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Tuesday, 7th June, 2011, 03:44 PM #1
iCharacter Sheet for Castles & Crusades Now Available!
Now take your Castles & Crusades character wherever your iPad, Windows laptop or PC!
Digital Adventures, innovative designers of RPG applications for nearly a decade, and Troll Lord Games is proud to present our second in our line of RPG character sheets for the Windows under the iCharacter Sheet brand: iCharacter Sheet - Castles & Crusades. This app contains a detailed character sheet that has everything you need to bring your C&C character to the gaming table. No more scribbling mistakes or erasing holes in your paper sheet, the iCharacter Sheet - Castles & Crusades puts all of your character's stats, abilities, powers, equipment, and campaign history at the touch of your fingertips.
Features for this app include:
* Free version is available to test drive! This version cannot save characters, or export them for printing.
* Six different tabs to input your information: Main (Stats, Attack, AC, Hit Points, Combat), Items (Equipment, Treasure, Henchmen), Magic (Magic Items, Spells, Spellbook), Details (Character History, Portrait, Adventure Record, Options (Castle Keepers Guide), Notes (Race & Class Abilities, Campaign Notes)
* Import an image for your character from your iPad's Photos or any Windows pic.
* Multi-line entry system that scrolls down to give a larger entry window.
* Pop-up equipment, spells, and magic item entries to give you more entry information.
* Export your iCharacter Sheet to an HTML file that you can email to yourself for printing or to your Castle Keepter. This feature is disabled for our FREE version.
Future upgrades to this app are in the works to further broaden functionality and add additional tools for the C&C player. It is important to note that the iCharacter Sheet - Castles & Crusades is not a character generator, and contains no coded or database driven C&C rules or game information. All FULL version of the iCharacter Sheet - Castles & Crusades product are only $3.99!
Links for iPad versions:
Links for Windows Versions:
The iCharacter Sheet - Castles & Crusades is an input-only tool, per legal usage as outlined by Troll Lord Games. The iCharacter Sheet brand and iCharacter Sheet - Castles & Crusades application product are trademarks of Digital Adventures, LLC and Troll Lord Games, ©2011, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. This product's format, programming code, and presentation is copyrighted by Digital Adventures, LLC and its partners and licensors.
Version for native MAC coming soon!
Tuesday, 14th June, 2011, 02:53 PM #2
MAC version now available!
The MAC version of our iCharacter Sheet for Castles & Crusades is now available for only $3.99!
iCharacter Sheet Castles & Crusades on the Mac App Store
Monday, 11th July, 2011, 08:01 PM #3
Magsman (Lvl 14)
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ø Block Treebore
You may want to point out that your "export for printing" only works easily with certain e-mail apps. Such as Windows Live. It won't work at all with "web based" e-mails, such as Yahoo or G-mail. Unless you have them linked to something like Windows Live!
So if your someone like me, and use only e-mails like Yahoo or G-mail, your going to need to use a non web based e-mail to be able to print out your character sheet.
Also, right now, on the Windows PC version at least, copy/paste does absolutely nothing. Guess that is an "upgrade" they have in the works. I can't even use it to copy repetitive gear packages from one PC sheet to another.
Other than these two BIG issues, I really like the program.
Wednesday, 20th July, 2011, 06:18 PM #4
Lama (Lvl 13)
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ø Block Deuce Traveler
Thanks for this. I love me some CnC.
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