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The first 100% QuickBasic
game Review magazine
Expo Coverage, Part #6
(10/1/2000) Zephod, Bulldog, Jeremy
Hammond, and V Games will give you five more reasons to go to the 2000
Zephod's RPGMaker is one of two programming "tools" being added to
the QB Expo.
As September comes to a close, there's
good news and there's some bad news. The bad news is that the 2000 QB
Expo is only going to update two more times before the party is officially
over. The good news is that five new projects will be added when the Expo
updates for the first time this October. The following is a sneak preview
of the projects coming your way:
Sailor Moon Puzzle Game (V Planet Hall)
First reviewed here at V Planet, Sailor
Moon Puzzle Game will be making its way into the QB Expo. The Sailor Moon
Puzzle Game Expo booth will includes all sorts of Sailor Moon goodies for
fans of the game, as well as some sage game advice and a preview of things
Unnamed RPG (RPG Palace 2)
Jeremy Hammond, who's already made
his mark on the QB Expo by hosting the event through Hulla-Balloo.com
and by showing off a preview of the game Curse of Methias, will
also be adding two new projects to the QB Expo. The first is a preview
of his Unnamed RPG, with a sneak peek into the game's story and some fresh
screenshots of the engine in action.
Laser Tag (Strategy Dungeon)
The second offering from Jeremy Hammond
a QB strategy game based on Laser Tag. Your guess is as good as mine on
this one but if you want a few screenshots of the game right here and now,
you can visit Jeremy Hammond's webpage by clicking here.
RPGMaker (RPG Palace 2)
Zephod will finally make his appearance
known in the QB Expo by showing off the first of two QB tools that programmers
can use to make QB games! This exciting utility called RPGMaker will finally
give everyone a chance to quickly develop an RPG world. And just for kicks,
Zephod included a demo of a town built using RPGMaker.
MultiLIB (Main Hall)
Finally, Bulldog has added the
second of two QB tools to the QB Expo. Being placed in the Main Hall, MultiLIB
is a tool for QB programmers that will allow people to easily manage and
combine QB libraries as they program. And with all the available technologies
out there, a utility like MultiLIB can be very valuable.
Note that these Expo booths have not been
added yet! Also, there are a few other booths and surprises we're going
to throw in as well! We're working hard on them now and we'll be sure to
tell you when the projects will be launched.
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