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Robert P.


Foothill Ranch, CA
Hometown: Foothill Ranch

Member since:

January 24, 2012


What do you hope to learn from this group?

Programming and problem-solving, mostly. Seriously. Knowing what needs to be done is the most necessary thing toward actually getting things done. Regardless of the task.

What can you contribute to this group?

Until I REALLY know what's what, pretty much just a fresh perspective.

What are your core strengths/passions/area of expertise?

Strength: Logical thinking. Logic paths are a bit different than other people's, but hey. Passion: Fiction, particularly Science Fiction. The possibilities of the future are too wide and too important to ignore.

What is your favorite video game/ mobile app?

3D Attack Chopper 2, by Adam Schmelzle, for J2ME. Yeah, I know. A phone game. But it's REALLY good. Oh, you want a "real" game? Ok, Metal Combat: Falcon's Revenge, by Nintendo, for the SNES. The sequel to Battle Clash. Yes, a Super Scope game. Look, that game IS the realization of the full potential of the SNES and Super Scope. It's the best lightgun game ever, and definitely one of the best games on the SNES.

What is your email address?

Samsung ATIV S Neo for Sprint. (I also have a Nexus S 4G that isn't activated.)


Games, games, games. Yay games.

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