A terminal based 2D open world game. Where you can build stuff, shoot stuff, and blow stuff up.
There is now a beta web version of the app available! If you browse to wandererapp.herokuapp.com, you can try it out.
Currently, the architecture is not very fast, so there may be some lag, but if there is enough interest in it, I will add more dynos.
Make sure you have
$ node -v v4.1.2 $ npm -v 2.14.4
If you get errors instead of version numbers visit the NodeJS site.
Install the game globaly:
$ npm install --production -g Wanderer
Or if you don't care about having a few dev dependencies:
$ npm install -g Wanderer
Now run the game and have some fun:
Note: Controls are not very well layed out currently since the game engine itself has been the priority. They are subject to possibly durastic change in the near future.
place block down- g
place block up- r
remove block down- v
remove block left bottom- z
remove block lett top- q
remove block right bottom- x
remove block right top- e
shoot left- u
shoot right- i
drop bomb- h
drop tnt- t
detonate tnt- p
re-render screen- y
drop tesseract- b
move tesseract left- j
move tesseract right- k
teleport to ground- k
Run the game with the
m option and a url to the server you are joining:
$ wanderer m http://<servername>.<domain>:<port>
Note: Currently the server setup is a little limited. With each run, a new world is generated and worlds cannot be saved. Changing this is a high priority, so there should be a WorldManager of sorts in the near future. The default port is
3030and is not configurable currently.
Run the app with the
$ wanderer s
Fork the repo and clone it to your box.
$ git clone <your_forked_repo> $ cd <your_forked_repo>
Create a branch
$ git branch <your_feature> $ git checkout <your_feature>
$ npm install
The directory structure of the app is currently pretty simple. Modules/Functionality are stored
modules/, types and utilities are stored in
types/, external processes (such as the structure analysis and tesseract monitor) are kept in
- Arch Linux tty terminal
- Xterm on Arch linux
- KDE Plasma Konsole on Arch Linux(Works but with some fonts there are display issues. Recomend the Terminus font)
- LXDE LXTerminal on Arch Linux(Works but with some fonts there are display issues.)
- Gnome Terminal on Ubuntu 15.04
- Windows 7 Command Prompt
- Windows 10 Command Prompt(A few input issues noticed)
- Windows 10 MINGW64 teminal emulator(A few input issues noticed)
Out of all these options, I've gotten by far the best results out of a straight Linux tty terminal. Yah, ya don't need a GUI to play this game.