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Heather Kelley Papers, Redbeard's Pirate Quest: Game Resource Files : [1113]

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This collection consists of game resource files extracted from the Redbeard Jaz disks, as well as OMT* utilities and documentation resources.

OMT (Open Media Toolkit) is a C++ framework for developing real time 2D/3D multimedia applications. Essentially, an OMT file contains all the files necessary (such as graphics and audio) to execute a particular multimedia event. For example, an OMT file for Redbeard's Pirate Quest might contain the animation for a treasure chest opening, the sound effect it makes, and the code necessary for executing particular actions related to the treasure chest in the game.

Metadata notes: Heather Kelley, listed in the Dublin Core records as "contributor:author" is better articulated as Producer-Designer. The specific file creators were unidentified, however, Chris Spears, as the lead programmer at Human Code, most likely created a majority of the source code files. Additionally, the date used for "date created" field was the "last modified" date taken from the disks.

This material is under copyright. Refer to the copyright information under the Heather Kelley Papers, Redbeard's Pirate Quest community.


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