I- I guess, not goodbye then...

that guy2 - Custom level - from Windows
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Um. I guess the game revived itself.
Honestly, I feel like I've squeezed this game for what it's worth to me. I've built machines, worlds, adventures, and poo. I've won contests, and I've lost contests. I've made enemies of my friends and friends of my enemies. What's more, though, is that I've watched this game die.
I've seen the glory days, and when the developers held contests on a regular basis. I've held robot wars 2 in efforts to keep this game alive, when our effort had impact. I tried for a third, and got noo response. I kept trying, and wondered if perhaps the problem was me.
I've lost my incentive here. I'd get excited about any new discovery made or update released, but there hasn't been anything new in years, and I think I've honestly stopped trying to explore.
That thought hurts me because all I can think of is you.
I can't say I've ever seen a better online community than what we had here. We had strife and conflict, but even the most hated figures found their way to redemption. Alas, interaction is reaching a low, and I do fear it won't bounce back. For these reasons, I've moved on.
Thank you for being what I proudly stated as my favorite game for years.
and goodbye.


If you need me, I've found another obscure game to get overly attatched to.

http://store.steampowered.com/app/397100/ --Steam page

http://steamcommunity.com/id/thatisnothowyouuseasemicolon/ --My steam page

https://discord.gg/T4YBPDk --discord where you're more likely to find me. If the people there interrogate you, just say that guy sent you.

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  • Mr_NXT: i absolutisty love machinecraft
  • x32g: @that guy: x32g, of course because I'm just so creative. I have no progress because my name used to be x23g and that ticked me off to the point where I restarted and lost all my creations
  • that guy2: @x32g: what's your name in it?

    i mean

    sorry to see you go
  • Ctjet: @Demon666: it was more with me bouncing ideas off of you but if you are too busy no problem man
  • cswong235: If this game managed to survive when I'm 30 years old, I aspire to be a YouTuber and donate as much money as I can whenever I get famous

    Just saying. You'll never know when I get famous.
  • loveaabb: Nice.
  • Bimbim11: This is actually my favorite game for user-made levels and enjoyment.
  • Bimbim11: This is actually my favorite game for user-made levels and enjoyment.
  • JupiterSky: I have too, just began once again, however it seems I am late for the party, too late, everyone has gone home. But in an effort to KEEP. THIS. GAME. ALIVE. I will tell my friends, and tell them to tell THEIR friends, and maybe, just maybe, we can rebuild the community.
  • Demon666: @Ctjet: sounds interesting but i don't have the time right now.
  • dOUBLEbAD: Additionally, trolls stay out of my inbox. If you do not heed this warning I will backtrack and fry your machine.

    That is all
  • dOUBLEbAD: Additionally, trolls stay out of my inbox. If you do not heed this warning I will backtrack and fry your machine.

    That is all
  • dOUBLEbAD: Life changes. It evolves, in form and function, as well as perception.

    When I first came to Principia, it was from the app Apparatus. Having barely scratched the surface of what the mysterious red balls were capable of, I felt a bit overwhelmed by the complexity found here. Unfortunately, I chose to put it aside. I was apparently not ready for a new challenge. Where upon I resumed drifting in a sea of meaningless apps and games. The search for more became my day to day.

    As it often does, my life began to change in ways unexpected. During the height of a major disruption to my 'normal', I became reacquainted with Principia. It turns out that I had missed the majority of the communities' growth and found it already in decline due to the lack of support from the developers. Many memories were created from my interactions with the members of the community. Some good, some bad. My first interaction was with @that guy: when I made a level in response to one he put out. My first level ever in Principia as well as my first real attempt to expand my horizons was contained within that level. Looking back, it was very crude and lacked style and finesse. Now I browse my published levels and see how much I've grown since then, seeing some very proud accomplishments, but none would be possible without the support of the community. There were some key individuals to whom I found myself following that I held in high esteem. @that guy: @Bobmonkeypimp: @Golden: and so many, many more have brought such joy and fulfillment to my time here. Alas, even my time here seems to be coming to a close. With so many wonderful members having departed already, I feel this to be inevitability for us all. I will still poke in from time to time, but, with increasingly less consistency.

