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Have you ever created a game in **one hour**? (Not including adding mochi and stuff..) I sometimes do when I am stuck in public transport with my laptop, or just at home, but I never actually upload them or anything.
For me, it’s more of a proof of concept, where I try out new gameplay mechanics or game genres.
The game I uploaded to Kongregate, [Laserball](http://www.kongregate.com/games/JohnnyBohnny/laserball) , was created in one hour.
> *Originally posted by **[DannyDaNinja](/forums/4/topics/324081?page=1#posts-6817433):***
> Me, Feffers and Syurba once did a Game in one hour competetion, it’s intense stuff.
Feffers, Syurba and I\*
> *Originally posted by **[ErlendHL](/forums/4/topics/324081?page=1#posts-6840742):***
> > *Originally posted by **[DannyDaNinja](/forums/4/topics/324081?page=1#posts-6817433):***
> > Me, Feffers and Syurba once did a Game in one hour competetion, it’s intense stuff.
> Feffers, Syurba and I\*
Feffers, Syurba, and I\*
Both are correct, the last comma is optional and can be removed if the meaning remains clear. For instance, the sentence: “My parents, Rodney, and Elma went to a picnic.” would become ambiguous if one removed the last comma. In your case, I think GB15 was just being facetious.
Note: I’m not a native English speaker, this is just the way I was taught the rule.
> *Originally posted by **[BobJanova](/forums/4/topics/324081?page=1#posts-6841442):***
> One hour isn’t really enough to even think through a concept properly.
^ I agree.
Ace\_Blue, I learned you’re supposed to put a comma before the “and.” I think the no comma way is old-fashioned.