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The July Launceston Tasmanian Linux Users Group meeting will be on Saturday the 25th at 2:00pm (lunch at 1:00pm) in the upstairs meeting room at the Royal Oak (crnr Brisbane and Tamar Streets).

For this month's meeting, we'll be taking a look at the new 4.5 version of the Eclipse IDE, and go through the steps of creating a a small SDL2/C++ project.
Hi all! This month’s Launceston meeting will feature a look at the new 4.5 release of the Free/Open Source Software IDE (integrated development environment) Eclipse. The talk will cover creating a C++ project, and writing a small SDL2 application. 2:00pm Saturday 25th July Royal Oak Launceston As per usual, some of us will be meeting …
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Mim and I made a new game in the Free/Open Source SLUDGE engine. It's super short and there's source code (LGPL) plus assets (CC-BY) available.

Play as Maid Marian and rescue Robin Hood from Sherrif Nottingham's castle.

http://robinsrescue.twolofbees.com/
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Ha ha, thanks for that. I knew I'd forgotten to fix it somewhere.
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I'm still accepting responses to my Another World/Out of This World/Outer World questionnaire. If you've played the game, please take some time to throw some answers at me!

Also, please share <3
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Another World QuestionnaireHi, and thank you for your interest in my upcoming article on Another World (also known as Out of This World), which will be published at cheesetalks.net Below is a questionnaire I am using to gather perspectives and stories from fans and players of the game, which I will use as I write about the ways in which players have personally connected with the game and its themes. Please be as anecdotal as you like, and don't stress over any questions ...
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I recently made some Massive Chalice fan art. It was a bunch of work, but a lot of fun.

I primarily used #Inkscape , but also did the background and some sketching in Gimp. I assembled the frames into video with ffmpeg and cut it all together with Blender :D
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Here's a video of the little game I made recently for Adventure Jam using SLUDGE and Inkscape  :D

Builds are available here: http://gamejolt.com/games/adventure/above-the-waves/58420/
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A screenshot from a game I'm currently working on for #AdventureJam . It's a point and click adventure called Above The Waves, featuring an octopus protagonist named Yok-yok.

All graphics (except the text, which is only there for debug purposes) have been 100% made in #Inkscape \o/
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Playabile builds for Linux, Mac and Windows can be found here: http://gamejolt.com/games/adventure/above-the-waves/58420/
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This is wonderful. I feel moved and don't know how to express it.
Who could be so lucky?\n\nWho comes to a lake for water\nand sees the reflection of the moon.\n\n-Rumi\n
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This weekend, I'll be giving a talk on how I used the SLUDGE adventure game engine to make Above The Waves and going through the steps of creating an example game.
 
The June Launceston Tasmanian Linux Users Group meeting will be on Saturday the 27th at 2:00pm (lunch at 1:00pm) in the upstairs meeting room at the Royal Oak (crnr Brisbane and Tamar Streets).

For this month's meeting, we'll be taking a look at the Free/Open Source adventure game engine SLUDGE, and going through the steps of creating an example game.
Hi all! This month’s Launceston meeting will feature an introduction to making games with the F/OSS point and click adventure game engine SLUDGE, looking at how F/OSS tools were used to make the short adventure game Above The Waves, and some helpful code patterns. We’ll also go through the steps of creating an example game. …
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Want to know more about Steam's refund features but love all the games you have and don't want to refund any? I've gone through the process, so you don't have to \o/
 
Editorial: What Happens When You Request A Refund On Steam? #Linux #Gaming
Following up on Steam's new refund policy, we've gone through and documented the process for anybody who might be interested. Do reviews for refunded games hang around? Are Steam trading cards deleted? Read on and find out!
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The May Launceston Tasmanian Linux Users Group meeting will be on Saturday the 30th at 2:00pm (lunch at 1:00pm) in the upstairs meeting room at the Royal Oak (crnr Brisbane and Tamar Streets).

For this month's meeting, Peter and Stephen will be giving a talk on the Raspberry Pi, looking at use cases including home theatres, network security, console emulation, LDAP and use as a desktop machine.
This month's Launceston meeting will feature a talk by Peter and Stephen on the Raspberry Pi.
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Over the past couple of weeks, I've been working on a game for #AdventureJam . It's a little rough around the edges, but it's been fun to work on!

Created using the F/OSS SLUDGE adventure game engine. All graphics were created using Inkscape.
This game has 4 votes so far. Check back after the voting period in a month to see the final results! Cast Your Vote. Log in to Game Jolt, or sign up, to vote on games! Activity Feed. Here's a summary of the activity for this jam entry. You can keep up with this game's development by following ...
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Last week I sat down to give a nice long talk about the game I've been working on called Winter's Wake. During this stream, I was also joined by Jasmine Serrano and Anton Riehl, who are working on sounds and music respectively (it was great to have them both show up on short notice!)

The YouTube description has a nice index with timestamp links that make it a bit easier to jump around and check stuff out.
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