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I'd suggest you to delete all your previous ****** games/mods and work on something new. Don't delete your profile. You should look at good horror games (excluding Slender) for inspiration and try to learn Unity a lot more. You have the ability to add potential to your games, but you don't do it, that's what's wrong with you.
I'd say you try to learn Image Manipulation, Unity3D programming and develping, 3D Modelling, and other stuff. That'd make everyone happy.
You're just an arrogant little troll.
Let's Played this game for our fan-submitted "Slenderman Theories" series. Youtube.com
Hi, I Would strongly advise you next you make a game, do NOT use copyright material and other games maps, models etc. You do NOT want to create a game like sarcoex is haunted, that game used stolen models without permission. so just think next time.
PS. I Know you're using stolen models, hope you get sued.
Not selling it though. And if thats the case, I will make a brand new game. Or just delete my whole profile. Cause i'm terrible at game development anyway.
It would make other developer's happy. start fresh, new ideas, self-made models, new music, new scares (P.S Screamers a retarded.).
I want to warn you on the Shadows and Water you used on one of the maps of your game (which is awesome btw). You can't release a game with the Unity Pro 30-day Trial. If you do, you can get a 200,000 dollar fine.
Thats if you make money off of it. Aha. I read the EULA.
I want to personally say Job well done
Because I have played numerous slender games that are custom made through unity. You do better than all. Besides the eight pages original :P
Thank you so much! I loved hearing that. You sir, have just made my day! :') IM literally about to cry. No one has EVER said that to me. That my game was good.
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