i’m compelled to do a bit more coding and Core also provides the options and the tools to get more sophisticated with my ideas if I think I am ready to step into that area. And this is the thing about programs like Core, they are definitely not to be “underestimated”, because they actually tend to be some of the most advanced and sophisticated programs when you actually examine them more and you actually try to push them.

So this is just some of the “contextual” things to look out for when it comes to quite frankly revolutionary sites, programs, initiatives and do-it-yourself or “all-in-one” platforms like Core, or even website builders like WordPress etc.

The is the “SuperDuper Scribe” yet again — SUPER happy to inscribe relevant values such as: realities, revolutions, and reliability; with stupendous readiness :D

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  1. I don’t have any idea of gaming softwares or coding. But after reading I am glad to know that you are an IT expert who can build and develop computer system. Thats Excellent πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»

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    1. hahaha I know exactly what you mean. Gaming software and coding is a pretty interesting universe to get into, but it’s an area that is kind of fun so this helps you to atually get into it, granted that you actually have the time lol

      One thing I will like to clarify is that i’m by no means an expert, I would be a terrible expert if that was the case hahaha. I just love gaming and playing video games, and over time I came up with ideas for my own Manga and then had an inspiration for making my own game based on that, and this what got me into experimenting with programing side of things, but I deeply apprecite your uplifting words πŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ‘πŸ˜„

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      1. You are able to develop so much, then accept it that you are an expert πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ˜€ have a great day ahead, bye πŸ‘‹

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        1. Haha you are so funny, thanks for giving me smile and I will accept that i’m an expert in your eyes πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚.

          Thank you for wishing me a great day and I wish you are great day too Dulcy πŸŽŠπŸŽˆπŸ‘πŸ˜„

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        2. I hope your day is still going well buddy — thanks for believing in my expert abilities and talents πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  2. Fascinating but then I’m not, and never have been, a gamer.

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    1. Thank you Sheree <3

      Yeah, this recalls my memory to when you briefly spoke about this in your Award post that you did a few days ago haha.

      This makes me doubly glad that you took the time to chack this out, because I know that if you actually wanted to get into it or you have little ones that are interested in stuff like this, the programs that I have mentioned in this topic would be an excellent way to start lol

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      1. I don’t have any little ones but my youngest nephew is a keen gamer.

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        1. That’s awesome to know lol. It may come in very handy and convenient for him now because of the Covid19 pandemic, as a means for him to have something to pass the times with πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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          1. He works for a supermarket so he’s been on the front line and he’s particularly helpful to those in need of assistance.

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            1. It’s good to know that he is out there on the frontlines helping — there is alot of that needed out there, so I applaud him.

              I am technically not on the frontlines per’say but I am looking out people and helping wherever that is possible lol. I hope you all stay safe and I really cherish your insights and dialogue Sheree.

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              1. Thank you and stay safe too

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                1. Thank you, I will my friend πŸ‘βœŒπŸ˜„


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