Ok, so I’ve got my local Head of Computing in the Secondary school where I work interested in having a look at the toolkit for his Games Design class ( about 15/16 yr olds). He’s looking for something to create good looking adventure/RPGs and it strikes me he’d go far to find a better one than this. It’d be a good opportunity to get some of his young lads ( good coders) interested in building using the toolkit.
My question is how can I let him see the short scenarios I’ve built so far on my iMac at home ? The school uses PCs. My problems are :
I bought the game through Steam and I’ve no idea how much of it is on my hard drive and how much it needs Steam to play.
Assuming I can log into Steam on his laptop, I’m guessing I can download the game onto his laptop as long as Im not playing on both machines simultaneously ?
If I can’t do that he’s willing to buy a copy of NWN to let me use it on his laptop. However, given that the EE is about £15 and NWN1 seems much cheaper would any modules I’ve created on EE still work on NWN1 ?
Finally, if we did get it working on his PC, which files do I need from my short build to get it working on his machine? I’m guessing its not enough just to stick the .mod file onto a pen drive?
After typing this it has occurred to me that some of these answers are maybe more applicable to the Steam forums but since I’m a member here and the advice I’ve had so far has been great I thought I’d try here first.