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Distance Calculator v3.0

[kml_flashembed movie=”http://www.edwedig.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/02/distancecalc3.swf” height=”192″ width=”450″ fversion=”9″ useexpressinstall=”true” /]This is a small application that I built using Flash. It’s meant for science fiction based games where someone needs to determine the distance between 2 points. Entering in the 2 coordinates, Location and Destination, the app calculates the distance between the 2 points.

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Aletheia character sheet – May 2007

Aletheia character sheetThis is a character sheet that I designed for Abstract Nova‘s new game, Aletheia. They wanted a modern mystery feel, with elements of the Planetary comic book series. In the background of the character sheet are shapes reminiscent of crop circles, which lend to the general feeling of mystery that the game has.I also designed a number of header and sidebar graphics for Abstract Nova, including the Aletheia header shown below. aletheia.gif

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Burning Wheel Dice Roller

[kml_flashembed movie=”http://www.edwedig.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/12/burningwheeldiceroller.swf ” height=”447″ width=”250″ fversion=”9″ useexpressinstall=”true” /]This is a dice roller I built, in Flash, for the Burning Wheel game I was running in 2006. It was nice to have a dice roller on my laptop so that I could make secret rolls for or against the PCs without the players knowing.

The dice roller is pretty simple. You enter in the number of dice to be rolled at the top, and then select the type of dice (Black, Grey or White) from the pull down. Clicking the Roll button at the button “rolls” the dice. Successful rolls are shown in brackets, like this:Sucess Dice , and failures are shown like this:Failure Dice. The dice roller also totals the number of successful and failure dice at the bottom.

The zip file includes both the standalone .exe file, and the .swf file (for embedding in blogs, webpages, and wikis).

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