Discussion in 'Site Help and Suggestions' started by ASSEMblergames_Admin, May 29, 2019.
My god, love that shit
Not sure if you can contact him on soundcloud or mixcloud, but you shouldn't have any issues finding him on facebook.
See ya on the flip side.
If there truly only is a few hours left, I'd like to say thank you, all of Assemblergames.
I look up to this community and I've enjoyed this place since lurking back in 2008-ish. I've seen, discussed and bought so much interesting here, and it's the one go-to site for me these days.
My biggest wish for the future of the community is that we actually do start over, leave all our grudges behind and avoid new ones.
Last attempt... You! Give me a chance to buy the last set of Diablo PS1 dev discs already!
Since we're sharing.. I hope someone else enjoys weird electronica.
Last few hours...fck it.
All join this GTA San Andreas Server--Crazybob's Cop & Robbers [server ip: 184.108.40.206:7777 & 220.127.116.11:7777]:
--This sht been around for fckn 12 years--
What if the site just mysteriously stays up forever? Hmm
I will pay infinite Paul coins to have assembler stay up.
I don't understand why he didn't just put a donation banner up or a charity auction. Other gaming forums do this all the time and no one complains. I doubt most would even care if you pocketed whatever is leftover because running a forum is a pain in the ass, he has to be in his 30s or 40s nowadays. People have junk laying around they don't care to sell and just post lots and people take it and funds goes to the owner, very normal..
Why is there a banner saying it will close in 30 days now? Seems a bit late....
Welp, the end of an era
And no I'm not dead, just busy
Simply put, he doesn't care about the forum anymore. As I've said before (and I'll say it again), I've tried like many other people on here to reconsider his choices, but it will always fall on deaf ears. A charity auction or donation would be great, but what's the chances people will come back to this site? (if in the event it would ever happen?) It would be very unlikely. It's sad to say, but it's the end of an era.
It's been that way since last month. It seems it hasn't been coded to include a timer. (It must be easy to do, but you know, it's Kevin after all. Hahaha)
Accurate, especially the part where the Assemblergames community gathers the dragon balls to resurrect the site, only for Kevin to deny the wish.
BTW wheres the archive going to be hosted? neocities?
OG put this up. Not sure if that's what you're asking
As far as farewells, I'm going to miss this site. It's sad that I really only discovered it right at the tail end. I learned about this site right when all the mods quit, right before you couldn't make an account anymore. So I guess I'm fortunate in a way. I dont really know a lot of you very well, and I know you definently dont know me very well, but I did get to know a few people, like @Cat man .
I appreciate everyone's help with my basic gamecube repairs, and thanks for all the greater work you've all contributed. It's been great.
I'll be serious here, rather than joking around. (I felt I wasn't being too mature in this situation)
This will be where I end my talks and thus, where the road ends, sadly. (in other words, a proper farewell) I became a member of this site back in late-2017 and I enjoyed every minute of it (even if it meant some form of drama emerging. It will tend to happen wherever you go, no matter how devoted you are to a forum. It's bound to happen anyway), learning a lot of things along the way, such as prototypes, development systems, repairs (I've nearly repaired my SCPH-10000 PlayStation 2 from the dreaded RDRAM failure, so thank you to @TriMesh!) and so much more. In a way, this forum motivated me to kickstart my gaming collection and more so, a development collection. (something I didn't think of until joining)
I may not have been here for as long as the rest of you, but I am honoured to say that I felt like I was a part of a huge family and that's quite rare to say. It really did amaze me how many of you were welcoming, even when it was right near the end of this site.
Thanks for everything and hopefully we can meet again somewhere down the track. I'll miss this site immensely. It did provide a lot of great memories, even before I offcially became a member. In a way, it's sad to know that I was one of the last members to register on ASSEMbler (much like Pinta77 and many others) before its demise set in.
RIP ASSEMbler Games
1996 - 29th (or 30th; depending on time zones) June, 2019
with a tear in my eye
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