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Judas, 3DFreak and everybody out there
« on: April 15, 2008, 03:55:36 am »
Hello,

This is Ren again.
I was never away.
I have a proposition.
Watch this topic.
I'll be back
Just wanted to draw you attention now!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Greetings,

Ran

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Re: Judas, 3DFreak and everybody out there
« Reply #1 on: April 15, 2008, 05:35:46 am »
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Re: Judas, 3DFreak and everybody out there
« Reply #2 on: April 15, 2008, 09:15:26 am »
Hello there I'm Ren and I was here before.
From now on I have some "spare" time and so I'm trying to make a Fantasy turn based "game".
But I'm still in the starting position.

Please download : http://rapidshare.com/files/107661254/wired.zip.html
and look for yourself.
It is no easy task.
Debug is a program I downloaded from the web (You have to start somewhere isn't it)
but it is already modified to work with the arrow keys among other things.(camera)
Debug2 is a the beginning of an editor.
Use arrow keys for some movement of the terrain.
Click on the tiles for identification.

My thought was:
Why not helping out and building my fantasy program and perhaps your machines program at the same time.
They have a lot in common I think?

You know that I always was against using engines.
Why?
Because your not free.
This program is a simple C++ program and is as powerful as sofware and hardware permits.

Am I giving You the sourcecode:
No, because I want to make the program myself and do not want that someone tampers with it.
But when finished it will be freesourced.
And what will be Your contribution:
To help me out when I have a question and to test the program and give remarks if needed.

Am I a fast programmer:
No because this is my first game.

When will it be finished:
I do not know, perhaps never!

And when someone else comes along and programs the thing in one evening:
No problem for me, I will retire, but I will have learned a few things. No regrets!!

You all, look at the download, think about it, talk about it in private or on the forum.
And give me finally a sign
I will look again at this posting at the end of the week.
I rest my case.

Greetings,

Ren

And please no Elvis under my name rather give me jimmy hendrix or jim morrison or a machine photograph.
(I have nothing against Elvis but it is not appropriate)
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