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GNU FreeDink
Free enhancement of the Dink Smallwood game engine

FreeDink is a portable and enhanced version of the Dink Smallwood game engine, an adventure/role-playing game, similar to Zelda (2D top view), made by RTsoft.

The game features the twisted adventure of young Dink Smallwood, a pig farmer who leaves his town and goes on a quest to save the world.

GNU FreeDink runs the original game as well as its D-Mods, with close compatibility, under multiple platforms.

It also comes with the DFArc front-end to manage and play Dink Modules (or D-Mods for short): fans-made new add-ons, some of them bigger than the original game!

And if you want to make your own adventure, the FreeDinkedit game editor awaits you.



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Download version 1.08.4 (stable)
released on 22 October 2014

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GPLv3genium10 September 2014

Leaders and contributors

Seth Robinson Contributor
Shawn Betts Contributor
Sylvain Beucler Maintainer
Christoph Reichenbach Contributor

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Software prerequisites

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 24 October 2014.


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