LoneWolfDS v1.4

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Apr 27, 2008

LoneWolfDS v1.4 by JPH at 10:13 PM (2,289 Views / 0 Likes) 15 replies

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    [​IMG] LoneWolfDS v1.4
    New Spanish Version and A Few Fixes
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    Michoko has released v1.4 of LoneWolf DS - Flight From The Dark.
    For those who don't know - LoneWolfDS is a series of choose your own adventure type books for the Nintendo DS.
    This update includes a new Spanish version of the game, as well as a few fixes.

    [​IMG] Download English Version from Project Aon Website
    [​IMG] Download Spanish Version from Project Aon Website
    [​IMG] Project Homepage
     
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    Michoko [​IMG] ... what more can I say?
     
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    Lol JPH, you are the fastest newser in the world! [​IMG]
     
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    It's fantastic to hear work on the second book has been begun! Also, congrats on your win, it was well deserved. A Spanish translation, eh? I have a good friend who I think would love LoneWolf, so perhaps I shall have to introduce him to this!
     
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    Yup, and as I said, I can't count all the nasty and vicious bugs this translation allowed to identify. Now the work on the second book is starting on a very good basis [​IMG]
     
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    One of my favourite homebrews, I enjoy playing this for an hour or so in bed before I go to sleep.
    *Updates*
    Great stuff Michoko, thanks.
     
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    You play the same story every time for 1 hour?

    i think i finished he game in 45mins or something, it is really great

    i hope there will be more storys
     
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    Can't wait for the next book!!!
     
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    Release Fire on Water already! XD
     
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    Well it has some replay - value with the multiple routes and choices you can make based on your character's feats. Though of course I wish the story was a little longer...
     
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    Michoko is my King.

    I was one of the few people who bugged him for a left handed mode. And he delivered! [​IMG]
     
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    Just played through the game for the first time after watching the project closely. Whoa! I love the random dice rolls, I was expecting more of the choose your own adventure style books that did not involve any strategy. This series of books must of been quite complicated to play on paper but work wonderfully on DS!

    Now that the engine is in place hopefully the rest of the volumes can be ported, I'll be sure to play them all.

    Keep up the great work and congrats on the win!
     
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    wow I just discovered this homebrew.
    Michoko, every evidences tend to prove that you are awesome.
     
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    Thanks for the kind words! [​IMG]

    Unfortunately, I just found a rather fatal bug in the latest builds (both English and Spanish). I just posted a hotfix on the site.

    Code:
    Changelog:
    2008/04/28: version 1.41 English/1.01 Spanish
    - Hotfix which fixes a bug when saving a game without having the weaponskill discipline.
    Sorry for the inconvenience, now it should work fine [​IMG]

    Take care!
    Michoko
     
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    Not really, actually! You didn't do a terrible amount of writing and erasing as a lot of the situations would be dealt with by either pointing out a random number on a chart (the last page of each book), or simply choosing a path based on your disciplines and/or own personal intuition.

    And all you needed was a pen and eraser and you were good to go - everything else was already in the book, and it all fit on two pages which covered your disciplines, gold, number of meals, etc and combat record.

    Here's what the action chart in the reprint looks like. There would be maybe four or five of these so that you could record more than one character/try.
     

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