Author Topic: Legend of Siegfried 0.1.1 Released! Linux download now available  (Read 2605 times)

Xan

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Version 0.1.1 of the Legend of Siegfried is released.

Download 0.1.1 for Windows;  requires .NET Framework 4.0
Download 0.1.1 for Linux; requires Mono

Forums are available for bug reports and feature requests on the official site

Changelog for Version 0.1.1

 * Added rudimentary town layout
 * Added shops and shopkeepers, watchmen and commoners
 * Added help message at beginning of game and changed representation of key codes when displaying keybindings
 * Reworked experience system and skill progressions
 * Added flammable property for items (such as scrolls)
 * Corpses now decompose
 * Added force attack command (Tag = 'ForceAttack')
 * Added activation command (Tag = 'Activate')
 * Implemented items that do not generate randomly
 * Various cosmetic improvements
 * Reworked starting equipment; you now start with gold as well
 * Added new content
 * The game version is now shown in the window title
 * Games are now deleted upon death. (they are not deleted on loading because of the chance of crashing)
 * Fixed grammar mistakes with boots and bracers
 * Fixed a bug with saving games
 * Fixed some issues with displaying messages about things you shouldn't be aware of
 * You can no longer drink potions or read scrolls in restricted areas (e.g., the overworld map)
 * You are no longer given the option to load a game if no saved games exist
« Last Edit: July 07, 2011, 06:26:30 PM by Xan »

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Re: Legend of Siegfried 0.1.1 Released! Linux download now available
« Reply #1 on: July 07, 2011, 07:12:54 PM »
Cool!

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Re: Legend of Siegfried 0.1.1 Released! Linux download now available
« Reply #2 on: July 10, 2011, 09:32:37 AM »
One has to wonder whether sat79_smith is even human.

Anyway, I'm just posting here to let anyone interested know that I've started a blog to track progress on the development versions, as well as talk about the game design and goals.

Read it here