PlanetDungeonSiege | Dungeoneers | Skrit

The secret of the lingo that GPG has created for developing Dungeon Siege will be exposed to all those who care to delve into the inner workings. We've got everything that we could dig up right here for your learning pleasure. There will be more to come as DS info is released.
  • Overview

    An intro to Skrit, what it does, and how it works.

  • Data Types

    Describes the known data types within the Skrit language.

  • File Types

    You may hear tell of skrit, gas, and tank files. But what the heck are they? Here's the answer to sort it all out.

  • Components

    For any particular object in Skrit there are defined components for the object. Here's an introductory look at some example components and how they work together.

  • Skrit Samples

    If you'd like to dive right in and begin your path towards Skrit enlightenment then peruse the currently available Skrit samples and meditate at length :)

  • Scott Bilas Skrit Documentation!

    Scott Bilas has put together a Skrit document with tons of Skrit goodness. He talks about definitions, storage, language specifics, and debugging support. If you're interested in Skrit then this is a great place to get started.

  • Anzac's State Machine Tutorial
  • Anzac's Maze Walkthrough
  • Anzac's Skrit Examples

  • Anzac has gifted us with some of the best introduction to Skritting so far. These are some superb tutorials, so if you're planning on being the programmer for your mod, you owe it to yourself to quit procrastinating and check these out now! | GameSpy | Comrade | Arena | FilePlanet | GameSpy Technology
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