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I just want to say that I probably won't be making games on Newgrounds anymore (or at least, I won't put any of the REAL games I had planned on here), as I have stopped using scratch and I won't have much free time worth spending on making games here anymore because of school. I want to mention that you will most likely see me make games again at some point, because I love making games, and seeing the creations in my head become actual things that I can see and interact with. I will probably be making my own games somewhere down the line with more professional programs, strategies, and agendas. I have a personal notebook that I am filling with my own video game concepts, base storylines, and rough game sketches. My ultimate goal is to put everything I have and everything I will have in that notebook into real games that I put my heart and soul into. Expect to see something like this many years from now, after all I'm still very young. If you wish to look for my work in the distant future, my pen name will always be Nuclear Tape.
Thanks for reading this, I'm surprised you got through the whole thing.
If you followed me to see more Loading, Priming, and Firing, I am sorry to say that Uzi was the last one. I will be moving on to developing REAL GAMES with a REAL GOAL. I only made LPFs for fun, and that is still the base drive for me developing games in general. I just have don't fun making them anymore, and at this point I know so many people are sick of them anyways.
On the bright side, the game I have in the works right now is going to be great. I've buddied up with my friend Sean to make a game to be known as "No Job Too Big", and it will be a sort of cross between a shopkeeping simulation, a repair simulation, and "Papers, Please". It'll have a cyberpunk style not unlike Blade Runner or Quadrilateral Cowboy, and will be filled with surprises that will make the game not what it seems on the cover. I hope you look forward too it.
Uzi is coming on Christmas! Get ready!
This gun I am very proud of because I have added features to it's interface that I think that will over make LPF a better series. Also, There is a lost LPF for a Barret M82. It is on scratch, but it is not on NG because it is so bad that it doesn't deserve to be on NG. Here it is: