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Posted 10-27-2009 at 05:43 PM byChargh Updated 10-27-2009 at 06:42 PM byChargh
Two years since the last Free Empires source release we finally are able to show the world some of the things we have been working on. Lamp Refugee is a project we started last May to help speed up the development of the Gambas Genie engine, the one that is going to be used for Free Empires. We released the first LR source release yesterday, and there are many new features to the engine compared to previous releases. These are notably map scrolling, building and unit construction, better resource...
Dropbox is a storage application and service operated by Evenflow, Inc. The service enables users to store and sync files online and between computers.Dropbox has a cross-platform client (Linux for x86 and x86_64, Mac, Windows and the iPhone) that enables users to drop any file into a Dropbox folder that is then synced to the web and the users’ other computers with the Dropbox client. Files in the Dropbox folder may then be shared with other Dropbox users or accessed from the web. Users may also...
Finally getting the first minor game in the series to a semi-attractive state. I've got one title screen music track and one in-game music track. I still need to add game-level capabilities (for variable difficulty), to make the interface much more colorful, and to add more words. But everything seems to be moving a long at much better a pace than my previous projects.