Great game. Casual was fun. I could play and beat it in a single sitting. Great because there's no save.
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This is a fantastic, and underrated tool, for anyone. Before you stop working on the project, is there any chance you could make it so we could select the number of floors to generate? Or the size in case we need something manor sized? This is the best tool for the job.
HELL, it's the ONLY tool for the job.
Error: Could not find or load main class DOS Trader.jar
Caused by: java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: DOS Trader.jar
I'm using the latest version of Java. I'm running Pop!_OS (It's an Ubuntu distro).
Please make a downloadable copy of this game, as well as an endless version. Or at least a version where you can set the win conditions. I love how casual this game is, and how relaxing. Please expand on this. If you can, could you make it multiplatform? I'm running Linux.
You know, if you collected all of these projects into a single program it'd be one of the greatest RPG tools ever created. All that's missing is a map generator, that lets you edit the map afterwards. Sort of a get started generator, then edit to your needs.
Since you've also made it a progressive web app (PWA) it makes it infinitely more accessible for me as all I have is a Chromebook. Love the new look. It loads almost instantly on my Chromebook (1.1Ghz Dual Core Intel, 4Gigs of RAM). I do hope someday you make a fully offline version with a Windows, Mac, and Linux (Look into AppImage for maximum accessibility) release.
I've served in the US Air Force, and I've been looking at various game development platforms for people with zero programming experience. It's something I'd like to dabble in. I noticed that the pro licence can use C Extensions. I'd like to try this. I also qualify for another condition, but I don't want to put it out there for the public.
Honestly, if I knew how to program I'd do it in a heartbeat. I'll keep my ear open for a possibility. I've used DM Helper when I had a Windows Machine. That's why I wish it was on Linux, I'm running with a Chromebook right now. I loved it and I am REALLY looking forward to the newest release.
I'm running the Linux version. FOr some reason when I view the archive with Archive Manager (Debian 11) I get a massive list of files and folders. When I extract the archive all I get is AstralFantasy_Data and AstralFantasy.x86.