Back in a minute 1.2 released!

The first public release of my BASH game Back in a minute has finally been released on my coding blog: Back In a Minute First Public Release, Version 1.2!

Back in a minute running in gnome-terminal

Back in a minute a.k.a biamin

You can download a tarball or clone my git repository. Please enjoy!

It feels great to finally give something back to the Free and Open Source software community! The ~2200 lines of code reflects a need for optimization, but I am not planning to do any major overhauls on the current game. (It runs fine and is stable.)

If you ever wanted a random, Warhammer-like BASH terminal adventure game, you’re in for a treat! The world of Back in a minute has 4 playable races, 6 enemies, 8 items and 6 scenarios in 270 sections of the world map. And if you tire of the default map, you can create your own using the map template generator that is built in!

Have fun and a great weekend! It is time to make dinner and mix myself a drink:)

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