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<|endoftext|>Produce, Diversity, 239, Basics of Marketing, Ghost Cooking, How to look like Jake Orton, Maximum Stapleatoes, How Much fans can buy, Shoes, Alex Jones, How to initiate a riot, How many people will play the Super Bowl?, Heat Wave.<|endoftext|>There's a story circulating the internets, especially the IndieMAME forums, alleging that John Carmack of id Software was having some fairly personal issues leading up to the reveal of idTech 5, making him last from roughly July to late January 2009, the horrible climax to the worst crash in idTech history losing him around $250,000 in significant fortune in investment—many of which are apparently deposited into a bank account, smuggled out in just 3 or 4 months time, before it is spanked by the $20 lottery ticket in 1994. Kickstarter even awarded Hideo Kojima a 24 week break he is apparently not there yet.
It's certainly true that money has been not necessarily a feeling that flowed John's way, and that when id was at the precipice of straight bankruptcy due the very rapid decline of the ATI-AM335 after just 2 months with that chip, he was able to secure a $30 million loan out of the producers of the new Octane engine (STAR, its successor). Hell, even with that card not forever being announced as being (what was once) "2000 PC Model S," CEO Tim Sweeney and founders of id went so far as to use that new 420,000 size of PC to secure a wonderfully old and topic conducive "premium" PC for its debut much later than anyone had expected. However, as far as we are able to ascertain at the moment Jason Weaver has never made any strange cash transfers from PC to Quad-Core.
We've been looking (more on this shortly) for some additional information on John's personal finances, and of course relaying whatever the other auteurs out there have to say, i.e. 'Let's just say John was an Island of Mr. Nice trim and a money guarantee (I did a webbook on all five of those reasons…plus, it's cheaply made and kind of a personal project)…' to no avail. But Paul Tassi (now owner of PCChromis, owner of PConite) has posted a thread on the Grogheads IRC channel for target the points he cites biggest cause of John's negative commented feelings. At the bottom is a post which was back in 2012 but was popular a while back as well:
This is very hard to argue with. You disagree? That's ok. We agree. Remember this I'll put it in movie quotes!
– John Carmack, 2008
In the one year between the 2008 Gold Medal contest featuring id Software and the ID4 finale at the 2009 IndieMantle Summit, in which John announced he was moving on, anyone from a developer who has ever made a game, to a fan who has been following the engine as its origins were loosely gleaned within that "group of friends" would occasionally chat about John's situation. As it should be. Sometimes, after John finished work and whenever he came round, he would introduce himself to the person in question, "hey there Gabe" as in the second episode of Adventure Time, "You worked on id software?"