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So this whole deal, this whole event was about introducing Affect3D’s first animation project.

Yes it was always going to be a little rough around the edges, but it was also going to be my first, and like a girl popping her cherry, I’d be damned if I wouldn’t have at least tried to make it that special moment 🙂The basic premise was awake interest and question marks with the teaser, about a month later show off the trailer quickly followed by the release. I’d kept this little animation project under wraps for a long time so announcing it for the first time was a big moment.

About a week after the trailer I knew I could definitely positively without a doubt release the final title in a week.

I knew there was absolutely no way I could mess this up, so simple even a donkey could make it. and as you may have guessed it bit me in the ass severely.

Credit cards use various types of security codes like CVC2, CVV2, CID, and CSC.

Master Card uses CVC2 and Visa uses CVV2, Discover and Amex uses CID (card identification number) and Debit Cards use CSC (card security code).

I won’t go into too much detail, there are a number of things to announce but of most importantly I’ll be kicking off the Free G4E DLC (for G4E owners), more on that below.

Obviously, the credit card numbers generate are NOT just random numbers they follow some formula to create a perfect 16-digit credit card number. Visas start with a 4, Mastercards a 5, Amex a 34 or 37 and JCB with 35.

Most cards privilege their customers with rewards and offer points on purchase from specific retail or online stores.

There is also a yearly fees associated with certain credit cards, while there are free credit cards also available.

There is a unique number embossed on each credit card and a limit of credit assigned.

The user can buy services and goods with their card and pay interest on the money spent each month instead of paying the complete amount used.

Also a bit scary considering the fact that I had no idea what the reception would be.

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