Just a quick video to show you what I’m currently working on.
A new version of RPG Playgound is online where you can restart your game. This is a must have feature for when you start killing monsters (or when getting killed).
And, I have a little surprise for you: Press the ‘f’ key inside an RPG Playground game and find out (not in edit mode) :). It’s currently only visual, so it doesn’t impact the game yet.
The ‘f’ key will be replace with something better in the future, but for now it is still hidden functionality.
I’m implementing action based combat right now, and was looking into some reference material that I collected.
Thought I might as well make a new blog post out of this!
If you see some other nice material of action based combat, please let me know!
Warning: This page is heavy on animated gifs.
RPG Playground screenplays now have an extra action that can teleport the hero to another level. In your story, a wizard could for example magically transport the hero to another dimension.
The action is on the hero and pretty straight forward:
hero teleports to door "YourDoor" at "YourLevel"
With YourLevel as the target level, and YourDoor as the target door. You just need to correctly type in the door and level names.
To make things easy, the “Insert Action” button on top of the screenplay dialog now also features this new action. Select your hero as subject, and after that you can select the “teleports to …” action. No typing required!
Now that this is finished, my next task is to let the hero swing a sword! I know a lot of you have been waiting for combat, so expect some progress on that soon :).
As you might know, RPG Playground is currently using Adobe Flash in your web browser. But unfortunately, yesterday Adobe announced that they will discontinue Flash in 2020. This means I have to port RPG Playground to another platform.
Don’t panic, I saw this coming a long time ago. I knew that at a certain point I had to port RPG Playground to something else. Due to how I implemented it, it will not take a super amount of work, and I will do it while implementing combat.
It might also have the nice benefit that you will be able to play RPG Playground games on your mobile phone and tablet! 🙂
But just to make sure, can everyone check if you can play Adventureroads on your computer? I will use that same HTML5 technology with the same libraries. But I want to make sure that your system can run it. And if possible, also check your mobile phone or tablet. If it works, this will mean you will be able to play RPG Playground on those devices too.
Let me know in the comments or through social media if this game works or not. Thanks!
Our community members are already making some really nice games. So I was wondering how many times each games has been played by now. The authors are probably also curious how many people played their game.
So here is the top 5 of most played games on RPG Playground, for all time.
Hunter’s Quest (Demo)
Join a young hunter as he explores beyond his village turf and begins his quest!
I hope you enjoy this sneak peak of Hunter’s Quest, a new upcoming RPG built with RPG Playground.
World of a Purple Something
A death has occurred.
It causes many reactions from the citizens and others. Some cry for the loss, some don’t accept it, and other’s don’t believe it to be true.
Despite of how it’s responded to it is quite clear that this death has gained the people’s attention.
Who is this fallen one? Why does everyone seems to concern themselves with them? Is it a good or is it an evil? It’s all very questionable to say the least.
Perhaps in order to find out truth…
…one must first find the secrets to reveal it.
Just, a word of advice as you take this journey…
…don’t die yourself.