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Old 27 December 2004, 15:35   #1
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Question Level editor for Cadaver

On the site http://www.gods-country.de , a user posted this comment:

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posted on 13 Sep 2004, 00:28 by Mister Moth in the Cadaver Section
For anyone interested -
The levels in Cadaver were creeated using an editor that ran on an Atari ST.

It had a 2D mode that was used to create the layout of the rooms and attach adjoining doors, an Isometric mode that was used to 'paint' the floor tiles, assemble the wall blocks and place instances of objects from a library - and a text editor that was used to enter an event based language (ADL) where you could add events and actions (such as 'on touch()', 'on drop()', 'on enter()' ) for every object, door, room, area etc. This language was compiled into a Byte Code (as is the case with a number of modern languages) and interpreted when the game was running.

If this editor still exists, new levels could be created for cadaver with relative ease .... IF the editor exists!!
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Does anyone how to find out if the editor still exists and if yes, how to get it?
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Old 27 December 2004, 16:35   #2
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Don' t think there is one, sorry. I have searched over the entire Internet and on some private FTP sites. Have only found some Cadaver special bonus levels, but no editor.

When reading this thread I come to think of the editor for Colonial Conquest II. I love that game and downloaded the editor. Now I will kick those alien asses.
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Old 27 December 2004, 18:19   #3
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The Cadaver ed. would be cool to get hold of.

Or perhaps a possible CARE project.
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Old 27 December 2004, 23:30   #4
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off topic: I would LOOOVE a level editor for Marble Madness! If I remember correctly, they were big flat 2d pics coupled to level data with the 3D info? Anyone know something about that?
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Old 28 December 2004, 02:24   #5
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Something like this maybe? http://www.nonowt.com/magfold/revsfol/mmadcons.html
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@Ironclaw - Is your signiture a piss take?
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Old 28 December 2004, 02:29   #7
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a piss take?..... what ya mean?.... hmmm.. you mean something that would irritate people?

Well... I just like to show off... I'm good at amiga games... I've got alot of useless info from many amiga games printed in my brain from years of playing.
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