Zakil Wood for MSX2

Zakil Wood for MSX2

by ARTRAG on 24-11-2019, 11:17
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"Hail great adventurer! You have been chosen for the quest to recover the stolen «Ruby of Zakil»!"
"For years the ruby had been in the possession of your village, for years your village had prospered."
"That is until the GRUD came out of the forest and amid the chaos and terror, stole the ruby. It is our quest to recover it."

This is remake for MSX2 of the classic adventure Zakil Wood developed by NataliaPC and you can play freely here!

The game was done as a tutorial to learn the use of DAAD language in general and msx2daad engine specifically.

Please support the coder with a paypal donation

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Comments (7)

By PAC

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24-11-2019, 19:10

Thank you, I love this kind of games. It looks great!

By jltursan

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24-11-2019, 21:33

Really cool!, back then it was an adventure in par with the Level 9 ones. Great work!

By Manuel

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24-11-2019, 21:57

Where did you get all these images from? Self made or from another port?

By iamweasel2

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25-11-2019, 19:43

Amazing work, congratulations ! Smile I hope more people use this tool to remake classic MSX1 adventures to MSX2 or even V9990.

I was wondering the same thing, how those images were created?

By nataliapc

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03-12-2019, 14:09

Manuel wrote:

Where did you get all these images from? Self made or from another port?

As I know there is only MSX1 version of this game, at least distributed in Europe...

The images are edited pictures to fit the different locations, and in SCREEN 8 format.
And sorry, no double buffer to shown them due to some DAAD limitations (at least right now).

Just a quick and FULL PLAYABLE demo of MSX2DAAD interpreter capabilities Big smile
https://github.com/nataliapc/msx2daad/wiki

By Manuel

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04-12-2019, 23:42

Wow, how many images are in there?? That must have been quite some work!

By nataliapc

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05-12-2019, 15:41

Around 24 images, to fit a diskette...