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    Lonely Planet for Linux

    Posted by (twitter: @nddrylliog)
    December 19th, 2011 9:18 pm

    Hi all :) It’s been a craaaazy 72 hours, and here’s what we came up with:

    Ludum Dare #22 – Lonely Planet – Full gameplay video

    And here’s the level editor I developed during the game:

    Ludum Dare #22 – Lonely Planet – Level editor

    I’m too tired to write anything meaningful related to the development process, but I just wanted to mention that this has been developed from scratch on top of cairo and GTK, in ooc – a language that I have designed and implemented mostly myself in the past 2 years. This was a nice occasion to put it into practice!

    I’ll glady comment more on it if there’s interest, just leave a comment if you want to ;)

    Lots of thanks to Einat Schlagmann and Sylvain Wenger for the art, you’ve been awesome! (especially LAST MINUTE KITTEN UPDATE) Looking forward to the next LD!

    All the code and art is available at https://github.com/nddrylliog/alone :) Have fun!

    2 Responses to “Lonely Planet for Linux”

    1. qubodup says:

      Requesting license info for code and art :)

      + what is ‘rock’? what provides it? luarock?
      + script to checkout deps instead of list

    2. nddrylliog says:

      Hi qubodup :) There’s a binary release for Linux at https://github.com/nddrylliog/alone/downloads, it should work on 64-bit at least, so you don’t need to worry about dependencies for that.

      As for rock, it’s the ooc compiler, you can get it from https://github.com/nddrylliog/rock/, install instructions are in the repository.

      As for a script to get all dependencies, one has just be added to the ‘alone’ repo.

      For the licence, hm.. I’ll put the code under BSD as usual (or maybe WTFPL) and for the art I’ll have to ask my artists what licence they’ll agree to release it upon :)

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