I've been following this games development for YEARS and it's finally out! I'm so excited and you should be, too!
@fribbledom Slightly different subject matter, but I really like the trend towards making an open bot API for games and letting people design AIs and having them battle, especially in tournaments.
My AI class in college did something on a smaller scale as our final. We all built AIs to play a simple game in a tournament, and your grade was based on your placement.
Thank you Ellen Page.
Tusky has opened an Open Collective, where you can support the development, translations and support work!
We offer a $12/ year tier, which is the symbolic "if everyone who uses the app can pay $1/month".
As well as, a backer tier, and a sponsor tier!
I would like to make this also post to my instance, but a couple days ago, I wrote a little Stardew Valley fortune teller twitter bot that tweets a fortune from the game every morning 😀
Gotta work on getting set up with the mastodon API but should be easy enough to make it post to both when I get the time.
@tso yeah, makes sense for sure, I just always get excited that someone is going to contribute back to the project but check periodically and its just pacing HEAD and I'm bummed
@VoidLurker yeah thats fair. I just keep checking the forks people make to see if they're doing anything and nothing comes up :(
Working on some writing for my upcoming 5e session this weekend. It's going to be a pretty low key session for the players to explore their base town, handle some business and make a few decisions, but I'm still looking forward to it.
D&D sessions can still be a really fun time without needing major climax boss fights #tabletop
@Laurelai I learned this the hard way
It wasnt until I looked back at myself years later that I saw how much I was lead down rabbit holes