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Yes, it is illegal to show/wear those symbols in public, but in movies etc. there seems
to be no problem...for example the movies Valkyrie or Schindler's List were (at least partly) filmed in Germany.
I guess it has something to do with freedom of art or something similar.
Game as in board game or as in videogame? Writing a game can be very taxing, I was writing a campaign with very specialized rules for my party and incurred in a total writer's block and a lot of mental blocks after 2 months of almost exclusive work on it.
When we'll move onwards in our ongoing campaing (now on hiatus) I will finish at least the first piece of it so that it could be played. Let's see how these PCs will fare when outfitted with stnadard weapons and drafted into service in the worst naval assault D&D history ever saw. Basically June 6th 1944 in Sword&Sorcery environment.
I would love to, but Mickeysoft pulled the rug away from under our feet by quietly letting XNA die. We now have MonoGame, but many of our resources and all but the most basic shaders will not compile anymore or produce nothing.
"I don't know, extraterrestrial?"
"You mean like from space?"
"No, from Canada."
If software development were a circus, we would all be the clowns.
Thanks for posting that link. I have the paid-for version, so I don't get ads, but I did get that appalling battery charging app that took. My 'phone spends a lot of time plugged into the PC USB for app debugging, and every time I brought the 'phone out of standby, I didn't get my usual status message (missed calls, messages etc., I got that stupid blue battery charging screen. I just didn't know it was a virus from ES.
Now it's all gone - so that's three European beer tokens I won't see again.