March 21st, 2006, 02:01 Posted By: wraggster
An entry in the Neoflash Coding Comp, heres the details
Liranuna posted this:
This is my biggest project so far! a COMPLETE RPG Game for the Nintendo DS!
No screenshots can be taken, cause the game uses LZ77 compression which none of the emulators support.
Tales of Dagur
Roll Play Game for the Nintendo® DS™
The kingdom of Dagur is in deep troubles: The holy stone that protects the kingdom has been stolen.
Further more, the queen of Dagur has disappeared. A young lad named Alex is summoned by the king to fix
the situation. Help Alex return the holy stone, find the queen, and by that save the kingdom!
DONT FORGET TO EQUIP WEAPONS!
How to Play:
D-pad - Movement
A - Perform Action
B - Dash
Start - Ingame menu
D-pad - Navigate in battle menu
A - Select
B - Cancel
D-pad - Navigate in shop menu
A - Select
B - Cancel
The battle system is poorly programmed due to the lack of time.
As a result, a magic system hasn't been implamented yet, but i plan to release it after the competition.
The game engine is very sleek and smooth, very customable: just change a few variables, and you are ready
to go with your own game.
This game is not a one man's project. Many developers and game artists had given their hands with this production
from the font tileset to the eyecandy graphics. I thank all the developers and artists who dedicated their time to
improve this game and become what it is today.
Moral support and font tileset: Chetic
Storyboard, Script, & Music collection: RVman
Mapping and level design: Nikolas Lahtinen
Beta-testing: Cameron, Chetic and Nikolas
Special thanks to Rat for the amazing splash screen!
Greetz fly to: The mellow fellows from #mellowdsdev for the great support (No, not including you, laZmike), especially:
natruim42, dovoto, cReDiAr, DragonMinded, DarkFader, [DS]LynxW, pepsiman_, joat, dsboi, DynaStab,
Furre, GPF, neimod, Patater, mic And everyone else I have forgotten (No, not you laZmike!).
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