The Don’t Starve Save Editor is a tool that you can use to influence the way you play Don’t Starve. Features as changing the current character, the stats of the characters, or the current day are all features that are or will be available. This Save Editor for Don’t Starve is the first in its kind and I’m proud to present the community of this wonderful game with yet another way to enjoy the Don’t Starve experience.
I’ve bought Don’t Starve a half a week ago and I’m enjoying the game a lot. There are a lot of things I like about the game, including the way you gain experience by surviving. However, I was curious how much experience I would get after an X amount of days, so I made a little piece of code that calculates how much experience you will get after an X amount of days. Just input the number of days and press ‘Calculate’, and the tool should show you how much experience points you will get if you die after surviving that amount of days.
I’ve been very busy with my studies lately and decided to write a little program (screenshot) to test my new found knowledge. The result is a very simple but powerful little program that you can use to annoy your friends by sending them huge amounts of text messages in a very short time.
The last couple of days I’ve been busy building my own first-ever collection of Portal 2 test chambers. After more than 12 hours of work I can finally say that the Torasko Science Testing Facility is completed and ready for everyone to enjoy. The project has been published on Steam Workshop so that’s the place you want to be when you want the collection. Just click the “Subscribe to all” button, start up Portal 2 and solve the new test chambers that are waiting for you!
Welcome to the Torasko Science Testing Facility, Prisoner/Test Subject! Welcome to the perfect place to test your Portal-placing skills! Of course we are gathering all the test results and have a cup of coffee while we let you listen to pre-recorded messages and solve some very simple tests. Don’t worry about dying, we will tell your parents when you’re dead. Not that they care about that, but we’ll do it with pleasure! Now, get going and solve those tests!
I’ve learned a new couple of things the last few days, including how to create new functions, and I wanted to implement what I’ve learned into a new version of Treasure of Algarath. This new version (v0.1.2) includes a brand new main menu, credits and a nice little license. Also, the first chapter has been finished and there is some new math to calculate some values. If you’re interested in the new version of Treasure of Algarath, then click here to download it. The source code of the game is also included in the package.
What to expect from future releases:
- Vectors and complex algorithms
- Items and an inventory
- Some randomness here and there
- Maybe a critter, who knows
Note that this project is being used purely to learn. There are no intentions to ever release it as a product.