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The Quest Maker
Author: Imp of Hazard Games Submitted: 11th October, 2004 Favourites:0
Genre: Miscellaneous Downloads: 162

This program allows you to make advanced text quests with pictures, custom interface and background music. As well as in StickMan Studio, the quest is compressed into one protected file which you need to play the game.

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Posted by The Chris Street 11th October, 2004

Seems very similar to Tigerworks own Text Quest Maker program...
Posted by AndyUK 11th October, 2004

its a little basic but it seems pretty good. I would have liked to see it make stand alone games but i dont know if thats possible in mmf (i assume thats what you used)
Posted by Pkeod 11th October, 2004

@AndyUK, you can have mmf load the game from a ini file (or your data file) and have it so that the exe loads from (game.dat) if say an ini called "nogame.ini" was there. That way you could or couldnt edit the game, and it would look like there was an exe... Though I think there is an extension that lets you edit the exe, I don't think its complete enough to really do it.. but you might be able to edit a dummy mmf exe into the game exe, and then add the data to the exe with one of those attach file programs (you know the ones virus makers use xD) but it would be really hard and pointless ._. Though changing the Icon and the Exe name (for the in game stuff - as well as properties) would require a resource editor, which by use voids the license agreement..
Posted by Imp of Hazard Games 12th October, 2004

Yep, I could probably make it create standalones but it's sort of useless in fact, because you can just attach a player with the game... MMF's executablt are very big though.
Posted by AndyUK 12th October, 2004

ok pkeod but even if all that worked, i don't have mmf. :D
Posted by Jatzek(DreamEvil Corp) 12th October, 2004

Nice game... would be better with the option what allows putting in FIGHTS to, and with IF in IF conditions. But still, good program. Thumbs Up.
Posted by Gus Stevenson 4th November, 2004

I made a game with this too! It's not finished yet, though, but it looks pretty good. The program has a few bugs. The "version" buttons seem to disappear at times, especially if you try to change the number of buttons on a certain level. The music doesn't seem to play either. (If you happen to fix either of those, send me a mail, so I can re-download). But overall, quite enjoyable!
Posted by Gus Stevenson 3rd January, 2005

Just set up my TQM game. Check it out at:





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