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Depot Games: Xelda

Current Version: 1.00

Project Status: Completed

Highest Popularity: #12 during August 2007

Links: Web Site

Category: Adventure

Developers: amarillion

Number of Players: 1

Ports: Windows

Source Code: Available

Author's Description: Xelda - Adventure of Pink is My TINS '05 Entry. It's a parody of Zelda, with Zelda II style gameplay.

Development of Xelda continues, I plan to make an improved version with more gameplay and more levels. This version can be considered a Demo for the upcoming Xelda adventure.

Downloads

Name Comments Size Date
DemoXelda10_src.zip Source Code 257,638 05/30/2007 5:33 PM
DemoXeldaSetup10.exe Windows Installer 766,339 05/30/2007 5:33 PM

What's New:

1.00
(since 0.99)

*Created a windows installer
*Key bindings are now configurable in the settings menu

Minor bug fixes:

* re-initialization of leves when you die or restart
* re-initialization of cutscenes when you restart
* removed bug where progress to the next level pauses while you are touching the end-of-level object.

Screenshots
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Public Opinion
Overall Rating: 6.5
  • 6If I must say so, I didn't like this game... A bit too standard and overly repetative.
  • 8This is really good for a weekend worth of programming. Excellent control, timing, and graphics. I'm really impressed with this title. Granted it's not the best game ever, but keep in mind that this is a speed hack and enjoy it for its simplicity and humor. Great job Amarillion!
  • 4The music is great, but otherwise this game has little to offer. Graphics are primitive, albeit a bit funny. Gameplay isn't much fun and made less so by poor level design. The game is also very short. Judged as a competition entry, it's pretty good, but as a finished game, it's not worth your time.
The Developer
amarillion
amarillionI started programming on a ZX Spectrum+ when I was 9 years old or so. Via gwbasic and turbo pascal I ended up with C++ and allegro. I work in Bioinformatics research, and am Currently living in the UK (View Profile)