Tuxemon – monster-fighting RPG

Tuxemon is a a monster-fighting RPG.

The game is in a fairly early stage of development.

This is free and open source software.

Features include:

  • 183 monsters with sprites.
  • 98 techniques to use in battle.
  • 221 NPC sprites.
  • Game data is all JSON, easy to modify and extend.
  • Game maps are created using the Tiled Map Editor.
  • Simple game script to write the story.
  • Dialogs, interactions on map, npc scripting.
  • Seamless keyboard, mouse, and gamepad input.
  • Animated maps.
  • Lots of documentation.
  • Python code can be modified without a compiler.
  • CLI interface for live game debugging.
  • Localized in several languages.
  • Cross-platform support – runs under Linux, macOS, Windows and Android (experimental).

Website: github.com/Tuxemon/Tuxemon
Support:
Developer: William Edwards, Benjamin Bean and contributors
License: GNU General Public License v3.0

Tuxemon

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