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Valedictory Game Drive Edition

  • kentona
  • 04/16/2011 09:05 PM
  • 596 views
I uploaded a demo of this game for the Valedictory Game Drive event. I was really hoping to get this game done by then, but just didn't commit enough time to it (I found myself busy with work, and also ended up spending 2 weeks of the game drive finishing up Mario vs. the Moon Base instead).

Anywho, the demo is up.

It is about 50% finished. You can play up until the point you cross the mountains and get to Lashburn (so save before you enter the castle).

BONUS
When you start a new game, you can opt to play Generica: TNG using the original 8 classes from Generica. On the character select screen, move your cursor straight up to toggle the class select options (you will 'warp' to the new select page). Move back up to toggle back. However, you cannot mix and match classes from Generica and G:TNG.

BONUS #2
When you start a new game, you can opt to play the original Generica. On the character select screen, move your cursor to the left to toggle between Generica and Generica: TNG. So you can opt to play the full original game with the new classes. The caterpillar script is not yet implemented for the maps in Generica. Also, I did not rebalance the original game (it needs it!).

Coming soon...
-the full game of G:TNG
-some sort of indicator for the game toggle (as described in bonus #2)
-the ability to take your party from Generica directly into G:TNG

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Holy crap! This is awesome! And now I can have both games in one file. By the way, if you choose to take your party from the first directly into TNG, are you just talking about the actual party but starting over with levels, items, etc., or also bring your old stats/equipment over.

If the latter, does that make the game easier or are the enemies geared to be harder.
kentona
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Holy crap! This is awesome! And now I can have both games in one file. By the way, if you choose to take your party from the first directly into TNG, are you just talking about the actual party but starting over with levels, items, etc., or also bring your old stats/equipment over.

If the latter, does that make the game easier or are the enemies geared to be harder.

The plan was to bring over the old stats and equipment. Which will make the game easier. I haven't implemented it yet, though.

In fact, I haven't even tested playing the original game in this version yet.

Either way, this looks very impressive. Btw, I enjoyed the Crystalis "Pyramid" track on the title page. I wonder how many other people will recognize that track, or for that matter ever played the NES version of that game.
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