Author Topic: The Forgettable Dungeon: Statue Tier Collection, and Steam Workshop Support  (Read 236111 times)

with those new sprites, attacking is going to look awkward
change the sprite so it actually faces the direction it's going in

with those new sprites, attacking is going to look awkward
change the sprite so it actually faces the direction it's going in
Maybe he did and he's looking at the screen in the screenshot.

So will this game be under the "1-Step games (or Step-1 games)" company?

No this will be under my own company step 2 ????.

Looking good! Can we host servers now?

When this is released you will be able to host your own server.

i will fund the creation of step-2 games

Why the RotMG sprites? Well, aside from that, can't wait to be able to play this game again and host my own servers! Also, liking the GUI.

i can't remember, was the first version of the @team released publicly, or was it only given to a select few?

i can't remember, was the first version of the @team released publicly, or was it only given to a select few?

public, but single-server so getting on at certain times was impossible

Why the RotMG sprites? Well, aside from that, can't wait to be able to play this game again and host my own servers! Also, liking the GUI.
um
excuse me
i'm pretty rotmg didn't come out in 1980

that looks pretty cool

it's an rpg kind of thing i'd assume?

Looks nice and fun Rotondo.

that looks pretty cool

it's an rpg kind of thing i'd assume?

here's some low-quality gameplay

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NJ4SOsB7-Tk

No this will be under my own company step 2 ????.
Darn it! Why didn't i think of that? The boy's a genious everyone!

oh yeah, is the awesome music still there, or was that placeholder?

that looks pretty cool

it's an rpg kind of thing i'd assume?

It's a roguelike with controls like a zelda game.

oh yeah, is the awesome music still there, or was that placeholder?

Most of the music you hear in game is pretty old, originating from software cracks. See demoscene.

While I really enjoy this music I'm unsure if it'll stay. I kind of want to go for a more dynamic musical score like left 4 dead. Beyond that though as you can imagine it can be somewhat difficult to track down a guy who made a song 20 years ago for an amiga crack.

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Anyway, hopefully in a month or so I'll have some more things to share.

Call it "PeePee PewPew"