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95526 No. 95526 ID: f8b4f5

Strip poker adventures in the 21st century!

Download: http://tgchanpoker.sourceforge.net/

This Python-based strip poker game boasts the following features:

-Runs on all Windows machines with no modifications or hassle! Linux/OSX can run the source code version.
-Poker Module Assembler so that people unfamiliar with coding (i.e. artists) can make opponents on their own!
-An unlimited number of potential lines for each character! Type out as many as you want, and the game will select randomly from them!
-Extensive native scripting support to customize and add advanced features to each module! Make your character's dialogue change depending on their state of undress! Change between sets of images depending on how well the user is playing! Change the opponent's name as they reveal their true form! The sky is the limit!
-Customizable GUI and cards! Each module can even come with its own set of cards!
-Up to 5 opponents, playing simultaneously!
-The user can play as one of the characters!
-Supports images of any size (technically)!
-Character images can be stored securely in a .DAT file! Just throw a .ZIP into the converter!
-A multitude of options inside the game's settings allow you to customize your play!
-40+ modules created by tgchan artists included with the download!
-Fully open source!

If you find any bugs in the program, please post them in this thread with a link to a Pastebin containing the contents of stderr.log and stdout.log. This is essential for repro and debugging on my end.

NOTE: If you share this program with another community, please link to it in this thread so I can see any bugs they report.
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No. 95622 ID: 477b7d

Yes, I had QQ??? and opponent had JJ???. I don't remember the cards now.

Here's the pastebin of stdout:
http://pastebin.com/cnRLLdUx
The bet was skipped near the end of the game. stderr is empty.
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No. 95631 ID: 3c550e

>>95622
Found it. Looks like a problem with shuffles getting queued twice when a character runs out of clothes. I'll add it to the list of fixes.
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No. 96353 ID: 5ad4a7
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96353

>>95619
The fix didn't work.
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No. 96355 ID: 5ad4a7

I... think I just lost with a pair of aces to a pair of tens, too?
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No. 96357 ID: 5ad4a7

Found another bug. In the Casino betting style, if the last player in a betting round chooses to fold, then another betting round begins, even if there were no new bets.

I'm fairly sure that's how it happens, anyway. Will double check.
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No. 96359 ID: 5ad4a7

...hmm, the second betting round skipped me after someone folded, too.
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No. 96360 ID: 5ad4a7

>>96359
That might specifically happen when there's a response to the fold.
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No. 96363 ID: 5ad4a7

>>96355
Nevermind that, I think I got the names mixed up.
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No. 96380 ID: e35a6a
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96380

Awesome game, loving this version!

Ran into a bug where a Full House, Aces over 4s, lost to a Full House, 10s over Kings. Sorry if this is a dupe of the previous reports.
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No. 96392 ID: 3641d4

I am a pleb who knows nothing about python or programming languages. Can someone explain how you get the game started?
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No. 96395 ID: 5ad4a7

>>96392
The zip file has an exe. You run the exe.
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No. 96418 ID: 15a025

How can I play as a character and how do I face more than one opponent?
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No. 96619 ID: ea0ad9

>>96380
Wouldn't that be 50 vs 56? I think with six more points, it makes sense for Tens over Kings to win over Aces over Fours.

...I know nothing about poker. Just that a full house is a good hand.
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No. 96620 ID: ea0ad9

>>96619
Wait, nope, just looked it up.
>When comparing full houses, the rank of the three cards determines which is higher. For example 9-9-9-4-4 beats 8-8-8-A-A. If the threes of a kind are equal, the rank of the pairs decides.

So, that's 14 versus 10. Aces should have won.
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No. 96646 ID: 408e5c

>>96620
>the rank of the three cards determines which is higher. For example 9-9-9-4-4 beats 8-8-8-A-A. If the threes of a kind are equal, the rank of the pairs decides.

