ESPER wrote:This one's actually really spiffy, and is Windows based with a really good GUI. Some of the games made with it are professional level, and alot are on Home of the Underdogs. One good example is Five Days a Stranger, which has some good graphics and sound and isn't badly written (although I got stuck in it and quit... grrr). Thisd is definitely not a pass-up for anyone interested in game development. I've also used Adventure Maker for making Myst-like games and Game Maker for making windows arcade games. Quest, though, is definitely my fave for Infocom-style games!!!
ESPER wrote:Hmmm. I can't really say how I'm stuck... I'm not really stuck on any puzzles or anything. I just met everybody, and now nothing's happening. I've seriously gone through every room and examined, used, and otherwise interacted with everything in the room. In the words of so many adventure games before... "Nothing happens..."
ESPER wrote:Not sure... either day one or I've just woken up on day two... I haven't tried it for a while. BTW, have you noticed how dead this place's been for the past week or so?
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