This spring I bought a bundle of games that included Satisfactory and that game is killing this blog. It’s stealing time away from all my projects.
Yes, it is finally done and publicly released. And by public release, I mean that I have made a nice little banner for it on the right side and posted links to it on Reddit.
The logical start of exploring the Dune resource files is to understand how they are compressed. In the era of floppy disks every byte was important, so it is not surprising that we’ll need to run the files through a decompressing algorithm before we can analyze them further.
Lovely lovely tests. In my previous post about Boulder Blaster, I mentioned that I wanted to add tests to the code base. Tests that will check that my code behaves as I want it to.
I would like to talk a bit about one of my favorite games: Dune. It is a game that I come back to time and time again and recently I discovered that people on the internet have reverse engineered its data files.