    I wish you all the very best in all of your many future endeavors. Perhaps we will meet up in a new game. Or, if we are lucky, a reincarnation of Principia.



  • Ctjet: @that guy: said it was closed
  • that guy2: @Ctjet: I thought it was a permalink.
  • Ctjet: @Demon666: hey man. It's been a long time. I have a few ideas and I was wondering if you would be interested in possibly helping with them (as in a totally new principia game)
  • Ctjet: @that guy: I feel your pain. Is there any way you could reopen the discord link and send it to me? I have a few ideas
  • Ronan: @that guy: sent you a friend request on Steam as Peanut Butter
  • Ronan: This actually made me cry.
  • Demon666: @BedrockStar: i always have for ideas things to make. i just don't have the motivation to finish them.
    1. doesn't interest me.
    2. thought of it last year. never got around to it
    3. i made a water gun http://principiagame.com/level/11080.
    4. doesn't interest me.
    5. i lost interest in making water based effects after i made this http://principiagame.com/level/12076.

    i have like like 30+ unfinished projects that i lost interest in. and many more concepts that i haven't even gotten around to testing.
  • Coolblocks749: @BedrockStar: Watergun's been made
  • BedrockStar: @Demon666: Why you lost your motivation?
    If you don't have any ideas what to make here is a list
    1.Quantum Computer
    3.Water Gun
    5.Magic Lamp
    6.Dancing Water

    Or if you are very bored go to sleep and back when you will have new idea in mind.
  • Ronan: I remember this game, it was one of my favorites during my childhood. I don't remember why I stopped playing it, I just did. I wonder if I'm ever going to actually do anything in it again. I've grown up, as an aspiring artist, met my boyfriend, and pretty soon I'm going to move away. Away from my memories, my childhood, and probably, this game.
  • HXCTCreations: Too bad this game doesn't get much attention from the public, but this is one of sandbox game im having most fun with. This game has so much potential..
  • gardevoir: I feel so sad i think i have to stop principia even though i started making a Account in principia but back then this game was so fun until i forgot this game i played it again and was exited for a new update but now nothing changed well goodbye
  • Chad64: @Coolblocks749: why did they decide to opensource it? it was ****ing greenlit. the opensource failed anyways. I feel really bad for them
  • amirahmadkhan81: Good bye too
  • Jaegar: Here
  • Jaegar: Try bloons tower defence
  • that guy2: @Coolblocks749: @MARRA92: @Demon666: @JOELwindows7: @Chad64: @Golden:
    I'm NOT supposed to encourage people to join the discord. So DON'T join it. There.
  • Coolblocks749: At least 1 banner ad on the website would work
  • Coolblocks749: R.I.P a game that had potential. Lots of it. Bithack should have put it on steam instead of openourcing it. Wouldve gained some momentum.
  • MARRA92: ex, pc version free, phone version from bithack dont work.... who the hell will do that? its suicidal! alot bad feedback on appstore due to the payable - unplayable version, i mean wtf why they don't do a thing? and ofcourse ppl after time get tired, i admit i want to see a update asap myself that im not a old player i can figure how older ones feel
  • MARRA92: @BloodStorm: as long as they keep it unupdated for half possible players yes, nobody actually want to play a game that DONT WORK, and appstore's one indeed is unplayable.... half of what is happening is fault of that choice, it pretty cause stop incomes
  • Demon666: i feel the same way... i just lost motivation to make/finish anything.
  • JOELwindows7: It's dying. Devs should open offer to good company such as Tiny Build...?
  • Chad64: eh, i don't think the devs have the spirit or will to even atleast make a change to this game anymore, though it's sad to see multiple players losing interest in such short intervals. @Demon666 and @BobMonkeyPimp: don't seem to reply any longer.

    btw cool usernames man
  • BloodStorm: which may help but most likely not enough
  • BloodStorm: they could easily just put adds on the loading pages and starting page
  • BloodStorm: @Golden the Devs are probbaly buisy with work because this isnt bringing in any income
  • Golden: Ah this game is now dying... Devs needs to come back
  • that guy2: @Bobmonkeypimp:
    and there's some others...
    god it's been a while...

    Oh don't share that link anywhere btw

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