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    Game #10 Turn Based Fighter

    This is the 10th game! Each 'turn' all of the units will move in a line, if you run into them you either score or lose, depending on color. Chose your color with the Q,W,E keys.

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    Originally Posted by Throne View Post
    This was quite confusing


    Originally Posted by Throne View Post
    This is really, REALLY fun! Wow!



  3. #23

    Mvp

    Look also at the explanation of MVP in the Cleveroad blog -
    In a simple phrase, an MVP meaning is a product, which includes minimum features, or one main feature. The prototype can be given to a user as a single product. Why we release it? Well, there are lots of reasons, and the main is that customers can start using it before the overall product appears. Thus, a user gets acquainted with the idea or concept of the future, more complex product and even can influence on its development. How? Easily, a project owner collects users' feedbacks and proceeds them. Customers often write what functionality they would like to have in an app or a website and what features are useless in their opinion. So, the overall project is being built in accordance with the users' wishes and needs. In such a way, the product owner can create an app, which satisfies his and customers' requirements.
    Read more at this article - Who benefits with an MVP, minimum viable product as launching pad for startups



  4. #24
    Thanks for sharing/
    We all fear getting started. Stepping forth into the unknown future. Taking the risk of following our dreams. This seems to be the hardest hurdle to overcome. If only there was an easy way to get started, build momentum, and keep that momentum. There is — and it’s called a Minimum Viable Product (MVP). And how minimal should your MVP be? Probably much more minimum than you think. Read the article below on how to build an MVP and play safe.



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