History VideoGame / DinkSmallwood

2nd Oct '15 7:18:06 AM GastonRabbit
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* CosmicDeadline: the second half of the game is markedly less polished than the first parts.



* RushJob: the second half of the game is markedly less polished than the first parts.
11th Aug '15 11:37:13 PM GastonRabbit
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** AssholeVictim: You can kill [[spoiler:your abusive uncle]].

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** AssholeVictim: You can kill [[spoiler:your abusive uncle]]. He stays dead for the rest of the game and this does not affect the plot.
11th Aug '15 11:36:08 PM GastonRabbit
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* VideogameCrueltyPotential: Your various attacks can be used on [=NPCs=] as well as monsters. Effects vary from crying for mercy to outright murder. And that's not counting the harm you can do with words alone...

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* VideogameCrueltyPotential: VideoGameCrueltyPotential: Your various attacks can be used on [=NPCs=] as well as monsters. Effects vary from crying for mercy to outright murder. And that's not counting the harm you can do with words alone...alone...
** AssholeVictim: You can kill [[spoiler:your abusive uncle]].
17th Jun '15 3:14:16 PM GastonRabbit
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''Dink Smallwood'' is also notable for having a game development system right alongside the game, for creating new adventures for ''Dink'' called "D-Mods". One D-Mod, Mystery Island, which was also created by Seth, is included with the official release of the game (''GNU [=FreeDink=]'' users will need to install it separately using [=DFArc=]). Other D-Mods, along with the bulk of the ''Dink'' community, can be found at [[http://www.dinknetwork.com/ The Dink Network]].

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''Dink Smallwood'' is also notable for having a game development system right alongside the game, for creating new adventures for ''Dink'' called "D-Mods". One D-Mod, Mystery Island, which was also created by Seth, is included with the official release of the game (''GNU [=FreeDink=]'' users will need to install it separately using [=DFArc=]).the included [=DFArc=] utility). Other D-Mods, along with the bulk of the ''Dink'' community, can be found at [[http://www.dinknetwork.com/ The Dink Network]].
17th Jun '15 3:13:30 PM GastonRabbit
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''Dink Smallwood'' is also notable for having a game development system right alongside the game, for creating new adventures for ''Dink'' called "D-Mods". One D-Mod, Mystery Island, which was also created by Seth, is included with the official release of the game (''GNU [=FreeDink=]'' users will need to install it separately). Other D-Mods, along with the bulk of the ''Dink'' community, can be found at [[http://www.dinknetwork.com/ The Dink Network]].

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''Dink Smallwood'' is also notable for having a game development system right alongside the game, for creating new adventures for ''Dink'' called "D-Mods". One D-Mod, Mystery Island, which was also created by Seth, is included with the official release of the game (''GNU [=FreeDink=]'' users will need to install it separately).separately using [=DFArc=]). Other D-Mods, along with the bulk of the ''Dink'' community, can be found at [[http://www.dinknetwork.com/ The Dink Network]].
17th Jun '15 3:12:15 PM GastonRabbit
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''Dink Smallwood'' was made by Seth Robinson of Robinson Technologies in 1997, and was originally sold in stores, with a shareware version online. In 1999, Seth released the game as freeware, and can be downloaded [[http://www.rtsoft.com/dink/download.htm here]]. Even later, Dink became open sourced (using a variant of the license of zlib) in hopes of making it available on more systems. (If your operating system isn't supported by official freeware version, there may be a version of ''[[http://www.freedink.org/ GNU FreeDink]]'', which replaces all components not covered by the zlib-like license, available.)

''Dink Smallwood'' is also notable for having a game development system right alongside the game, for creating new adventures for Dink called "D-Mods". One D-Mod, Mystery Island, which was also created by Seth, is included with the official release of the game (''GNU [=FreeDink=]'' users will need to install it separately). Other D-Mods, along with the bulk of the Dink community, can be found at [[http://www.dinknetwork.com/ The Dink Network]].

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''Dink Smallwood'' was made by Seth Robinson of Robinson Technologies in 1997, and was originally sold in stores, with a shareware version online. In 1999, Seth released the game as freeware, and can be downloaded [[http://www.rtsoft.com/dink/download.htm here]]. Even later, Dink ''Dink'' became open sourced (using a variant of the license of zlib) in hopes of making it available on more systems. (If your operating system isn't supported by official freeware version, there may be a version of ''[[http://www.freedink.org/ GNU FreeDink]]'', which replaces all components not covered by the zlib-like license, available.)

