Friday, 23 September 2011

New Home

Since the hosting of the Parallel Realities website has now ended, we have opted to move the site to Blogger and make the binaries available for download on SourceForge.

We'll add the tutorials and other bits and pieces over the next few weeks. In the meantime, you can download the latest version of The Legend of Edgar from the links below.

0.92 for Windows (32 bit)
0.92 for Linux (deb, 32 bit)
0.92 for Linux (rpm, 32 bit)
0.92 for Linux (deb, 64 bit)
0.92 for Linux (rpm, 64 bit)
0.92 source code

Discussion Forum


19 comments:

  1. What happened to the project of the Blob and Conquer?

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  2. The new forum seems to be empty... any plans to port the messages from the old Comments list?

    (PS: Where are medals living now?)

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  3. Where can we locate the old projects?

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  4. Blob and Conquer, Metal Blob Solid and The Legend of Edgar are all on Sourceforge. Project: Starfighter will probably make a re-appearance at some point.

    Metal Blob Solid
    Blob and Conquer
    The Legend of Edgar

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    1. Where can we find the old projects?????

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    2. Before upload to Sourceforge? I've got some copies stored on my machine at home, but otherwise you'd have to dig around the net to find them :|

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  5. Please bring back Project Starfighter!

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    1. please! bring it back for debian! PLEASE! I love that game!!!!!!

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    2. I think you can find the .deb files you're looking for here :
      http://ftp.gnome.org/mirror/cdimage/snapshot/Debian/pool/main/s/starfighter/

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  6. Hi !
    I was wondering where the music files of Project: Starfighter are located ?
    Can't find any credits nor music files anywhere on my computer, could somebody help me ?
    Thank you very much !

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  7. The music files live in the .pak file. They are extracted at run time.

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  8. Is there any way to extract them with a software or something ?

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  9. The original source code does this, so you should be able to use that to create a routine to do so.

    What are you after exactly? Just the MOD, XM and S3M files?

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  10. What could I use to extract them ?
    I just want to find the mod / xm / s3m files, to convert them into mp3 files.

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  11. Ah! I just remembered - someone was working on an HTML5 version of Starfighter and the music files are on GitHub. Here's a link:

    https://github.com/will-in-wi/HTML5-Project-Starfighter/tree/master/data/music

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    1. Where can I find a debian project starfighter file?

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    2. You should be able to just find it in the repositories. Otherwise, you might need to try Google ;)

      http://ftp.debian.org/debian/pool/main/s/starfighter/

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