- Name: Javed
- From: U.S.A
- Date: Fri May 25 15:59:42 CDT 2001
- Comments: Hello Paul! How are you doing? I havn't been able to sign the guestbook lately or play the game because i had two projects to do. I just checked out www.harrypotter.com! They have a beater and chaser game. (They are coming out with a seeker and keeper game soon!). It has good graphics and everything but i like your game better.Sadly, i think my parents won't let me buy the full version. ): .While i was in school today, i was daydreaming...Then, i got this great idea for you! You can post adds on the internet for this game. Then when many people know about it, you can make a broomsticks game for gameboy. A gameboy is a hand-held video game made by nintendo. It is very popular. If that succeds, you could make a broomsticks game for Playstation,Playstation2,and nintendo64. Each gameboy game costs $30. lets say there were 1,000,000 kids in the world... You would at least make...$1,000,000!And in the gameboy, there is a slot that you can put a wire in,and you and your friend can play toghther!like a multiplayer broomsticks! I have a few questions to ask you Paul...First, what is your e-mail address?i want to e-mail you.Have you read all the harry potter books that have come out? Which is your favorite?
Do you want to see my webpage? Go to www.kiddonet.com. Next, go to the section called homepages. Next type in (Javiter) in the find homepages box. It is case sensitive!!!!!!!Please check my webpage and e-mail me when you do.
Got to go now. Bye!
P.S:My friends name is Paul too!
P.S: Please e-mail me soon.
Please think of my ideas about the gameboy! I will try to keep signing your guestbook, BYE! Adios!
I'm doing well. :-)
Your idea is good. However, gameboy is a closed platform. You have to pay
a lot of money in order to be able to develop for it. If I do port the game
to a handheld, it will probably be to an open one like the Palm Pilot.
My email address is email@example.com.
My favorite Harry Potter book is still the first one.
I tried the search on kiddonet but it did not work. :-(