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Maia - Revenge of the End of the Line

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Needing some beta testing if you're adventurous.
Sourcecode for shockwave if interested in developing.

Explore, and hopefully stop the end of the world, which will destroy your game after a few hours (although you can play over again and continue the same character). This is a text based, single or multiplayer game with a graphical element. There is an executable version to download, or you can play on the web by going through an animated loader program in shockwave. My apology that the site is free hosting, so please don't mind the advertising.

Download: [url="http://jerniwerks.angelfire.com/maia.rar"]http://jerniwerks.an...re.com/maia.rar[/url]
Browser: [url="http://jerniwerks.angelfire.com/arcade.html"]http://jerniwerks.an...com/arcade.html[/url]
Sourcecode: [url="http://jerniwerks.angelfire.com/mia.rar"]http://jerniwerks.an...ire.com/mia.rar[/url]

I've tested it to death recently and fixed several bugs. I'm trying to find more people to play it and report some feedback. I'm very interested to know the game balance for someone who's never played it, or any possible way to cheat in leveling up. Let me know what you think.

Thanks for sharing, enjoy the day, and cheers. Edited by zenaple

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New website:  http://heartofeternal.org

New update:  http://heartofeternal.org/ark/maia.zip


2014 release notes:

 -- Spider web properties.
 -- Ring properties.
 -- Bug preventing light checks.
 -- Bug preventing boink spell.
 -- Some spelling errors.
 -- Rare infinite loop bug.
 -- Time constraint lengthened.
 -- Misc changes.

 -- Mageslayer class.
 -- Nymphomaniac class.
 -- Magic Valley area.
 -- City of Midgar area.
 -- Misc areas and items.
 -- 2 additional races.
 -- Additional key codes.


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Oops, update version 2 - A few more minor changes.


Live on the site, but here's the new zip file attachment.


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