Ultra Simple Windows program for Dungeon making

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Ultra Simple Windows program for Dungeon making

Post by Ron1 » Sat Jan 31, 2015 7:26 am

I am not a RPG player but more a board/wargame player.
But there is a very tin line between RPG and Boardgames/wargames...
touching each other.
Anyway when I saw this site I wanted to add a siple program to create square
dungeons or other maps and save them to a .bmp file.
Mostly I use ink saving tiles but you can replace them......
I do not know if it is a useful program for this site or for RPG but....
The program:
Any comments here:
https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/dun ... s/messages

This program was made under Linux/Wine so Linux users can use it too...
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Re: Ultra Simple Windows program for Dungeon making

Post by chiisu81 » Sat Jan 31, 2015 10:52 am

A required Yahoo login = no go.
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Re: Ultra Simple Windows program for Dungeon making

Post by teaman » Mon Feb 02, 2015 6:35 am

Also, check under the "Tools" tab right here for MapMatic. It's free, no login required, and programmed by Solomoriah, the owner of this site.

If you'd like a color map, consider using:

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Re: Ultra Simple Windows program for Dungeon making

Post by Solomoriah » Mon Feb 02, 2015 8:52 am

Yeah, Ron1, I was going to look at your program, but not only do you have to be a Yahoo! member (I am, though I never use it), you also have to be a member of the group.

Could you maybe use a service like Dropbox where we could download it without needing an account? Or perhaps upload the program to the forum as an attachment, if it's not too big?
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