I really hope the community grows, I actually love SMBX and I can see it continuing on. I think we (the community) are in charge of whether or not it slowly dies over time. As long as we're willing to put the effort in to make kickass episodes and levels that spark interest or get mentioned, and get it out there via social medias or youtube or whatever, there's plenty of potential newcomers.
Right now I'm actually working on a full episode, I should probably post a level soon, heh.
Natsu wrote:Not just that, many people might have even joint just to gather some material for their own projects which they might even have decided to cancel. If we're going to point out reasons por people to join the forums we would probably have an endless list we might not even finish.
The community will have as much members as it shall, if new members join (and stay active) and the forum starts to grow bigger and bigger means that SMBX has not died yet, because it's existence keeps getting known all over the world (you see, Sednaiur is Chinese (I think) and he's been using it for quite a while). Even if there're no more SMBX releases, as long as the community doesn't die, SMBX won't. That's the strong bond between them both.
^ pretty much this as well.