I'm regretting having brain problems and having to leave school --- there are things in my programming that would probably have been helped if I had learned more in school.
So, my previous fix for ICBM's restart problem stopped working. ICBM is like this---- something works, and then after a few tries using it, it suddenly STOPS working.
So, I looked up some more documentation, and now the restart problem really should be fixed, finally. Hopefully that much will be OK.
But I still don't know if there's anything I can do on my end to make the Serval Controller's D-Pad work in-game with ICBM.
Last night I was thinking about what I'm going to do with my gaming "career"/
Even though I ranked as high as 62 and am currently ranked ninety-something with The Bananatree Brothers on the O-Rank --- the sales report only shows 2 sales total.
Something is wrong here. Someone isn't telling me something.
I do feel a bit of a passion for developing video games, and I have another project on my mind that I have felt some drive to start ---- but for this project I'm thinking I'll want new more expensive equipment, and when I don't have the money and I'm not getting paid that much isn't happening.
If I got paid from my games, it would be a lot easier to continue with the fun of development. I could buy the equipment I think I need.
But, because for whatever reason my money isn't flowing, I can't continue.
I would like to pay off debt and buy my own place to live, but not getting paid for past games really doesn't help that especially when I "want" new equipment for making new games.
I suppose you could say I could try to crowd fund ---- but with how I botched up ICBM and other games so badly, it would probably be seen as immoral for me to crowd fund, when I'm not fully educated or fully professional.
I think the best I could have hoped for would be to get paid for the work I've already done, and go from there.
It just doesn't make sense how The Bananatree Brothers could have only 2 sales and yet still rank so well. Doesn't make sense. Where are my reports? What's going on?
In order to continue development of games (and development of my life), I would think I should be be getting paid for my past efforts.
Ugh. Oh well.