Monthly Archives: January 2012

Grinding or not grinding, that’s the question!

In the photo above, Gilda and Leon sleeping “head to head” I was hoping to announce the start of the beta pre-order for my fantasy RPG “Loren The Amazon Princess” but alas, I am going to delay it by a … Continue reading

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Old school vs modern RPGs

In the image above, my cat Orfeo (italian for Orpheus) on the bed. Today I want to talk about some differences between “old school” and “modern” RPGs, since I’m working right now on Loren Amazon Princess that is what I … Continue reading

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Professional developer’s look at Ren’Py

In the image above, some Ren’Py code (people familiar with python might recognize some keywords/syntax) from my current project Loren Amazon Princess in my preferred editor, SciTe. Ren’Py was created by Tom Rothamel, as a tool to help everyone to … Continue reading

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