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Zimond 08-27-2004 10:40 AM

Another shiny Point & Click Creator
 
For those who like adventures and would like to make their own :

Today i have released my point&click editor for creating classic 2d point&click adventure like the ones from lucasgames.

here is a feature list :

-Resolutions : 320x240, 640x480, 800x600.
-Filetype Support : Bmp, Jpg, Gif, Png, Wav, Mp3, Ogg, and all moduletracks.
-A usefull scripting language that allows you even to make minigames.
-Creates stand alone games.
-Of course you can add speech to your characters.
-Can also be used for making games like myst without characters.

You can get the editor and a short demoadventure under :

http://pacdk.gamezworld.de/english.html

RLacey 08-27-2004 01:18 PM

It's always nice to see another design kit for me to mess around with :).

On a different note, the menu system for your site doesn't like Firefox - you get the image as a REALLY tiny one.

Do keep us updated on things :).

Vel 08-28-2004 09:24 AM

Looks nice, I downloaded it and played with it a bit. I think that while not as good as AGS or WME it has its pluses, and I am sure people with modest programming abilities should try it, since the language is simple. Great work, I wish you success in the area of game-making.

Zimond 08-28-2004 10:52 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by RLacey
On a different note, the menu system for your site doesn't like Firefox - you get the image as a REALLY tiny one.
.

Corrected ;

jannar85 08-28-2004 11:09 AM

I couldn't find a menu or anything.... Everything I saw was a counter, an image with a x on it, and this:

Quote:

27.08.2004 : PaC-DK Online and released!
Hallo and welcome to my Point&Click DK site. If you are a Fan of the good oldscool point&click adventures you are right. The PaC-DK Editor allows people making their own classic 2D-Adventure without having to code an own engine.

You can now download the editor (english manual incl.) and a demoadventure for the editor. I hope that in future i can fill the GAMES List with your products.

Have fun, Zimond!

Zimond 08-29-2004 01:58 AM

what browser do you use?
does it have Flash6 Plugin installed?

Zimond 08-30-2004 12:27 AM

for those who got an error message in the demo "2,5 ist keine gültige gleitkommazahl" please download the demo and the editor again, sorry.

There was a critical bug that only appeared on non-german systems... it should be solved now.

jannar85 08-30-2004 04:52 AM

Oy, the school computer can't install flash because of the administrator rights. It would be nice to have a non-flash site as well, or something.


Or a direct link :)

g2-man 08-30-2004 06:10 AM

Try this:
http://pacdk.gamezworld.de/download_en.html

Zimond 08-31-2004 03:21 AM

Btw :

Quote:

Originally Posted by Vel
Looks nice, I downloaded it and played with it a bit. I think that while not as good as AGS or WME it has its pluses, and I am sure people with modest programming abilities should try it, since the language is simple. Great work, I wish you success in the area of game-making.

Actually i have never really tested other adventure creators because i wanted to do my own stuff without having other tools in mind :)

But now since its released it might be some good time to compare so :

If you would like and if you have some time (not today, i mean in the next weeks) you could tell me about things that are not as good as in WME or AGS and about the pluses you mentioned, so i know what things should be included in future releases.

Greetz, Zimond.

Vel 08-31-2004 06:16 AM

Dude, sorry, I don't have the time to test your engine that thoroughly - you can check the feature list at those other engine's homepages and compare, though. Good luck!


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