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'hobonation'com/MaerchenSig005'gif PREFACE: Maerchen, a two dimensional RPG in development by Nord1c Design, grants you control of "Karl", a teenage boy living in Renessaince-esque land remniscent of Northern Europe (particularly the Norwegian Peninsula)' You are quite happy in your village' You have lot's of friends, and there is plenty of work and play to keep you occupied in this serene, snowy world' Though civilization is starting to make it's mark on the land, and the village folk are constantly pushing outward, there is wilderness all around you' Your parents have warned you not to venture into the deep forests, or even to go outside of the village walls, but what do they take you for!? Of course you go outside' Of course you enjoy playing with your friends in the natural, foreign world a mere few kilometers away' Of course you sneak into your grandfather's attic and discover a book of ancient lore, written in the Dynasty of Mages' This is the introductory...
After a few months of just using our Nord1c website as a resource for Maerchen, we've finally set up a site dedicated 100% to Maerchen. Though it's still under construction, the essentials are in place. Please come by and check it out! Visit it now! On a slightly less positive note, it is
Posted by San-J on Mar 2nd, 2005
After a few months of just using our Nord1c website as a resource for Maerchen, we've finally set up a site dedicated 100% to Maerchen. Though it's still under construction, the essentials are in place. Please come by and check it out!
On a slightly less positive note, it is my grave duty to inform you that we'll have to rewrite over 80% of the code for Maerchen. This is due to some incredible coincidences, outlined at the new webpage. We're trying to make the best out of an admittedly horrible situation by looking at this as an opportunity to greatly improve the code, and even add 3D functions, to allow for even more immersive gameplay. Regardless, this has set progression way behind schedule, pushing the expected release date well into 2006.
~Sangye "San-J" Ince-Johannsen