''Dink Smallwood'' is also notable for having a game development system right alongside the game, for creating new adventures for Dink ''Dink'' called "D-Mods". One D-Mod, Mystery Island, which was also created by Seth, is included with the official release of the game (''GNU [=FreeDink=]'' users will need to install it separately). Other D-Mods, along with the bulk of the Dink ''Dink'' community, can be found at [[http://www.dinknetwork.com/ The Dink Network]].
17th Jun '15 3:11:30 PM GastonRabbit
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''Dink Smallwood'' was made by Seth Robinson of Robinson Technologies in 1997, and was originally sold in stores, with a shareware version online. In 1999, Seth released the game as freeware, and can be downloaded [[http://www.rtsoft.com/dink/download.htm here]]. Even later, Dink became open sourced (using a variant of the license of zlib) in hopes of making it available on more systems. (If your operating system isn't supported by official freeware version, there may be a version of [[http://www.freedink.org/ GNU FreeDink]], which replaces all components not covered by the zlib-like license, available.)

''Dink Smallwood'' is also notable for having a game development system right alongside the game, for creating new adventures for Dink called "D-Mods". One D-Mod, Mystery Island, which was also created by Seth, is included with the original game. Other D-Mods, along with the bulk of the Dink community, can be found at [[http://www.dinknetwork.com/ The Dink Network]].

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''Dink Smallwood'' was made by Seth Robinson of Robinson Technologies in 1997, and was originally sold in stores, with a shareware version online. In 1999, Seth released the game as freeware, and can be downloaded [[http://www.rtsoft.com/dink/download.htm here]]. Even later, Dink became open sourced (using a variant of the license of zlib) in hopes of making it available on more systems. (If your operating system isn't supported by official freeware version, there may be a version of [[http://www.''[[http://www.freedink.org/ GNU FreeDink]], FreeDink]]'', which replaces all components not covered by the zlib-like license, available.)

''Dink Smallwood'' is also notable for having a game development system right alongside the game, for creating new adventures for Dink called "D-Mods". One D-Mod, Mystery Island, which was also created by Seth, is included with the original game.official release of the game (''GNU [=FreeDink=]'' users will need to install it separately). Other D-Mods, along with the bulk of the Dink community, can be found at [[http://www.dinknetwork.com/ The Dink Network]].
6th Jun '15 4:44:07 PM GastonRabbit
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''Dink Smallwood'' was made by Seth Robinson of Robinson Technologies in 1997, and was originally sold in stores, with a shareware version online. In 1999, Seth released the game as freeware, and can be downloaded [[http://www.rtsoft.com/dink/download.htm here]]. (If your operating system isn't supported by the version on there, there may be a version of [[http://www.freedink.org/ GNU FreeDink]] available.) Even later, Dink became open sourced in hopes of making it available on more systems.

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''Dink Smallwood'' was made by Seth Robinson of Robinson Technologies in 1997, and was originally sold in stores, with a shareware version online. In 1999, Seth released the game as freeware, and can be downloaded [[http://www.rtsoft.com/dink/download.htm here]]. Even later, Dink became open sourced (using a variant of the license of zlib) in hopes of making it available on more systems. (If your operating system isn't supported by the version on there, official freeware version, there may be a version of [[http://www.freedink.org/ GNU FreeDink]] FreeDink]], which replaces all components not covered by the zlib-like license, available.) Even later, Dink became open sourced in hopes of making it available on more systems.
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6th Jun '15 4:40:02 PM GastonRabbit
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''Dink Smallwood'' was made by Seth Robinson of Robinson Technologies in 1997, and was originally sold in stores, with a shareware version online. In 1999, Seth released the game as freeware, and can be downloaded [[http://www.rtsoft.com/dink/download.htm here]]. Even later, Dink became open sourced in hopes of making it available on more systems.

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''Dink Smallwood'' was made by Seth Robinson of Robinson Technologies in 1997, and was originally sold in stores, with a shareware version online. In 1999, Seth released the game as freeware, and can be downloaded [[http://www.rtsoft.com/dink/download.htm here]]. (If your operating system isn't supported by the version on there, there may be a version of [[http://www.freedink.org/ GNU FreeDink]] available.) Even later, Dink became open sourced in hopes of making it available on more systems.
24th Mar '15 12:38:35 PM StFan
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''Dink Smallwood'' tells the [[TheRPGClichesGame standard 32-bit RPG tale]] of [[FarmBoy a farm boy]] who dreams of becoming a mighty warrior. After Dink receives a visit from a local wizard and Dink's mother and house burn in a fire, Dink begins his [[TheHerosJourney epic]] and [[DeadpanSnarker snarky]] journey to save the kingdom from cults, rogue knights, goblins, famine, and an ancient who destroyed all other ancients. Also, lets not forget the [[DieChairDie evil furniture.]]

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''Dink Smallwood'' tells the [[TheRPGClichesGame [[Website/TheRPGClichesGame standard 32-bit RPG tale]] of [[FarmBoy a farm boy]] who dreams of becoming a mighty warrior. After Dink receives a visit from a local wizard and Dink's mother and house burn in a fire, Dink begins his [[TheHerosJourney epic]] and [[DeadpanSnarker snarky]] journey to save the kingdom from cults, rogue knights, goblins, famine, and an ancient who destroyed all other ancients. Also, lets not forget the [[DieChairDie evil furniture.]]
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