Thu 22 Apr 2010
Hey folks! The guys from HardyDev invited me to write a remembrance from series of adventure game development tutorials that I have organized over the last few years at the Alpen-Adria Universität Klagenfurt, Austria. In these workshops I used Chris Jones’ AGS (Adventure Game Studio), which is a popular and powerful tool for creating your own adventure games.
Learning the ropes of AGS normally means working through heaps of online tutorials, endless browsing of special-interest forums or getting used to the good old trial-and-error principle. With this steep learning curve in mind it’s no wonder that hobby adventure developers are an exceedingly rare breed. So what if you could learn the basics of adventure game development together with peers in a hands-on workshop? (more…)