One of the shortest changelog from the birth of LGC, only a bug fixed but a very big one. Some weeks ago, an LGC user contacted me to point out that exporting a gamebook in the ebook format (the less known and used format, I think) images are not embedded.
I’ve heavily modified the code, to improve ebooks creation, to pass the EPUB Validator check.
LibroGameCreator is freely downloadable from here and, as always, it is donationware.
Looking at this blog it could seem that LibroGameCreator development has stopped one year ago. The truth is that the program has evolved, new features has been added and bags of bugs have been thrown away. But everytime I released a new version I’ve postponed the post on the english blog, slowly forget about it.
Today I’ve tryed to recollect all those modifications, and list them below. As always you can download the program here.
Abducted by age-older than men creatures, you wake up oblivious in a cell of a mysterious underground dungeon. After a daring escape, you will find yourself counting just on your own strength and intelligence to avoid your chasers.
Among non-human creatures, odd alleys, traps and riddles to solve, you will have to detect the reasons of your abduction and find the road throughout the underground laboratories up to the ruins of the lost land, where Goth-Amok, the portal on the Elsewhere begins. An unprecedented story.Continue reading Goth-Amok, horror and sci/fi gamebook
I’m still working on the “lite” version of the editor manual, and I’m very late with this task, but in my defence I’m working on a walkthrough for the The Crown of Kings gamebook, for italian readers, and at the same time I’m writing a gamebook of my own, a scifi/horror story.
Writing a gamebook, with LGC of course, is fun and painful at the same time. There is a lot of work to do, a lot of gimmicks to invent, monsters to design and all of this have to be well balanced or the player will give up too soon.