On what version did you first play Wesnoth?

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What was the first version you played Wesnoth on?

0.1
1
0%
0.2
3
1%
0.3
1
0%
0.4
6
2%
0.5
4
1%
0.6
5
2%
0.7
12
4%
0.8
33
11%
0.9
15
5%
1.0
30
10%
1.1
18
6%
1.2
54
18%
1.3
12
4%
1.4
72
24%
1.5
5
2%
1.6
30
10%
 
Total votes: 301

wsultzbach
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Re: 1.2.3

Post by wsultzbach »

Romla wrote:1.2.3 and I'm looking forward to 4.5.6 :-D
That's going to be a development release, but 4.6 will be stable.
What's this annoying thing that appears at the bottom of every one of my posts?

Archangel
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Post by Archangel »

1.2

Seems like I missed quite some Wesnoth (development) history... :wink:

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DEATH_is_undead
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Post by DEATH_is_undead »

1.0.2 i think...

paxvobiscum
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old but new

Post by paxvobiscum »

Or long story short
I played BFW offline since 0.6 but I'm an online (occasional) player only since 1.1 :)

toni
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Post by toni »

1.0
aka mysticspiral

Stargunner
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Post by Stargunner »

0.9.3 was the first version I happened across.

Zavier
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Post by Zavier »

My first version was 1.0.X.

My friend attempted to convince me to download the game, but I never did. He finally brought me to his house to play it, and that's when I decided it was worth playing.

SpliffEd
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Post by SpliffEd »

I'm a n00b... 1.2.1 until YESTERDAY!! when I realised wherever I downloaded this game from 1 month ago was obviously outdated.

I'll introduce myself here since its my 1st post on these forums and I must say I do love this game, even if it does cause a lot of frustration.

Strategy Background: RISK, the world conquering game; played it since I was pre-teen, over 20 years ago.
RPG Background: D&D, aD&D back when is was a cool dice, pen & paper, compeling story telling and unlimited imagination game.
Programing Background: None (apart from a few lines of code on the old Sinclair Spectrum54...) , but It's something I'm becoming really interested in.
Personal Background: Lots of travelling since very young, I've been lucky to live on 3 continents so far, educated in Europe and currently living in South Beach, Miami Beach; can't complain :P

That's the end of my blurb, I'm going back to playing the game... cya

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salass00
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Post by salass00 »

1.1 on AmigaOS4. In fact liked it so much that I'm now maintainer of the AOS4 port of Battle for Wesnoth :-)...

Appleman1234
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Post by Appleman1234 »

0.8.8 that I remember, probably played 0.8.6 and forgot about it.

FireMaster
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Post by FireMaster »

I started at 0.8.3 when i found it on a friends computer

cretin
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Post by cretin »

1.2

Does anyone have pictures of what Wesnoth used to look like?
Im just curious to see how far its come.

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DEATH_is_undead
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Post by DEATH_is_undead »

cretin wrote:1.2

Does anyone have pictures of what Wesnoth used to look like?
Im just curious to see how far its come.
Not much changed from 1.0.2, terrain was added (immpassable mountains, chasm, ect.) one was taken out (Canyon) terrain was updated (Lava, mountains, maybe more)

SkY_BoY
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Post by SkY_BoY »

the last one(yesterday:)

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Jetrel
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Post by Jetrel »

Dave wrote:
turin wrote: Jetryl... 0.6?
I think Jetryl may have played earlier than that, since he emailed me with an attempt at a Li'sar portrait quite a while before joining the forum, and I think had already been playing for a while before emailing me the portrait.

David
Correct - it was something like 0.4, or 0.5. I can't remember what it was that tipped me off to this project's existence, originally.

Might've been this magazine:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MacAddict
(Which bundled a lot of shareware/freeware on a CD, even if it had zero coverage in the included printed magazine. MacAddict's purpose faded as the internet got decent bandwidth; which is why they've rebranded their magazine as Mac|Life. I stopped subscribing to any magazines years ago, though.)

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