Tales Of Middle Earth
Posted 25 September 2005 - 11:13 AM
They're probably the scariest mimics because they appear quite early and don't cast spells on you, so you don't notice they're mimics, unlike the potion and ring mimics
also consider this - the turkey *male genital*ula is called little asia on some geographical maps maps.
I'm your solar-powered princess/Your technological soulmate.
Posted 26 September 2005 - 07:29 AM
MdaG, on Sep 26 2005, 05:49 AM, said:
Posted 26 September 2005 - 10:29 AM
Posted 27 December 2006 - 04:29 PM
How do you set up traps?
I've looked everywhere and can't find the command, so if anyone knows the answer can you please tell me? Thanks in advance.
Posted 30 June 2009 - 07:29 PM
(Frodo being the Abandonia and Reloaded user, not the one from the books)
Anyway,s how do you make and use Mods? Do you jsut use a simple text editor like notepad?
Cause i have a wonderful idea!
a Mod set in; that's right! Make a mod thats set in the world of interplays "Wasteland" !
Basically, i want to have the same map, but different story, maybe make new map area's i suppose, but important things such as high pool, Quartz, the desert ranger hq and so on would still be there, but thats still a long ways a way! i need to get on the official forums so i can get help...
Posted 30 June 2009 - 08:06 PM
Oh yea this should do the scribe thingy, thanks a ton!
Im posting a topic on AB in a hope that some java scripters could provide assistance in any way! Under the title of "Wasteland Style Game" in programming
Posted 25 April 2011 - 09:30 PM
He might be right, v4 is a whole new game, and is being developed independently from the first ToME.
Posted 22 October 2011 - 09:08 PM
Can somebody at least host a mirror of tome 2/3? I don't want to lose this game to obsurity and I don't care about tome 4 that much. I have a copy in my external hard drive, but now it's getting broken. I think it's going to lose out memory too since it's a non-solid state hard drive.
Whelp, today is the day we can rejoice b/c I just save this game from obsurity. People, don't let the author DarkGod or any of his supporters know about this because the last thing I want is to have the game files mysteriously disappear from the internet. I wouldn't trust that they won't do something about it. tomev2/3 is like a internet legend that everyone ought to once try in their gaming lifestyle.
Ok, here come the links. I suggest to use either v2.3.4 or v2.3.5 as those versions are the stable versions (which includes the many features). Windows, Mac, and Linux OS supported.
Just in case something does go amiss, I will host the v2.3.5 on one of my filehosting accounts.
Once again, we can rejoice in tomev2/3!
There are some graphical works from either the Zangband/Dungeon Crawl Stone Soup game at http://pousse.rapier.../tome/index.htm . It's the same game but with more graphic options.
The only loss is the loss of the tome modules; I was not able to scope online for them. I remember there were titles like "Bone to be Wild" and one module about a zombie town (the boss took too many grinding to finish that game). Maybe in time, there will be people willing to recreate a server for tome modules. As for me, I am looking forward for further development on tomev2/3.
Edited by Ribby, 23 October 2011 - 05:24 PM.