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He who commands the future, conquers the past." - Kane
Assault Andy Administrator
I make other people create vaporware
10th May, 2006 at 11:04:25 AM -
Tigerworks, I found that extension really useful, you never did send me the version without the nag screen . Do you think you could please upload a new version to the internet, without the 'do not release' screen?
Lua is awesome and I'm looking forward to seeing it implemented into an extension. Tiger, I can't get ahold of your extension but I also like the sound of it and I would like to see it. In my case, I'm leaning more towards a custom scripting engine as opposed to a general purpose programming language.
Here's a simple illustration of the scripting used in Escape Blue Mesa II:
// When the player has responded set the cinematic to Cindy
// and wait half a second. Then say something.
// After you have spoken, set the next variable so that the player can respond.
if(Cindy.Dialog == 4)
Say "dialogs\dialog4.wav", "This is amazing! I have never seen anything like it!";
Var Player.Response = 9;