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About ladyonthemoon

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  • Favorite Games
    Avernum first trilogy , The Elder Scrolls V - Skyrim, The Elder Scrolls III - Morrowind, The Elder Scrolls IV - Oblivion, Wasteland 2 ...
  • Interests
    Making games using Unity, making mods for the Elder Scrolls games.
  1. ladyonthemoon

    Should I Wait??

    I really don't remember that but I played Avernum 3 for the last time probably more than ten years ago. Are there timed quests in other of Jeff's games?
  2. ladyonthemoon

    Hello, I'm new here

    Thank you! I have already explored the existing scenarios; they contain a bunch of scripts in the txt format and images. They can be used with the game only so I don't see how I could use them for the game I have in plan.
  3. ladyonthemoon

    Should I Wait??

    Wait, there are timed quests In Avernum 3? I have no recollection of that at all... I suppose I had no problems with them back then. If I managed them, you shouldn't worry too much.
  4. ladyonthemoon

    Hello, I'm new here

    I installed Blades of Avernum, the editor and then searched for a scenario editor. On the Blades of Avernum Scenario Workshop page, the link to Crimson Editor is broken. The new link is http://crimsoneditor.com/ Could a moderator, if there is any, update the page?
  5. ladyonthemoon

    Hello, I'm new here

    Ah okay! Sorry for being dumb. I own Blades of Avernum, I'll take a look. Thank you. To add a picture, you must upload it on a site like Imgur and then post the url in your post; the image will display as a link. I personally upload my images on another site. Here is a picture I took of a mirror I made in Unity: https://pix.toile-libre.org/upload/original/1541249010.jpg
  6. ladyonthemoon

    Hello, I'm new here

    Thank your for your input. I'm using Unity; I don't like Unreal Engine much. To tell the truth I don't have much confidence in software that offer you to make your game in five minutes (okay, I exaggerate) without coding. To me, the fun in making games is in coding more than in designing levels. In my current project, a 2D platformer, I'll have to draw the level(s); this is why I've begun making my own sprites (using a very famous image editor I shall not name). I was a bit afraid that I wouldn't make it but I really like making sprites; it's fun and quite easy; especially when you manage to make them look like what you want them to look like! I know that I could find free stuff on the web but I'd rather make them myself; the only stuff I'll have to use that I won't be able to make are sounds and music. Fortunately, Unity Technologies allow use to use their assets in our games and they have a vast quantity of sound and music files I could use. I'm sorry that I am not able to write my own engine but Unity is a very decent engine to use and it's constantly evolving. Furthermore they have excellent tutorials; the one I'm following to make my game is this one: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLX2vGYjWbI0REfhDHPpdIBjjrzDHDP-xT Making this game will take me a long time; the only thing I'm afraid of is that I could lose patience and give up. I hope it won't happen. Thank you! I have no idea what BoE and BoA are... Sorry!
  7. ladyonthemoon

    Geneforge on Windows 10: Out of ideas

    Weird. Both Geneforge and Avernum (old game) work perfectly on my computer: Windows 7 SP1 up to date, Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-6700HQ CPU @ 2.60GHz (8 CPUs), ~2.6GHz, 8gB of ram, Intel(R) HD Graphics 530. The games do not use the Nvidia GPU. Maybe it's a problem related to Windows 10 itself? Or it's pure lottery and your friend is out of luck... https://steamcommunity.com/app/200960/discussions/0/364039531227607021/
  8. ladyonthemoon

    Hello, I'm new here

    LOL thank you!
  9. ladyonthemoon

    Hello, I'm new here

    Ah, all right. I'll see about that when I'm there I think.
  10. ladyonthemoon

    Hello, I'm new here

    Thank you! I like Geneforge so far, although it lacks a "difficulty" setting in my opinion. The third games in each series lagged?
  11. ladyonthemoon

    Nethergate on GOG?

    The old Nethergate was made for both Windows and Mac: http://spiderwebsoftware.com/nethergate/index.html
  12. Hello @Spidweb, I see that you have released Nethergate: Resurrection (the recent remake of Nethergate) on Steam, could you please release the original Nethergate on GOG, as you did for Avernum? (The original version of Avernum, the first trilogy, is available on GOG; the remade version of the first trilogy is available on Steam.) Thank you.
  13. ladyonthemoon

    What have you been reading recently?

    I'm mostly a sci-fi amateur. I'm currently reading Iain M. Banks Use of Weapons, from the "Culture" series. I read the two previous books, Consider Phlebas and The Player of Games before that. Although each book can be read independently of the others, I prefer reading them in the order of their publication.
  14. ladyonthemoon

    What Exile/Avernum you begin with ?

    It was Avernum around 2004 for me. The first real video game I played and made me love video games. I even still like the graphics; I'm currently playing Geneforge and I'm happy to see the familiar objects and icons in it! I love Skyrim for its gorgeous scenery (among other things) but I don't think that the graphics in Avernum suck either.
  15. ladyonthemoon

    Hello, I'm new here

    Thank you!