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Full user review
"Fun, Easy, and User Friendly Game Development at a low price! Part 1"
If I had the time or attention span, I would write a bible in praise of Multimedia Fusion.
2004. I had been searching for game development programs for a year and a half. I was ready to tear my hair out (and I have a lot of hair, mind you). But then i was on a graphics resource site (reinerstileset.de) and the guy who owned a website had a link on his weboage to the MMF website because he loves the tool, too.
After reading the information on the site I instantly literally jumped out of my seat and ran around my block screaming my cry of victory. (No, I really did.) I downloaded the trial afterwards and made 3 games with it before the 30 days were up. As soon as it expired I ordered the Home Edition (I didn't have enough for the $300 Pro version) I had a fast delivery too. The cheapest shipping auction got from France to my house (in Connecticut) in a week. And I thought I couldn't be any happier. The First thing I did was I compiled my games into exe's(you can't do that in the trial version) and made installers for them. I gave them to my friends and they said that I could have sold these (but I didn't because they're all arcade games).
The only thing that I would like is that there was a way to upgrade from Standard Edition to Pro (Pro has support for making Trial versions of your software) so for you who are intending to buy MMF, spend an extra $200 and buy the Pro version.
tell me if my review takes up 2 pages.