EBF Collection: Prototypes

Hey guys, the “Prototypes” section of the Epic Battle Fantasy Collection is done. This shows off a bunch of work-in-progress Flash files. This part basically functions like a file browser, and just launches the files in new Flashplayer windows, rather than in the main window. The upside of doing it this way is that the prototypes run totally independent of the launcher, and can lock up without ruining the user experience. The downside is that the Steam Overlay won’t work on them, so no easy screenshot button.

Making an application that launches other applications makes me feel like a powerful hacker.

As for what’s included, it’s basically anything that I think fans of the EBF games will find interesting and noteworthy. You’ll probably remember most of them from the thumbnails.

On top of all that, there’s a hidden folder containing more Flash files that aren’t as noteworthy.

6 thoughts on “EBF Collection: Prototypes

  1. Acs

    it would be interesting if you made an ebf collection with all the games apart from ebf ebf2 ebf3 ebf4 adventure story among others it would be nice to see it running natively on both Windows and android if possible ebf 4 brings me a lot of nostalgia because it was the first one I played for this I like so much

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    1. Matt Roszak Post author

      See my post from a few days ago. But in short: all the games that haven’t been published for desktop yet.

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