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1104 is a sector of space mankind as a whole has been isolated from. However, humans live there and the isolation is their fault. Welcome to 1104, do you have what it takes?
Enter a world of activity and color, a world of violence and risk. Most importantly, it is a world where every decision you make can either grant you new opportunities or destroy them.
First you need to get the JRE (java runtime environment) version 1.6 or higher. Get this from java.com or from googling JRE.
Many features make this one indie game to remember:
So, welcome to 1104. Fly safe, but not too safe.
Controls (might be a little important)
ALTERNATIVE DOWNLOAD LOCATION (for use when a new release is delayed by ModDB) UP
I have been maintaining and working on ASoD essentially on my own for a total of about a year, and I have decided that, since I do not intend to add any more content to the game, that it is probably time to release my position as maintainer.
First Things First
The ModDB page for these releases of among seas of dust will remain up! However, if you want to develop ASoD the source code (which has always been open source) is indeed available, and I would love to see someone else pick up on the project.
First let me warn you I cuss in my comments :). However, let me go over what the major .java files do so you can enter with a heads up...
There are some minor files but their file names are very self explanitory.
Get the Code
The latest release's jarfile SHOULD contain all the java code you need as well as resources. However, you can also check out from SVN.
svn checkout Asod.dev.java.net asod --username username
You should be able to log in as anonymous. If you have any problems getting the code simply email me at email@example.com and those will be over. Also, if you have any questions on the code itself feel free to email me.
I think I've written a fair starting platform for a 2D space game, now its up to you to do what you want to expand it.