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November 22nd, 09:56 AM
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@metatarasal:
Do you ever have that feeling when looking back at something and it kinda embarrasses you a bit because you've grown older (and possibly a bit wiser too)? That's kinda what I have when looking at my old DMODs. I wouldn't write anything nearly as cringe worthy as some of the things I've released in the past, or so I'd like to think anyway. The latest version I have of Paninga is a backup I made on the 27th of June 2011, with the majority of the work being done well prior to that...

I think Paninga had quite a few good ideas, but it also suffers from some sub-par execution and really cringe worthy quests.

Well, you've clearly uploaded a number of dmods that were well received here on the DN, so maybe you are being a bit hard on yourself.

Besides that it's... Very unfinished. Here's the view of the map, the areas marked with red are the areas where a lot of work has been done, but really only the top left part is finished.

We have a whole section of unfinished dmods. You can always upload yours, along with an invitation to others to finish it, and perhaps someday, someone will do just that.

Everything else has content, but can't be finished yet...

It "can't be finished yet"? What does that mean? Have you run out of variable space? Do you need more dink.ini entries, but are unable to add them due to some limitation of the Dink Engine? IMHO, most dmods can certainly be finished and if your history in dmods is any possible judge of things, I'd say yours are probably worth finishing.