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Trystan

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ARRP - Pugnacious Wizards 2 final update: version 1.0
« on: September 22, 2013, 08:49:20 PM »
Pugnacious Wizards 2 - the sequel to the 2013 7DRL - is done. The final version can be downloaded or played from your browser at http://trystans.blogspot.com/2013/09/pugnacious-wizards-2-version-10.html.

Bullet points:
  • There's 21 magic spells with many effects and side effects. None are entirely good, none are entirely bad, none are entirely safe.
  • Quick and interesting tactical gameplay. It only takes a couple minutes to get into it, 5-15 minutes to die, and 30 or so minutes to win a game.
  • It will take many plays to see all the traps, spells, and special rooms in the dungeon.
  • Several "variations" are added each game. Variations affect dungeon generation, enemy stats, and a few other things.
  • My first roguelike game with mouse support!

Even though the game is done (except for bug fixes) let me know if there's anything you do or don't like about it. Or if anyone is ambitious enough to do a YouTube LP on it, that would be cool too.

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Re: ARRP - Pugnacious Wizards 2 final update: version 1.0
« Reply #1 on: September 22, 2013, 09:01:07 PM »
Well done on tackling your goal of taking another crack at your 7DRL project---conquering the past in style.   8)
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Re: ARRP - Pugnacious Wizards 2 final update: version 1.0
« Reply #2 on: September 23, 2013, 01:19:32 AM »
Well done on tackling your goal of taking another crack at your 7DRL project---conquering the past in style.   8)

Thanks getter77! I forgot to include a screenshot showing just how improved it is. Of course you can't see the animations, other variations, and whatnot, but here you go - a crowded crazy pic.