What this means is that you only compare the three-of-a-kinds. If that's a tie (which it never should be unless you're using some fucked up deck with 6+ of the same numbered card), then you compare the pair. There should be no adding of card values involved, and the only use of the pair is to differentiate a full house from just a three-of-a-kind, as far as I'm aware about how poker is played.
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No. 96648 ID: 5ad4a7

>>96646
Well if you have two jokers it's possible!
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No. 96649 ID: 88e46e

>>96648
You don't use jokers in poker, though.
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No. 96650 ID: 5ad4a7

>>96649
Maybe YOU don't.
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No. 97564 ID: b465bc

Oh, are there still card resolution problems? I guess I should probably put out another hotfix. Been a while since I touched the code, though, it'd be helpful if someone could make a list of all the current bugs in one post.

>>96395
Good chuckle.
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No. 97565 ID: b465bc

>>97564
Also a reminder to those reporting issues with card comparison, especially relating to rare hands, that including the contents of stdout.log is incredibly helpful to identifying and fixing the problem.
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No. 103246 ID: 5c5afe

Any plans on this being continued? It's been months, but still.
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No. 103364 ID: 477b7d

>>103246
What are you asking about?

I don't know of anyone working on characters for it.

It doesn't seem like there's going to be updates to the Python runner. I don't even know if the person who made it is around tgchan anymore.

I made an alternate C# version here: http://tgchan.org/kusaba/questdis/res/95430.html It works for Python characters (doesn't support custom code so scellor pack doesn't really work) or the old .dlls. There haven't been any real feature requests for it though.
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No. 103366 ID: 04c4c9

I'm mostly asking if there would be any interest in reviving TGchan strip poker in general, as there are plenty of new great quests with characters that would work well with this since all the threads for strip poker just kind of stopped.
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No. 103370 ID: 49f18e

Strip poker packs typically require a lot of work for very little reward
even just in terms of recognition

I've done a couple myself, and would like to do more, but I received virtually no feedback to encourage me to do so, and most others I've spoken with have received even less

from a creator's point of view it seems like no one cares.

I've also offered to do them for a small fee, however I've had much more success getting paid to draw quest updates for people.

which has lead me to believe people would simply prefer more updates.

regardless I do plan to do more poker packs eventually . . .
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No. 105620 ID: e6e021

So...hi. First time posting here, so I apologize if I make any missteps.

So, once upon a time, some people made a variant on TGChan Poker with the original DOS-Box version. Except that, instead of characters from NanQuest and such, it used characters from Homestuck. And apparently, at some point, everyone involved in the project apparently buggered off, and the discussion thread and the game itself got wiped off the face of Google.

A few years later, I remember that I still had the game saved somewhere and posted it on a thread for Homestuck-related smut. A few people were really interested in it, so I'm trying to get the project going again.

I'm not asking for contributions (though if you're interested in Homestuck and you want to help, then I'll gladly take it). I'm just considering updating from the old DOS-Box program that I've spent the last two days trying to properly edit (OpenWatcom does not like my computer) to something less ancient, and I eventually remembered that someone on TGChan built better versions with Python and C++, so I was wondering if the makers of those versions would mind if I used them for my own project.

Also, if anyone related to the old Homestuck project is still around, I'd like to hear from them. At the very least, I want to be able to credit them for their work.
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No. 105621 ID: 13c658

>>105620
I think it would be easier to simply use the extracted images and text from the Homestuck modules and use them to make a module for a more modern version (like the character folders for the Python game, or whatever the new projects accept).
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No. 105626 ID: e6e021

>>105621
That's what I'm planning. Looked at the character files for the C++ version, and it should be fairly easy to extract the images and convert them for usage with it. I'm just, you know, asking for permission. Don't want to step on anybody's toes by accident.
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No. 105639 ID: c2e25b

I'd also like to say that I greatly enjoyed TGChan Poker in the past as well as the Homestuck variant, and I hope that it becomes popular again.

