Technically you could make this without actually needing to make a cryptocurrency from it. I’m A Grumpy Old Lady If You Don’t Want A Sarcastic Answer Don’t Ask A Stupid Question Shirt. And the person pays them in “exposure” by continually advertising their received product. Until the artist breaks a certain amount of followers. So if the artist started with x amount of followers. The purchaser wouldn’t stop providing exposure until they reach y amount of followers for the one. Commission without needing further work done for them or asking for other products until the debt is paid. I’m just finishing up making my first video game. I’m nervous lmao
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I make TTRPG systems for my friends to play and I go through thousands of on-paper “play-throughs” (calculations really) before I put it in front of them. Obviously this doesn’t work well since TTRPGs aren’t as “fixed” like a video game. I’m A Grumpy Old Lady If You Don’t Want A Sarcastic Answer Don’t Ask A Stupid Question Shirt. When I do repairs on the system after actually playing it with them, I go through the same process again. One of my systems is on its third build and regardless of if playing through on paper is the same or not. They wonder why I’m burned out on that system. That said, I enjoy playing with them, but oof I have gotten so done playing the same game over and over and over again.
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I’m the opposite lol. Writing and testing games I’ve made has made me like games even more. I’m A Grumpy Old Lady If You Don’t Want A Sarcastic Answer Don’t Ask A Stupid Question Shirt. Little touches that people loved until the day someone saw their name in a back alley (they were shady as fuck). Sorry not a gaming person, but reading this, I would assume from what he is trying to say, it might sound like the game advertised ‘a certain plane in a plane game’ (I should have researched the game) when it first got released, people paid for the game, but it actually took 3 years for something advertised in the paid-for version to get into the game? If that’s right then as a customer that does kinda suck right? Maybe the game isn’t like that.