HarvesteR

My farewell to Kerbal Space Program

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Just the best for your future.

Farewell Felipe Falanghe, you leave a deep gap in KSP.

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KSP is an inspiration for young people, who will enrich scientific generations to come.

Thank you Felipe for initiating and designing more than a game!

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Thank you harvester for creating an amazing game :)

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Even though I have been playing only for a short while, its thanks to you that I am able to enjoy such a wonderful game. good luck with your future projects and life in general.

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I was attempting to draw Felipe flying past the Mün on a SRB, but I didn't have a lot of time so here is a (rushed and incomplete) art piece;

 

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Once again, farewell HarvesteR. Thanks for the memories of abusing Kerbals. :P

 

--Fred Cop--

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Good luck @HarvesteR and thankyou! (>200 posts in 17hrs, the community will miss you)

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Wait, what? Well, nothing lasts forever, including the universe... But dude, we'll miss you! ;.;

Anyhow, as @Biff Space says, thanks for all the fish. Considering the amount of time I've dedicated to this little gem of a game you pulled out of your hat, it's safe to say I owe you a lot of metric tons of thanks. So, at the risk of infringing slightly some forum rules, and thanks to my ancestry:

Gracias de todo corazón por crear este juego, fuente inagotable de diversión durante ya muchos años. Ya amaba el espacio, pero KSP me ha hecho llegar a conocerlo de una manera con la que nunca había soñado. Gracias a tí y al resto de Squad, por ponerme en las botas de un astronauta, con el universo a mis pies. :)

 

Rune. And best of luck in your future endeavors, may you have full tanks and shallow gravity wells!

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Lie down, try not cry, cry a lot.

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Thank you for starting off such a wonderful game.

May your pastures be ever greener.

EDIT : Also, cmon people, don`t let  harvester leave without getting him in the rep grand group, give the guy some rep if you like the game!

Edited by John FX

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Good luck to what ever you are going to do HarvesteR and thank you for creating this awsome game!

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Small question, are you leaving KSP development or SQUAD?

If you are leaving to start a new project I think SQUAD will happily finance it.

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D:

Thanks, Felipe. If it wasn't for you and your game I wouldn't be into so many things I am today.

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Congrates and good luck on the new project. I'm hoping it's still Kerbals related even though it's not KSP but trust it'll be interesting either way. 

 

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Thanks for your time on KSP, I look forward to see what your next project might be! I wish you the best luck!

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Good luck in your future endevours Felipe. We are all thankfull for the amazing game/simulator you helped bring into this world.

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Thank you so much @HarvesteR for such a wonderful and mind expanding game.

Look forward to seeing what you bring out next.

Good luck with your future endeavors.

 

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Thank you, @HarvesteR for making this game as not only a recreational device for people, but an educative tool for the future of our civilization.

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I have never been much of a gamer. Sure I chucked enough quarters into the arcade Asteroids game to have bought the machine. I played Wolfenstein 3D until I wore out the floppy disks. Other than that games lose my interest after a couple hours. KSP I have played untold hours (in the thousands I have no doubt). It fires my imagination, works my brain, satisfies my need to create, to explore, and occasionally conquer. @HarvesteR your leaving caused me a moment of sadness and anxiety, then I remembered all the fun I have already had with your game and it made me very happy. I will continue enjoying KSP for a very long time. Thank you! Now go create again!

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Wow... Only thing to say is to wish you the best of luck un tour next proyect and I'll see you there.

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Farewell HarvesteR, you and the team have made a great thing here. KSP is entertaining and intuitive enough to draw in a novice, but deep and customizable enough to give  an excellent  understanding of how real space travel works if one chooses to dig in.  I think the most important thing we leave behind is the influence we had on others, and I'll wager that more than a couple future space travelers (and their enablers) will have started with this game.
And I'll keep an eye out for your next endeavors...

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Godspeed, Felipe!  Thanks so much for the gift of Kerbal Space Program! :)

Edited by Voculus

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