By Emeric baveux (Emeric0101) Emeric0101@hotmail.fr
Translation By Michael Meyers (DTDmike) firstname.lastname@example.org
What to say? It was a great project because it was up version 2.0 which was catastrophic.
This release incorporates fully the concept and back to 0 now using a system box, ...
It is obviously incomplete (missing the integration of the map scrolling, fighting ,...)
Good luck if you want to resume the project.
See the project folder and especially defiltest that illustrates how the scrolling map!
Resume writing code for a long time ago, surely it has bugs, aberant development and it is quite ambiguous I think.
Here, too, if you made something, I ask that 2 things, first, you mention that you use on a draft Emeric0101 from XtreamLua. Com, and the second, you send me a message for me prevent you made something to see if my work was not used to anything;)
Thank you and good luck to all!
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