Category Archives: Screenshots

Phat Lewt

Despite not having a post for awhile, I’ve been very busy on the game! I’ve been updating the progress page with various bugs and issues. There’s a LOT of code to test and fix; in particular I know the FX … Continue reading

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Work in Progress

Quick share of some screenshots of where I’m at… So initially I got a nice video garbage screen when going to combat. Lots of bugs with functions not returning to the caller, workspace overlaps, and video buffer overruns. After getting … Continue reading

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Battling Bugs

Okay, a couple new things… One, after all the excitement and talk of the latest expansion for World of Warcraft, I decided to renew my subscription after over four years just to play a bit. I have two and a … Continue reading

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Now serving Monster #43…

Made a nice push and got a LOT of code work done. All that’s really left in the Combat module is alteration spells (which requires retooling them for the new data design, as well as adding some new stuff like … Continue reading

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Working On It

Another quick update… It’s been a busy couple of weeks, and at the end of this week I’m going to ACE Comic Con in Seattle, so it’s going to stay that way! I’ve been working on the dynamic battlemap generation. … Continue reading

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Character Resume

Continuing to work towards the big demo at Fest West ’18… I’ve gotten far enough with my testing of the travel and manager systems I think I can safely stop testing there and see if I can get the combat … Continue reading

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Slants and Wraps

It was a frustrating weekend filled with regressions and complex problems to solve… The travel module is by far the oldest code in the game. Iterations of it go back all the way to 2005. As a result, some things … Continue reading

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Stop and Go

Debugging in assembly language is rather like being a plumber… You have this pipe, and it’s full of gunk, debris, hair, and other bits of nastiness. It also has various redirects, T sections, valves, and  a bunch of other things. … Continue reading

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Happy New Year

Happy 2018 everyone! I didn’t get quite as much done as I’d hoped, but I did make some significant progress on the CRPG. I finally finished the title screen! I may still go back and tweak it a bit later, … Continue reading

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Picture Perfect

The work continues… I absolutely intend for this game to be finished and complete in 2018. It’s amazing how many different pieces and parts need to be completed though to make that happen. Right now, I’m working on something I’ve … Continue reading

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