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//Title: 4.0 Key Tapping, Key Holding, Key Up, Key Down //Credit to: Jtgibson //Contributed by: Jtgibson /* BYOND 4.0 …
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//Title: ReceiveDrop //Credit to: Jtgibson //Contributed by: Jtgibson /* A custom procedure I really like to use is a …
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//Title: Independent Movement and Turning //Credit to: Jtgibson //Contributed by: Jtgibson /* This demonstrates a way …
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[Gughunter: This BYONDscape Classic post by Wizkidd0123 has so many nifty links that I decided to invoke Editorial …
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Four tips on user interface design, with a focus on verbs and commands. Handy for everyone!
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Let the game build the world for you, and you can have as much fun exploring it as your players will.
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I downloaded Audacity about a month ago, but wasn't able to do much with it because of my lack of experience in audio …
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NEW! Step right up, ladies and gents, and marvel at the Formula with a Thousand Uses! Two lines of source code included!
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A BYONDscape Classic! In many games, all the shopkeepers could be replaced with vending machines and the game would be …
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Making an RPG? Here a humorous list of role playing game cliches that I stumbled upon that you might want to take a …
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This is one of those BYONDscape Classics we're always going on about. Using this simple technique (and Python -- which …
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A BYONDscape Classic! If you're a new programmer, this will teach you one of the most important techniques. If you …
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A BYONDscape Classic! If you're including some sort of AI (Artificial Intelligence) in your game, fuzzy logic is a …
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A BYONDscape Classic! Some software developers argue that "there is no silver bullet," but that's no excuse for you not …
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A BYONDscape Classic! Tiko offers a few suggestions about how to make a game that people won't flee in horror (or, if …
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Here are just a few of the features of this great program: 1) It's free! 2) In addition to freeform sound-building, it …
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A BYONDscape Classic! Did you know 84 percent of BYOND gamers will abandon a game in the first two minutes if it …
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We're back from Christmas break with a BYONDscape Classic! Take a look into DarkView's approach to planning out a game.
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This article anticipates your first objection! "Rectangles don't inherit from square; a square is a special type of …
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NEW! PantsQuest II is a short demonstration of one way to include "cut scenes" in BYOND games.
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A BYONDscape Classic! An excerpt to pique your interest: "....I have chosen an esoteric theme to show how it is …
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NEW! What's big and purple and rules the waves? Grape Britain, of course. But how can you keep it from wandering off …
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A BYONDscape "Classic"! I probably shouldn't use those sneer quotes, because the Memory Shed is, in fact, a technique I …
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A BYONDscape "Classic"! Possible inspiration for a game of your own, with a bonus: Commodore 64 BASIC source code! …
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A BYONDscape Classic! What's with all those pound signs you see in some people's code? Once you know, you might want to …
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NEW! Learn about how, and why, you might want to tinker with BYOND's path tree. Includes a source code demo that's also …
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NEW: The whole three-part series is complete! Each part contains links to the other two, so if you missed an …
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A BYONDscape Classic! Learn the wonders of inheritance and overriding in this concise introduction.
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NEW! A brief, entertaining six-level game with source code. Plus there's a comparably brief "post-mortem" article right …
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A BYONDscape Classic! BYOND offers plenty of multiplayer games and solo games... but what about all the unclaimed …
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A BYONDscape classic! I'm going to re-post this because, although BYOND is four years older now, this is still a handy …
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NEW! Shadowdarke revisits the BigAtom library. You've seen the complex features; now check out the simple ones!
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Ever wonder how some games like Tanks or Scream of the Stickster can get such nice-looking wall segments? Here's the …
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When a user isn't the usr, the usr the user used uses up the user's patience fixing the usr. Don't let this happen to …
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A BYONDscape Classic! Keyboard Macros …
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A BYONDscape Classic! Screen objects In the recent advances in the BYOND programming system, there has been a slew …
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//Title: Bug Reporting //Credit to: DivineO'peanut //Contributed by: DivineO'peanut /* This is a set of commands that …
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//Title: Is Text In Order //Credit to: DivineO'peanut //Contributed by: YDivineO'peanut /* Returns TRUE if the …
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I thought we might do something a little different today, and check out some of what BYOND offers in a specific …
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A BYONDscape Classic! I'm posting this not because it's a particularly brilliant or well-written review, but because …
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A BYONDscape Classic! Ever heard of Klaus Teuber? He's one of the most famous game designers on the planet …
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A BYONDscape Classic! Enjoy! And don't forget, the Game in a Day contest starts in just a few hours... more info here: …
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A BYONDscape Classic! Picking icon states at runtime Some of you may have wondered: "How do I pick a random state …
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//Title: Customizeable Caesar Cipher //Credit to: DivineO'peanut //Contributed by: DivineO'peanut //Special thanks to: …
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Or something official sounding like that. It's part one of a maybe three part toot on color, light, and shading. I hope …
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BYOND's ability to show a mini-browser and use links in text gives you a lot of options for improving your game's …
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//Title: Rudimentary Encumbrance //Credit to: Jtgibson //Contributed by: Jtgibson /* This is just a very basic …
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//Title: Random Floating Point Numbers with Tendency //Credit to: Jtgibson //Contributed by: Jtgibson //This random …
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by Zilal Deconstruction 1: Checkers   In the last chapter, to get you programming quickly, we created a game and …
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by Zilal IX. More tips X. Testing with shortcuts XI. Elements of checkers XII. Adapt this game! XIII. Polishing …
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