I know that feeling. I've done it multiple times (not just scrapping it but my files getting corrupted). This is where I would say something smart and add some nice advice but I've always done this too :kaoblush:
@ImaginaryVillain It's kind of funny that as I've always heard people say "oh well I have __ hours on ___ so I'm better than you!" although most of the time it just means people haven't bothered to close it in the background :rhappy:
@Nightblade50 I'm thinking of getting an actual pc at some point (256gb I believe) so when I get one I'll be able to make games again without issues with storage or corruption. However, my budget is quite tight so I'll have to see
I guess this is true. It has taken me a while to understand a lot of the engine and plugins and even a tiny bit of coding! However if it takes about 1000+ hours to learn the engine then I think at that point I might have learned enough by then. Also, half of those hours are probably me just...
Hero: Look, it is Minotaur! M. Knight: Let's go attack it! Hero: Wait, no, it is just standing there!! HUD Display: It is M. Knight's turn.
(M. Knight attacks Minotaur) HUD Display: It is Minotaur's turn. Hero: (Facepalms) Now look what you did! You made the Minotaur attack us!
I really get the feeling I should be doing regular YouTube videos whenever I make something cool in my game, instead of waiting for massive changes. But not going to lie... I always feel like it's never quite enough to merit an update, until it's a drastic change.