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Duskwalker
07-27-2010, 02:06 PM,
Post: #1
Duskwalker
Where can I find DuskWalker? I would like to obtain a copy of the Gangster-RPG script; If he has it still in his possession.
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07-27-2010, 05:20 PM,
Post: #2
Re: Duskwalker
The GRPG script is not available legally as far as I'm aware. However, the base that Dusk probably used is called "Exofusion", which is free, open source, and available off of source forge.

Some of the above may be incorrect, as only Dusk would know, but a script list showed PRPG as a demo for exofusion, and I know that GRPG uses an older version of PRPG's script, as stated by a person on another site.

So unless Dusk decides to give you the script for the game, which in my opinion is fairly unlikely, you won't be able to legally obtain it.
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08-05-2010, 07:20 AM,
Post: #3
Re: Duskwalker
If it's a GRPG-like feel that you want, you can use Exofusion and the results will be all but identical. I urge you not to use the same text and places and name for your proposed project as Dusk, of course, since that's plagiarism...but otherwise, you should have no issue. Exofusion is open source.
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08-07-2010, 10:55 PM,
Post: #4
Re: Duskwalker
Most online games use the same base code from Dragonswords, code that got stolen a long time ago LOL. Usually pretty easy to find the code online
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