On a diplomatic mission for the New Republic, Luke Skywalker and his friends, Han Solo, Chewbacca, Princess Leia, and the droids R2-D2 and C3-P0 were passing through a remote galaxy' At the helm of the Republic cruiser were Han and Chewie, while Luke practiced his Jedi skills elsewhere on the ship' Suddenly, Luke fell into a profound deep sleep' In a vision, he saw an ancient man, who spoke to him'
"Luke, I have been waiting for you for a long time'"
"Who are you?" said Luke'
"I am your father's father, Amon-Ra, the Jedi Master" the man replied'
"I didn't know my father's father was still alive," Luke replied'
"There are many things that will soon be revealed to you," answered Amon-Ra, "You draw closer to me by the moment' Soon, all shall be revealed to you'"
Abruptly, Luke awoke from the dream to find a great deal of time had passed' The cruiser he was in was no longer flying, but instead, was rapidly filling with water' Luke quickly made his escape from the doomed cruiser to find himself in the middle of a lake, and his friends were no where to be seen' Luke quickly swam ashore and noticed two figures approaching him' One was the familiar R2-D2, the other a man he had never seen before' Thus Luke's strange quest began'''
Star Wars: Bloodlines is an RPG similar to the SNES RPGs Zelda III and the Final Fantasy series'
The story takes place following the original Star Wars trilogy and features many familiar faces, both good and evil' The elements of the game will remain true to those of the Star Wars universe'
The engine is being programed in Visual Basic 6 from scratch and contains a mix of hand-drawn graphics as well as graphics from the PC game Yoda Stories'
I can't believe we missed it, but Star Wars: Bloodlines turned 4 on December 4th.
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Amon-Ra? Really? This game apparently doesn't respect the SW canon (Anakin doesn't have a father: he was conceived by the Force itself through Shmi Skywalker) but I'll try it anyway, as I've never heard of a SW RPG before. It might just be fun.
BTW, "passing through a remote galaxy?" I believe you meant "passing through a remote system" since the entire SW (including the expanded universe) takes place in one single galaxy...
Ever heard of Knight of the Old Republic buddy? SW RPG
I think if you'll play the game, you'll realize that things aren't what they first appear to be.
Reminds me of an old game they had...
What was it, Yoda's Tales or something like that? There was an Indiana Jones one to?
Yer graphics seem almost exactly like that old one.
Most of the graphics were taken from Yoda Stories, but there are some new graphics in there as well.
The game, however, is different from Yoda Stories.
i love this game can you make more or no?
There are plans for a sequel, but no release plan yet.
Visual Basic? Ive never thought of VB being able to handle and make games such as this. im impressed! ill be sure to check this one out. Any tutorials on how to make a visual basic game that you know of?
Thanks. A lot of what you can do with C++ can be done in VB6. Yes, C++ code will more than likely be faster, but sometimes you can tweak the VB6 code so it's comparable or the speed difference is moot. You do have to go down to the API level with something like this. I don't recall any VB6-specific tutorials, but look into game loops in general and the GDI API calls.
hey, wtf, is this like yoda stories?
Then, lol it seems to be promissing, nice job, i'll download it
Thanks, man. Hope you enjoy it!