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Post by Meph » Tue Oct 09, 2007 10:06 pm

Hey... can Dizzyage be used for anything other then Dizzy games?

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Post by Mataeus » Fri Nov 16, 2007 6:17 pm

I realise that, having been away for a month or so, I'm a bit late on this but... That's a very definitive answer. Are you saying that it can be used to create non-Dizzy games then?

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Post by xelanoimis » Fri Nov 16, 2007 7:59 pm

DizzyAGE can be used to do non-Dizzy games too.
And since you don't use Dizzy stuff, you are not bound by the Dizzy license.
You can even sell your game.

Of course, the resulted game would usually be similar to the Dizzy gameplay,
unless you put a lot of effort to make something too different (and then some other engine might be more suitable).

For a start, all you have to do to make a non-Dizzy game is to replace the graphic tiles with your own, and there it is!
Than you can work on different menus, if you like, or some other aspects.

If you need more info about the engine, you can check the documentation,
or ask for more help here.


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