Amaranth reacted to koprov in Older version of Ahriman's Prophecy
Hi there. I got to aveyond franchise through an old cd with older version of Ahriman's Prophecy ( i think ) I played it when i was younger… After few years i had a new computer and wanted to download Ahriman's Prophecy ( from official site ) so i downloaded it and it was a different version than the one i have on the old CD .. so do i posses some of the first versions of Ahriman's Prophecy ? I wasn´t able to find anything about this version. Would be great to get some information on this version and if anyone wants i can send you 21MB installer which you can use to download the older version. You can see it on the picture i included in this post. ( sorry about my bad english ).
Amaranth got a reaction from Kaiso in Post art and resources here!
Hi everyone, I'm going to phase out the Collegium. Go ahead and start posting your art here. If you have existing art in the Collegium feel free to re-post it here.
If you need a place to upload your art & gets links, my advice = PhotoBucket.com.
Amaranth got a reaction from ZooCide in Create or edit a hero object
What is a hero object?
A hero object is the "brain" for a hero block. A hero block represents an object in a scene. You can attach a single hero object to as many hero blocks as you want. The result will be a bunch of objects that do the same thing in a scene.
Create a hero object:
Edit a hero object:
Amaranth got a reaction from ZooCide in HeroKit 101 (Quick Start Guide)
HeroKit lets you build your dream game quickly without coding. And if you do know how to code, you can customize HeroKit to create games even faster.
How it works in 10 seconds
You create a project for your game. You create a hero object. You drag the hero object into the scene. You play your game. What the heck is a hero object?
A hero object is like a brain. You attach it to objects that exist in a scene in your game. This makes your scene objects smart. Very smart. Here are a few cool things your scene objects will be able to do with a hero object:
Change how they look at any time. Change how they act at any time. Store and update variables at any time. How do I create a hero object?
Easy! Check out these steps create your first hero object.
Create a hero object: Hero Object | Create or edit a hero object. Add states to it: Hero Object | States | Create or edit a state. Add events to each state: Hero Object | States | Events | Add or edit an event. Add actions to each event: Hero Object | States | Events | Actions | Add or edit an action. I want to learn more. Where do I go?
Look over the HeroKit Creator's Guide. Check out the tutorial scenes that comes with HeroKit. You can find dozens of them in the Project tab under HeroKit/Hero Samples/Sample Scenes. Follow tutorials on the Aveyond Studios YouTube Channel. Look over all of the Core Actions available to you. Look over all of the Custom Actions available to you by our community.
Amaranth reacted to Isabelle in MAPS, GUIDES, WALKTHROUGHS, ETC (AV3-2 - GoN)
These are the maps I had on my computer for Gates of Night. These are in no way my work.
Darkthrop Keep Puzzle Rooms
Mount Drake Caves
Red Rock Pass
Shadow Woods North
Shadow Woods South
Thial Mountains Cave System
Thial Mountains North
Thial Mountains North with paths
Thial Mountains South
Wyrm Forest East
Wyrm Forest West
Amaranth got a reaction from lovely-girl in Learning about cultures
I grew up in a farm town in the middle of the US. Beside common holidays such as Christmas, we held a town fair and rodeo at the end of each summer. A carnival would come to town and set up shop at our local fair grounds. We'd start with a parade at the beginning of the week, which was mostly kids on horses, kids on hay on truck beds, and cars from local businesses. People in the parade would throw out candy and kids would run into the street to pick it up. After the parade, everyone would drive (or ride horses) to the fairground. At the fairground, folks would go to the carnival, participate in pie-eating contests, mud wrestling, etc. Kids would show of their prized hogs, calves, goats, sheep, horses, rabbits, chickens, hamsters, etc. Kids would stuff their faces with the things they weren't supposed to eat... Fritos covered in cheese, chili, and sour cream. Sugary shaved ice. Ice cream. Fried dough covered in sugar. During the fair, there was a rodeo. At the end of the week, the best ropers, bull riders, etc would come together in a final showdown to see which of them was the best in a packed arena. There would sometimes be fireworks.