I'll admit, I don't know much about the actual characters (the only character that I know from outside the game is Nan, and I read NanQuest years after I found the poker game), but it's clear that the creators of the character dlls cared a lot about writing those scenarios up and how the character would realistically act if they ended up playing strip poker, and that's a lot more care and effort put into making smut than most people put in.
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No. 105700 ID: c2e25b

Well, since no one's responded, I'm just going to sorta...go ahead and use the C++ program. Sorry if I'm stepping on anybody's toes.

The project e-mail should be attached to this post, so if you have any objections or advice or...anything, just hit me up.
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No. 105719 ID: 9603f8

>>103366
Same poster as this guy. I mostly asked this because I was secretly hoping characters from quests, such as Dragon Romance and others would have packs made for them, and I suppose I'm also wondering if the creators of those quests would be willing to make those packs on commission, though i'd assume i'd have to talk to Slinko or those authors on my own initiative to find that out.
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No. 105767 ID: 395c02

>>105719
O-oh um

Well sure I guess I'd be willing to do such a thing on commission. I last made a pack in 2010 for the original 16-bit program (it was Amiel and also Dilia). Goood times.

which program is the official one now anyway
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No. 105779 ID: 49f18e

I've done one strip poker module on commission (Rubabu) and would gladly do more
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No. 105781 ID: f6ba27

Pay me and I'm yours baby
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No. 106068 ID: c2e25b

>>105767
>>105779
>>105781
How much would you charge?
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No. 106072 ID: 49f18e

>>106068
my base rate is 45$ for 8 panels, +20 if you want full colour
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No. 106104 ID: 477b7d

>>105700
When you say C++ I assume you mean C#. They are actually completely different things.

Let me know if there are any issues / feature requests / questions for it, though it might make sense to post it in that thread instead. I think this thread is supposed to just be for the Python version.
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No. 107174 ID: ae49d6

>>106104
Fair enough. I'll ask my questions there.
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No. 107314 ID: a523fb

>>106072
I have no frame of reference for pricing so I'm just going to echo LW's prices
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No. 114182 ID: 15a025
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114182

Made a new GUI theme for the poker game.
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No. 117584 ID: 6dda1b

>>114182
Snazzy! That's the first theme anyone's made, I think.

Just as a reminder, you can bundle themes with modules and they'll override the default! Card backs too!
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No. 122966 ID: 2a880f

I know it’s been a year and a half or something crazy like that but there are still a lot of artists i’m interested in commissioning strip poker packs from to be honest, like Slinko, Toxoglossa and others. Not sure how much interest there is for it but hey, i’m getting paid soon enough, so if anyone’s still interested in making a pack for this and is doing a NSFW quest i’m interested.
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No. 122969 ID: b93a7b

>>122966
I'm always interested, and also running a NSFW quest (King of Pentacles)
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No. 123227 ID: 15a025
File Bar_Theme.zip - (205.50KB , Bar Theme.zip )
123227

A simple bar styled theme.
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No. 123228 ID: 15a025
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123228

>>123227
And a little preview of what it looks like.
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No. 123244 ID: 15a025
File Coffee_Cake.zip - (204.20KB , Coffee Cake.zip )
123244

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No. 123245 ID: 15a025
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123245

>>123244
Got bored again and did a coffee cake theme/skin. Here's a a preview of what it looks like.
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No. 125667 ID: 2755f5
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125667

I have three more modules on the way
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No. 126719 ID: 2755f5
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126719

it is finally finished (I gave up on tweaking things)

the zip file contains 4 folders 1 for each opponent, and a final folder that is for fighting all 3 at once
https://my.mixtape.moe/gdrukb.zip

(edit)previous version was broken
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No. 126736 ID: 9876c4

Would I be able to get the Pentacles ladies running on OSX, or just the base code?

I'd appreciate pointers or a firm 'no'.
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No. 126742 ID: 2755f5

>>126736
I can't give a hard answer, but I do know an OSX user got the program working through "wine"
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