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Levay

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Before computers could handle graphical games, there were text adventure games. The games are interactive stories, so playing a text adventure game is like being part of a book in which you affect the story. The player can read or view descriptions of rooms, objects, other players, non-player characters, and actions performed in the virtual world by typing commands to interact with each other. So, in this case I will explain how to build a basic text-based adventure game with an open source game engine that is mounted on a Raspberry Pi with OpenSUSE-based operating system. We can learn how to build a character, story line, an event, and the interactive fiction world. This also familiar for kids for learning how to build a simple text based game even this game is an old style game nowadays.

Date:
2016 October 2 - 11:15
Duration:
30 min
Room:
FST 101
Language:
Track:
FOSS
Difficulty:
Medium

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