2019-04-13 02:39:32

Hi. I wanted to play a bit with the age of slaughter code(not make a new game out of it just booredom). In  the agarchive there was the note that i need bgt 1.0 to run it. I incountered this problem before and just tried to run it with my normal bgt, but some kind of syntax seams to be different.
Is there a way to get bgt 1.0 and make it working? I heard it may make problems because of the fact that it was still payed. Thanks, simter.

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2019-04-13 12:56:36

If you want to just run it, there's a copy of BGT 1.0 here. You can't compile it because that was restricted to the paid version of BGT in those days, but otherwise it runs. Philip bennefall actually patched the game to run on newer versions of BGT at one point, but I'm not sure where that patch has gotten off to.

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2019-04-13 21:51:32

A ok thx. It worked, A strange thing though is that the new and the old bgt seam to intercept each other. Even if they are installed in different directories, in the moment where you install old bgt new bgt dies.

Coding is fun. You can how ever only code good if you have enough motivation to do so.

Give the new devs a motivation. Don't expect to much from their first steps cause after all they are new, but give them some chances.

2019-04-13 23:10:45

Yes, unfortunately you may not be able to easily solve that, especially since BGT adds context menu items for .bgt files.

Who threw the big green talking wheel? It's been demanding that I find whoever injured it for the past several hours.

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2019-04-14 00:12:50

I solved it by just putting the old bgt on an external hartdrive

Coding is fun. You can how ever only code good if you have enough motivation to do so.

Give the new devs a motivation. Don't expect to much from their first steps cause after all they are new, but give them some chances.