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Koonsolo wakes up from hibernation

May 23rd, 2012 2 comments

It’s been a very long time since I updated anything related to Koonsolo. Having a demanding full-time job, 2 young kids and building a house, doesn’t leave much time to work on spare time projects. But since the kids are getting a bit more independent, and we finally moved into our new home, I managed to squeeze some Koonsolo time back into my schedule. Oh yes, that’s right, you can expect more to come soon!

I left off working on the RPG Editor, and I will pick up from there. Although there is a slight shift in focus: It will be an online web RPG that you can edit on the fly. This means that all editing and playing will happen in your browser. And since I love my new android tablet, I will also support easy RPG editing on tablets. More info on this will definitely follow.

I’m glad to be back! :)

How to make an RPG all by yourself

September 1st, 2010 17 comments
Eschalon Book II

Eschalon Book II from Basilisk Games

This post is a part of the How to make RPG’s series, which shows you the different ways on how to make Role Playing Video Games.

Creating an RPG all by yourself is a huge undertaking. To finish such a project, a lot needs to be done, and that’s probably an understatement. Let’s go over everything:

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How to make RPG’s

August 27th, 2010 No comments

Welcome to the ultimate guide on how to make your own RPG’s!

Most game developers I know have a game idea for a Role Playing Game. So I assume you do too. But making such a game is a huge task, plus, there are so many possible ways on how to make one. That’s why I’m writing a series of blog posts about the different paths you can take to create an RPG. This way you know what your options are, and which of those fit best with your situation.

As I see it, there are 3 mayor paths you can take to make an RPG:

  1. Do it all by yourself.
  2. Use an existing RPG framework and resources.
  3. Use an easy to use RPG creation tool.

I will highlight each of them in a separate blog post, starting from next week. So make sure you keep an eye on this blog, or even better, subscribe to our RSS feed!

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