I agree with Danny. Just finish and design whatever games you plan to do for MMF 2.5. Fusion3 might still be a couple of years away. I'd advise to look at it as a completely new piece of software. It's for Clickteam's own benefit to rebuild from scratch an engine that's been dragged since the days of K&P, otherwise it will dwindle far behind its competition. If that happens, it might not even be affordable to them to continue making click software. They're making the best decision.
People has to understand that MMF 2.5 and Fusion 3 are two very distinct programs. And they can have both.
If you has something to finish with MMF2, you can do it with 2.5 without any problems.
If you want to migrate to the Fusion 3, use the tool to convert for the new program or remake better and faster, so much more efficient.
Whenever there are times that I think my project is not very efficient and flexible, so I delete all events and do better based on what I learned trying.
Sorry if my doubt has been answered in the previous pages...
The MMFusion 2.5 will facilitate the use of multiple instances?
People who are so concerned about MMF3 not being backwards compatible with your old game engines/etc...
You realize you can still use MMF2 or 2.5 right? It's not like Clickteam is releasing MMF3 and you can no longer still work on your old MMF2 games...
I never understand this argument people make when something new comes out that isn't backwards compatible.
Just... keep using MMF2? I don't know why Koji_Kabuto is "scared". Would it be better if Clickteam just didn't release anything new? Then you wouldn't be scared because you wouldn't be getting illogical thoughts about MMF3 somehow taking away your ability to keep working on your MMF2 games.
I for one am absolutely thrilled that MMF3 will not be backwards compatible. I think it should be an entirely new application. Bring it up to the modern game development tools available. Not keep it locked to a ball and chain (MMF2)
But at some point you have to draw a line. Clickteam shouldn't be weighed down with making sure MMF2 works on platforms 10 years from now. You purchased MMF2 to work with existing operating systems. Not every new OS that comes along during your lifetime.
Jeff, how are you guys doing with the list of upgrades and what is the projected date on the 2.5 release? I'm really excited and ready to purchase!!