Saturday, January 29, 2011

Quick Screen Shot


Figured I might as well show a quick screen shot of game play from Eldritch Adventures. As you can see, it's all text based. Someone asked about a youtube video, but I don't see the point with a text based game.

17 comments:

  1. ah! I love text based games. I thought I was the only onee... :D haven't played one in years though.. might have to try this one out.

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  2. I have NEVER met anyone else who plays this game

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  3. I've never met ANYBODY who has played this game before.

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  4. Text based games probably stimulate your imagination a bit more...
    I quite enjoy them when I have the time.

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  5. I like the name, and I agree with Zoxii, text based games are great, ahhhh zorc.

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  6. Oh, the nostalgia! I actually wrote a text adventure game back in the days for the C16. It was a year before I upgraded onto a C64. Yes, that's right, the C16 only had 16kB, 12 under BASIC (but it was 3.5, whooo) and in graphics mode you had astonishing 2kB left for programing. If you imagine that those capacities wouldn't even be sufficient for a single .jpg nowadays ...

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  7. Looks interesting, must try it someday

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  8. Call me boring, but text based games don't do it for me! I need to have some sort of image haha

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  9. great blog following
    http://GADAFINY.blogspot.com

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  10. Good call on not making a video for it, lol.

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  11. That's so cool. I had Minecraft in my head the whole time i was reading that. Followeed

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  12. nice blog, looking forward to seeing how this develops.

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  13. I love text games but I have been playings MUD'S for years now.

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  14. thats the most old school game I've ever seen

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  15. I have never played a text based adventure. Ill have to check it out

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  16. I'll have to play this game, seems interesting at the least

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  17. Looks good, will there be a release of it anytime in the future?

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