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Encyclopedia > Sludge
Developer: Hungry Software
Latest release: 1.7 /
Use: Game engine
License: Freeware
Website: Hungry Software homepage

SLUDGE (Scripting Language for Unhindered Development of a Gaming Environment) is a shareware adventure game engine developed by Hungry Software. It combines a scripting language with other IDE tools (including a sprite bank editor and a floor region editor). Freeware and commercial adventure games can be created with the engine. Software development is the translation of a user need or marketing goal into a software product. ... A software release refers to the creation and availability of a new version of a computer software product. ... A game engine is the core software component of a computer or video game or other interactive application with real-time graphics. ... A software license is a legal agreement which may take the form of a proprietary or gratuitous license as well as a memorandum of contract between a producer and a user of computer software. ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ... A website (or Web site) is a collection of web pages, typically common to a particular domain name or subdomain on the World Wide Web on the Internet. ...

The engine and development kit are freely distributed, meaning that anyone can play and create SLUDGE games. The development kit had certain restrictions which were removed after purchasing a serial number. Because of lack of buyers also the development kit was released as free in 30 December 2006. That was the only change between versions 1.6 and 1.7.



The editor and runtime engine are currently designed for Windows operating systems, and at the time of writing it is not possible to play SLUDGE games on other operating systems. Microsoft Windows is the name of several families of proprietary operating systems by Microsoft. ...

SLUDGE can create games with any screen resolution (as long as the user's graphics card can handle it) and up to 16-bit colours. Version 1.6 of the SLUDGE engine introduced support for anti-aliased sprites.


Released Games

  • Out of Order: One of the first SLUDGE games, created by Hungry Software (who also created the SLUDGE engine)
  • Cubert Badbone, P.I.: A cheesy, low-budget adventure game. In fact, the first-ever SLUDGE game to release a full version. And now it even speaks Italian and Swedish!
  • The Game That Takes Place on a Cruise Ship
  • Frasse and the Peas of Jejick: A humorous game featuring Frasse, a cute blue monster.

Out Of Order is a 2D freeware Adventure game for Windows PCs, created with the SLUDGE engine by Tim Furnish. ...

Unreleased Games

  • Bad Timing: What's the worst thing that could happen to you when your parents are away on a two-day trip leaving you home alone for the weekend? Find out yourself in 'Bad Timing'.
  • Day of the Aliens: A cartoony point and click adventure game, currently in development. In the game, your brother, whom you are meant to be babysitting, wanders outside, and gets abducted by aliens. You must rescue him!

See also

An amateur adventure game is a freeware computer game belonging to the adventure genre. ... // Notable amateur adventure games (original idea) Released games Apprentice II - The Knights Move 5 Days a Stranger Official homepage 7 Days a Sceptic Official homepage Apprentice I Official homepage Apprentice II: The Knights Move Official homepage 6 Day Assassin Official homepage Ben Jordan: Paranormal Investigator: Case 1: In...

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