The FreeBASIC project is a set of cross-platform development tools initially created by Andre Victor, consisting of a compiler, GNU-based assembler, linker and archiver, and supporting runtime libraries, including a software-based graphics library. The compiler, fbc, currently supports building for i386-based architectures on the DOS, Linux, Windows and Xbox platforms. The project also contains thin bindings (header files) to some popular 3rd party libraries such as the C runtime library, Allegro, SDL, OpenGL, GTK+, the Windows API and many others, as well as example programs for many of these libraries. FreeBASIC is a high-level programming language supporting procedural, object-orientated and meta-programming paradigms, with a syntax compatible to Microsoft QuickBASIC. In fact, the FreeBASIC project originally began as an attempt to create a code-compatible, free alternative to Microsoft QuickBASIC, but it has since grown into a powerful development tool. FreeBASIC can be seen to ex
A wonderful Zelda-style action/adventure game. The game features excellent gameplay enabled by a very smooth and well coded engine. The graphics are excellent, and the music and sound effects are very good.
Lynn's Legacy is a quite large game with a progressive and well developed story, offering around 10 hours of play time. The gameplay features real-time battles (including boss enemies), interaction with non-agressive characters (dialogues), many items to find and use, and a very large world to explore.
This game is an admirable effort, and the best FreeBASIC game at the time of its release.