SDL Dungeon Game

I have released a new version of my 3D dungeon-crawl game,
cleverly code-named ‘Dungeon Game’. This version fixes
some Win32 stability issues, as well as adding many new
improvements.

The game itself currently consists only of exploration,
as no combat is implemented. To get more information,
see screenshots, and find out what’s new in this version,
please consult the web page at:

http://tempusmud.com/~jwatson/sdl-dg/

The game currently runs on Linux and Win32, and binaries
are provided, as well as the source, if needed. I would
be pleased to hear how the game runs on your platform!

JW–
// John Watson
// Software Engineer – STScI Archive Team

Hehehehe, very nifty. I went to your siteand had a look at shots, and
I’m impressed. Looks to be spankingly cool :slight_smile:

Unfortunately, I didn’t have time to grab the files and stuff, but
that’s at the top of my todo list tonight. Just looking at the shots and
reading thru all the intro docs and stuff have me a few ideas for stuff
you could implement in your game, if you want to. Hehehehehe,but, it’s
your game, so, You Da Man! Anyway, if you want, I spout out some of the
ideas. Ha, spout. That’s prolly what I will do :slight_smile:

Cheers

John Watson wrote:> I have released a new version of my 3D dungeon-crawl game,

cleverly code-named ‘Dungeon Game’. This version fixes
some Win32 stability issues, as well as adding many new
improvements.

The game itself currently consists only of exploration,
as no combat is implemented. To get more information,
see screenshots, and find out what’s new in this version,
please consult the web page at:

http://tempusmud.com/~jwatson/sdl-dg/

The game currently runs on Linux and Win32, and binaries
are provided, as well as the source, if needed. I would
be pleased to hear how the game runs on your platform!

JW


// John Watson
// Software Engineer – STScI Archive Team


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