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Twitchy_Katt
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 07, 2009 8:10 pm     Post subject: new and most likely needs help Reply with quote

hi and thanks for the reading and help.

okay, I'm new at making games and DOS games. I thought I could make a new game but I have no idea how. Any help? just assume im really dumb for if you don't it will take me some time to catch on... im smart i just have a low attention span so... Ashamed
which reminds me somehow, i was playing a dosbox game and i cant find it here. It is wolf, by sanctuary woods. anyone seen/heard of it?

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 08, 2009 12:43 am     Post subject: Reply with quote

Hiya. You won't find Wolf here 'cuz it's not a free game as far as I know. Sanctuary Woods, the publisher, no longer exists, but I'm not sure who holds the rights to it. You may be able to find it elsewhere but since it may not be legal to download it on the web, we can't link to it ... but Google is your friend to possibly find the Wolf game by Sanctuary Woods on a "abandonware" site ... Laughing

Re making games, there are several options available ... since you're new to making game I assume you have no programming experience, so you'll likely want to start with a game making program.

For Windows, try Game Maker.

For DOS, maybe ZZT or Megazeux.

A large list of game creation systems can be found here:
http://www.ambrosine.com/resource.html

Hope this helps Happy
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