yup .. something like this .. and wait for dat snowman.
so trivial with 256 colors per pixel - choose any source, handmand paints, photos or this - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tl-34kvA5uo&t=2m22s
Loving this App CatVenture. very easy to use. Do you think that we would be able to integrate images made in Illustrator (for example) into Tab and then have the entire Adventure exported and working in Next? I know it quite a lot to askcatventure wrote: ↑Tue Aug 22, 2017 3:00 pmHi,
I'm a big fan of text adventure games too. I understand "Professional Adventure Writer" *may* be being developed for the Spectrum Next which is great news!
As an homage to the Gilsoft creators a while back I made a retro text adventure for creator for Windows only that works on similar principles to the popular 80's adventure writers: Quill/PAW/STAC or GAC utilities.
There are also a couple of manually converted Spectrum Text Adventures now that work on it as well.
Anybody interested can see more info (download; demo vids; manual/guide) at:
Currently I am enjoying revisiting some classic oldies ZX text adventures via the Spectrum Next Emulator on my PC.
The Hobbit is an all time classic and Lord of The Rings is great. LoTR was painfully slow on the original speccy but can be sped up when played on modern emulators. For modern Adventure Games you could download some from Zenobi Software who have 100's of great adventures:
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