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The Mystery of Robot Planet :)
08-19-2017, 10:10 AM
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The Mystery of Robot Planet :)
Noticed the adventure games section here was looking all sad and lonely! So I figured I would drop mine in here Smile

The Mystery of Robot Planet is a simple 2d top-down adventure game with a similar graphics style to the early Pokemon games. It runs on Windows, macOS and Linux. Screenshots attached. Only the first part is available at the moment, the rest is currently in development.

Download Here!

Need a hand with the puzzles? Check out the video walkthrough here!

Need the source? Find it in the data folder as robot.bas

All feedback welcome and I hope y'all have a great day! Big Grin


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08-19-2017, 03:54 PM
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Roadbloc,

I downloaded this game over at QB64.net and played it. I really enjoyed it up to the point of not being able to find a uniform. However, I really enjoyed the story line, the RPG feel it has, and the amount of creativity you put in it. I loved the old-school graphics as well, and thought really looked the period.

I can't wait to play the rest of the game as it was fun.

Also, welcome to the community and I hope you can find some great demos on here that could help you in your projects.


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08-20-2017, 05:23 AM
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Roadbloc,

I downloaded this game over at QB64.net and played it. I really enjoyed it up to the point of not being able to find a uniform. However, I really enjoyed the story line, the RPG feel it has, and the amount of creativity you put in it. I loved the old-school graphics as well, and thought really looked the period.

I can't wait to play the rest of the game as it was fun.

Also, welcome to the community and I hope you can find some great demos on here that could help you in your projects.


Walter Whitman
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Thanks for the kind words! I do hope you enjoy the rest, there is plenty more content in there! I'll be sure checking out everyone elses stuff on here Smile

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08-20-2017, 01:06 PM
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@roadbloc,

You are welcome.

There are a lot of great demos and projects on this forum, and I try to make it as easy as possible to find them.

There is one game that help create on this forum, and it is a text adventure game called, "Zombie Adventures" and it can be found at http://www.thejoyfulprogrammer.com/qb64/...hp?tid=461. I created the main title screen, the graphic effects, the SAVE and LOAD features, added the music (which I found available for free at http://incompetech.com/), added the health system, created the four-level mental comprehension system, as well as written some of the verbiage for those levels, and redesigned the inventory & help pages.


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08-21-2017, 06:38 AM
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@roadbloc,

You are welcome.

There are a lot of great demos and projects on this forum, and I try to make it as easy as possible to find them.

There is one game that help create on this forum, and it is a text adventure game called, "Zombie Adventures" and it can be found at http://www.thejoyfulprogrammer.com/qb64/...hp?tid=461. I created the main title screen, the graphic effects, the SAVE and LOAD features, added the music (which I found available for free at http://incompetech.com/), added the health system, created the four-level mental comprehension system, as well as written some of the verbiage for those levels, and redesigned the inventory & help pages.


Walter Whitman
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Neato! I'll sure be trying this out. Big Grin

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08-21-2017, 02:06 PM
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RE: The Mystery of Robot Planet :)
I dont wanna say that this game is bad but graphics looks to me more
than retro,i remember very well great retro graphics from Zx - C64 . amstrad
even DOS -eras...
but this one don't look to me like this ?
so please don't get me wrong!
also do i can run this game as standalone i mean compiled?
this is some sort of general question for all qb64 programs...ok
or i must first download qb64 and then try game?

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08-22-2017, 05:15 AM
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I dont wanna say that this game is bad but graphics looks to me more
than retro,i remember very well great retro graphics from Zx - C64 . amstrad
even DOS -eras...
but this one don't look to me like this ?
so please don't get me wrong!
also do i can run this game as standalone i mean compiled?
this is some sort of general question for all qb64 programs...ok
or i must first download qb64 and then try game?

Hey Aurel! Thanks for the interest in my game! Just so you know, the game sticks to the same graphical limitations as the Game Boy Colour. So yes, it won't look like the retro DOS, ZX, C64 or Amstrad games. Smile

The download contains pre-compiled executables for Windows, macOS and Linux, so QB64 shouldn't be needed. Feel free to let me know if you have any issues!

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