FreeDink is a portable and enhanced version of the Dink Smallwood game engine.
Dink Smallwood is an adventure/role-playing game, similar to Zelda, made by RTsoft. Besides twisted humour, it includes the actual game editor, allowing players to create hundreds of new adventures called Dink Modules or D-Mods for short. The Dink Network hosts a copy of almost all of them.
The game features the twisted adventure of young Dink Smallwood, a pig farmer who leave his town and go on a quest to save the world.
The software 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!
- All the game engine features (graphics, sound, input) are reimplemented using SDL and SDL extensions (and tricks).
- Compatible with the latest release of the Dink engine.
- Hundreds of add-ons are available.
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