Tutorial 14 in the A Summoner’s Tale MonoGame Tutorial Series is live!

I wanted to work on an HTML5 tutorial this week but I just couldn’t find the time to pick out a library to use and was just generally swamped. I did want to do a tutorial so I finished up a new tutorial in my MonoGame tutorial series A Summoner’s Tale. This tutorial covers allowing the player to switch between maps. You can find the tutorial on my A Summoner’s Tale page or you can use this direct link to download it Part 14 – Changing Maps.

My goal, as far as the site is concerned, is to get my forums up and running again. It would be nice if I could find a couple volunteers that would be willing to act as moderators to prevent spammers from ruining the forums, like what happened to my old site. If you’re interested in volunteering, use the email option at the top of the site to contact me.

Lady Cynthia

3 thoughts on “Tutorial 14 in the A Summoner’s Tale MonoGame Tutorial Series is live!

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  2. Hi,

    Great to see another monogame tutorial again! Thank you.

    Regarding the forums, If I can, I will be happy to help out as a mod.

    The thing is, I live in East Asia(active in UTC + 9) so communication time window may come as an issue.
    Though this also means that I can be a lookout in the nighttime, when everyone’s sleeping 😀

    English isn’t a problem(I studied in UK for my university), and I have a couple of previous experience as a sub-mod in IRC(something similar to, to be precise). Things like Removing spam posts, or helping things slow down in more aggressive side of posts I am familiar with.

    However, my biggest downside would be that I am yet to have skills as a developer and I am afraid I won’t be much of a help against more technical side of things. So… If you simply need someone to watch out the forums, I am willing to help, but anything beyond is over my proficiency 🙁

    What are your requirements?

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