I recommend stepping away from your current project(s) and doing something really really small.
That "Boom," game that you are working on is, despite being "just a card game," an extremely involved project that is going to require a ton of work (especially if you are wanting it to be networked which I think is your aim). Do something small small; then try and come back to it.
Also something I have seen a lot of people say. Responses are usually along the line of; keep a text file called ideas; any time you have an idea, immediately write it down and then try to forget about it. On a slow day when you really have nothing to do, open that file and see if anything in there still sounds like a good idea. This also happens a lot because adding the final polish on a program is quite arguably the most boring part. No one wants to grind out minimal bug fixes and minor details when they could start that next great project.metulburr wrote:I think another problem i have is i get so many game ideas, that i come across a really good one i like, and i put my current project on hold for this new game idea.
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