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Corey Andalora

Page history last edited by CoreyRIT 11 years, 11 months ago

Corey Andalora

 

Corey came across the Epic Duels game close to when it first came out and for the price decided he had to buy it.  He hasn't played the game very much but was always intrigued with how well it lends itself to customization.  A while back Corey discovered the VASSAL module and thought it would be a great way to play Epic Duels with his brother who lives hours away.  It was also at this time that Corey started working on a software tool for creating custom decks called Deck Designer.  It was about a year before Corey decided to share this tool with the Epic Duels community which he mostly lurked.  Due to mostly positive feedback, Corey contiued to work on his software integrating feature requests and numerous bug fixes.  He hopes that many users are able to find his software useful and appreciates any feedback.

 

Using Deck Designer, I created decks for one of my favorite television shows: Heroes.

 

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Comments (12)

Blaze99960 said

at 8:54 pm on Aug 23, 2009

Feedback: Great!!!

ROBOcat said

at 11:33 pm on Mar 11, 2010

THANK YOU MAN!

Vash the Stampede said

at 12:05 am on Mar 13, 2013

Corey is my hero.

Taz said

at 12:11 pm on Sep 28, 2015

You still coding?

CoreyRIT said

at 1:03 pm on Sep 28, 2015

I still code but I haven't touched Epic Duels Deck Designer in quite some time. I could be compelled to do so however. :)

Taz said

at 7:35 pm on Sep 29, 2015

I am working on a Epic Duels game, right now in python and will probably have to port to JAVA at some point for mobile support. If you want to help out I have created a new link under the software section
http://epicduels.pbworks.com/w/page/101153002/Epic%20Duels%20Desktop%20App

Taz said

at 7:39 pm on Sep 29, 2015

At a later date, I would perhaps like to integrate your deck creator into my code base for the app

CoreyRIT said

at 7:45 pm on Oct 5, 2015

I'm interested. :)

Ben said

at 10:42 am on Oct 18, 2015

Great tool, thank you! Can you advise, for printing purposes, what kind of card stock/paper etc is used to best emulate the classic duels deck feel?

Thanks!

Ben

Diminished said

at 7:28 pm on May 6, 2020

Has anyone been in contact with Corey lately? I'd really like to have a simple feature added to the Deck Designer when exporting to SWED 3.2. (at least, I believe it should be a simple thing for him to add.) I've started trying to make my own improvement to the SWED module and something that would make this a lot easier and faster for me would be if when the decks are exported to SWED 3.2, the cards would be given a specified Prototype trait. As it stands, I am going through and manually giving all of the cards in the original decks this trait 1 by 1. It's the only way to do it for those decks at the moment since they weren't there in the beginning. But for future custom decks that are exported from the Deck Designer, it would be awesome if we could at least specify a Prototype trait and then a name to be added to each card. Like say a checkbox Y/N option. If checked, then you could type your value in a box beside it, say "Cards". Then when exported and loaded into Vassal, the cards would all have "Prototype - Cards" inside them.

If anyone could get ahold of him, or are even able to edit his designer themselves, that would be awesome. Thanks for any help.

Roman F said

at 10:46 pm on May 6, 2020

I'm in touch with Corey but he has never shown any interest in doing anything further with Deck Designer.

Diminished said

at 3:12 pm on May 7, 2020

Ah man. I wish I had the ability to edit it myself and try to figure it out. Guess I'll do it the old fashioned way.

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