What’s the most difficult thing you did in the last year? Now stop. Before you answer, can it compare to creating a full-fledged indie game—slated to be approved on Steam—created entirely with QBASIC? Probably not.
QBASIC is a software interpreter for the BASIC programming language that showed up in 1991, and basic it is. Here’s a little video of a game created by IBM to show off the awesome power of QBASIC when it first launched:
You get the idea after about 45 seconds. Now, over 20 years later—but with the exact same programming tools—we have Black Annex. Check out this trailer with actual gameplay—and I can’t say it enough—using the same programming language that the above video was “showing off.”
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