I got up around 5 am to be ready by 6 to get on the bus, which was partially because I lived super rural and the bus route probably took like 30 minutes. @_@
To add to that, there are many reasons you might want to make a game without programming. Maybe you've never made a game before, making a game using these is a good learning experience because it teaches you about the stages of making a game in days or weeks without a huge hurdle that might make you quit. Maybe you're an artist, animator, sound designer, or anything else, you might want to make a game that uses that skill, without having to learn to program as well. Also, you can use these programs to make a quick prototype of a game idea before you actually make it.Agreed about games! Even if you don't need programming for making a game, you still have tons of work to do. You need art, you need 3D models if the game is in 3D, you need storyline, you need game mechanics after all! And saying a person that his game development using Unity or any other pre-made engine is something bad... Well, it's the same as you would tell a writer or blogger that they should use their own coding instead of Microsoft Word.
Maybe they have a fetish for grossing themselves out? :3People who ruin pretty or cutsie feral characters for themselves because they, through their excessive porn hunting, stumbled over lewd feral art, shouldnt be trash-talking feral art when others bring it up.
Don't be a dumbass and look at porn of something and complain that you're severely grossed out afterwards.
Oh, I have another one!
I think some spiders are cute. No, really!
I think the little fuzzy jumping spiders are certainly pleasant to look at