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Funkodrom
23-01-2002, 12:53:50
http://www.gamespot.co.uk/stories/previews/0,2160,2102637,00.html

This looks great!

Vincent Fandango
23-01-2002, 12:55:21
Nice idea. I like the Adventure and the Bard's Tale Construction Set (C64)

Funkodrom
23-01-2002, 13:25:02
I can't remember what it was called now but we had a racing game construction kit on the C64, that was really cool.

Beta1
23-01-2002, 13:27:03
Not grand Prix construstion kit or something?

Funkodrom
23-01-2002, 13:33:48
I don't think so, the cars could be armed with things like mines IIRC.

Vincent Fandango
23-01-2002, 13:52:12
I remember that game. Racing Destruction Set?

Funkodrom
23-01-2002, 13:55:40
Yeah, that could have been it. We got a second hand 5 1/4" disk drive for the C64 (luxury!) and it was on one of the pirate disks we got with it.

Vincent Fandango
23-01-2002, 14:01:03
http://members.es.tripod.de/bovirtual/fotosweb/racingds.gif

Funkodrom
23-01-2002, 14:10:15
That looks like it.

Venom
23-01-2002, 14:16:44
Then there was excite bike for the nintendo where you could create tracks with jumps and stuff.

Guy
23-01-2002, 14:23:27
There are lots of good game construction sets out there, most of them free, too. Look here for a good overview:



http://www.ambrosine.com/resource.html

MattHiggs
23-01-2002, 14:28:31
Sim City had a construction set. You could build your own cities. I don't know what you did after that though.

King_Ghidra
23-01-2002, 16:53:04
simulate them

Beta1
23-01-2002, 17:12:39
Good link Guy.

I've played around with DarkBasic on there. Its pretty powerful but hard work
Might look at some of those other ones. I like the idea of the Final Fantasy style game builder.

Greg W
24-01-2002, 19:52:07
And don't forget the big one due to come out soon, Neverwinter Nights. Tho there may be some legal wrangling over the D&D licence since the developers split from, er, jeese, forgotten their name now, the one that published BG/BG2 and hold the licence. :o

Venom
24-01-2002, 19:56:20
Bioware and Interplay split Greg.

DaShi
24-01-2002, 23:03:44
Originally posted by Venom
Then there was excite bike for the nintendo where you could create tracks with jumps and stuff.

I remember that. I always tried to run over people who fell off their bikes. Actually, besides that, the game grew boring pretty quickly for me.

Greg W
25-01-2002, 01:56:24
Originally posted by Venom
Bioware and Interplay split Greg. Yeah, that's them. :D

Venom
25-01-2002, 02:32:38
DaShi, yes the game sucked massively.

Greg: HA! I was right!

DaShi
25-01-2002, 02:52:57
Originally posted by Venom
Bioware and Interplay split Greg.

It's settled. For good or bad is for you to decide.