Okay, I JUST posted my latest game in the project section. So, I go to work on it, and then everything on the screen locks up. I closed MMF2 down, and then re-opened it, and I get THIS message:
An error occured while loading screen#1. Do you want to continue loading this application anyway? If you answer yes, the frame will be deleted.
I CAN'T OPEN MY FRICKIN' PROJECT. What the hell? I'm so pissed. This is the reason why I left clicking for two years, because all sorts of shitty errors would happen, and I'd lose something I've been working on for months. Help me.
Fine Garbage since 2003.
-Paying off a massive amount of debt in college loans.
-Working in television.
I don't know my exact amount, they're all over the place! I've got my old laptop's HDD from years ago backed up onto my old desktop, which in turn was backed up onto my new external hard drive. My family's laptop had the games on them for awhile, but when I reformatted the drive, I backed it up to the external drive. It has them on there again, so another backup. My computer right now has the originals, one backup per day I work on it, and a backup of the backup in another folder. Then, I image my entire drive occasionally to my external drive. Now, my newly reformatted ancient laptop also has them on there, along with my sister's old laptop that never gets used. Plus, my OLD OLD desktop (These are all donated, I move up to the "fastest" one.) also has some of my first click games, which have been copied all over each computer. And my brother's desktop had them on there before I knew he was going to take it from me. :| They're probably lurking on other forgotten computers and drives from eons of copying and computer hacking and whatnot. Ah, nostalgia... Needless to say, the .gam file is a very prevalent extension in my house.
Most of them except for my daily backups and drive image are old, though. And when I can finally afford a new laptop, they'll be on there too. In fact, any and every machine, whether it ends up getting used or not, gets the whole GFactory folder copied to its drive.