Hey, I know this is dead
, but I realized that I sent this color-coded map to Drandula right as he stopped making the game and no one has seen it but him. I was helping him a bit back then and this was my proposed world layout for Flying Rooster:Note: The little cave symbols mean it is a tunnel access between the two areas; open breaks between areas simply mean you hit the edge of an area and go directly to the next area. Pretty simple to understand.PLEASE also note that the Deku Community and the Deku's Great Library are part of Drandula's story and the idea of having a Deku community comes from Drandula's mind, not mine. So if you get inspired by it to have a Deku community in your own fan game, let it be known that it was first from Drandula's great mind... let it never be said that Frozen didn't give credit like a bawws!
Oh, on that last note: If you like the map and want to use it for your own game, feel free to just chop off the Great Library and Deku Community and use the rest of the map as is or modify it to your hearts content. If it isn't obvious, I based the map off of OoT and TP. And no credit is necessary.
I figured that I should post the map here since there has been some small talk of continuing the project and there have also been some links to the source posted already, so I wanted to post this in case someone wanted to use it, but I didn't want to revive yet another dead thread (i.e. where the source code link is) with this so I figured it would be best to put it here.
Also, Drandula had sent me more in-depth maps on the forest, but the link he gave me back then is now dead and I wouldn't post those here now anyway without asking him first because I never like to give anything out without the author's permission, even though I highly doubt he'd care, it's up to him to tell me if he cares or not (that's just how I do things). I do still have the beginning story and walkthrough in a message from Drandula
, so if someone ends up wanting to be true to the original project, they can ask me for it and I'll see if I can ask Drandula if it's okay to give out and maybe even if he has any other resources or documentation that he never released that he could also give out.
With all that said, if someone does revive the Flying Rooster project or even just uses Drandula's source code, I think it would be proper to at least attempt to notify him and to most-definitely credit him
, whether you are able to contact him or not. He might lurk on the forums every now and then, I dunno, and I'm not sure if he'll get a PM if you send it.