My name is Mike, and I am a programmer and designer for Grand Heist, an indie game being developed by Grand Games. I program in C++ and UnrealScript most of the time, but do some Java programming on the side. The engines I have experience working with include: ~Unreal Engine 3 ~Source Engine ~Torque Game Engine Advanced ~Cryengine 2

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jjawinte Apr 21 2010 says:

Not much to them anymore is there ? I think I see where your going with this now. Are you also going to do your own artwork ? I'd love to see the end result.

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infl1ct1on Apr 22 2010 replied:

Nope, it's so simple to get these things up and running now-a-days. The complete wiring only took a max of 10 minutes.

About doing my own artwork.. I haven't decided yet. I mean I'm not too good of an artist and I may get some custom artwork done or something, but it's not definite yet.

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In case anyone is curious, what it looks like underneath the control panel. These buttons have microswitches on them, which connect to an interfacing chip (Still waiting for mine in the mail) and the interfacing chip plugs into the computer in a PS2 slot or a USB slot.

Basically, the interfacing chip just converts the buttons to keystrokes, so it acts exactly like a keyboard.

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