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Off-topic (Locked) / Re: Steps to create your own Roguelike
« on: August 11, 2009, 01:37:50 PM »
Ok i don't waste time and do some usefull work:
1) Read all articles on Roguebasin & roguedevelopment pages.
2)Choose  universe, write some plot(my own: no phantasy, no elves, orcks, magic from fingers etc)
3)write desing doc for some basics of my game-what player can do and what not, fundamets of magic system (not ordinary),attributes etc (not complete-i just begin, it's hard to create something original)
4)choose development language - it will be free pascal(easy to learn, paid free) .

So main question is - where i can find tutorials (from niewbie level to imidient) for free pascal and examples? i heard about Valcyrie library for freepascal (used in DoomRL,AlienRL&Berserk RL as i heard) and as i think it will be useful, but again i need some tutors and examples (not for copy -paste  this is bad way of learning).

Please help. Thanks for your's pation. You can call me "lame russian newbie", i understand that i'm really annoing dude with bad knowledge of English language.

P.S. this post dated 07:42:53 but in my local time it's 17: 44 (5:44 PM) - so don't be shock by that i'm normal guy, not a freak (mayby just i little ;D)

Off-topic (Locked) / Re: Steps to create your own Roguelike
« on: August 10, 2009, 02:17:28 PM »
oh sorry, it's my mistake last news is dated May14 2009.Anyway it's GREAT.

Off-topic (Locked) / Re: Steps to create your own Roguelike
« on: August 10, 2009, 06:06:37 AM »
Oh i find something original- roguelike called Incursion-Halls of the Goblin 's King.
It uses rules of D20 system and do it NICE. Bad thing- it's not complete (some prestige classes, some uses of skills) and seems abandoned (site has'nt changed since 2007) and has some bugs too. But in General it really addivtive and i think best roguelike uses d20. Check if interested.

P.S. orc barbarian/priest of Knarash with double blessed orcish axe of undead bane - clean your garden from evil undead. Paid:  2 humans heads per hour.Call 888-888.

Off-topic (Locked) / Re: Steps to create your own Roguelike
« on: August 07, 2009, 10:45:31 AM »
Spasibo! (Thanks!).

Off-topic (Locked) / Re: Steps to create your own Roguelike
« on: August 06, 2009, 08:39:47 AM »
Hmmm... anybody know there i can download some rulebooks or something like that of D&D or GURPS (or something similar). Just for example.

Off-topic (Locked) / Steps to create your own Roguelike
« on: August 03, 2009, 07:34:38 PM »
Sorry for my poor English- it's not native for me.

Little introduction: Hello from cold Russia, comrades! 3 weeks ago i discovered roguelike genre and it was FANTASTIC! Now i can't stop playing ADOM and Dungeon Crawl-Stone Soup (Demonspawn-Chaos Knight of Xom-this is real way to FUN). And DoomRL-ohhh...amazing...double shotgun my favorite (as always 8))
Main part: Now my head overflowed with most craziest  ideas, classes,quests e.t.c. So it mean what i must realized as soon as possible (or my head will blow up :'( ). Nope, i know what programming is HARD JOB (i coding some little games in Blitz3D, using tutors of course ). And i don't wanna create Nethack Killer No 666, my task is humble - train my programming skills and have fun.

So this My Step One-Choosing a Programming Language( why not design document?cos without knowledge of Any programming language - you can't scale your possibility to create all what you desire).
Which is best-old good Pascal or something new?

Step Two-Small, easy start. Create a map (a String array), place a Dude(@),make him walk around this, then try something hard.

Step Three-educate and learn. Improve yours skills and make primitive monster Ai , FoV e.t.c. Try  tutors and sources listen to the forums.

Step 10k- make it coolest game 4ever)

My problem-step One and Three i can't find good tutors. And i known only Pascal (but find Python nice) l need adwise.

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