Accountant maakt role playing game in Excel Een Canadese accountant heeft in Microsofts spreadsheetapplicatie Excel een turn based role playing game in elkaar weten te draaien.
But not every accountant can harness that power as beautifully as Cary Walkin, an accountant from Canada. Walkin made a full RPG game inside Excel. As in you can use Excel to actually have fun.
The game, called Arena.Xlsm, is a turn-based RPG encompassed entirely in an Excel file. Players can progress through levels, collect items, and battle enemies and bosses with melee and ranged
You would think that an accountant spends enough time in Excel, but one used his expertise in the Microsoft spreadsheet program to make a role-playing game.
Arena.Xlsm is a role-playing game you can play in Microsoft Excel, and it works better than you would expect. Arena.Xlsm is a project by accountant and MBA Candidate Cary Walkin.
A Canadian accountant has built a role playing game (RPG) inside of Excel. It’s called Arena.Xlsm, and it does in fact work. It’s called Arena.Xlsm, and it does in fact work. Why build an RPG
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It is a roleplaying game made in excel. March 26, 2013 12:35 PM Subscribe Arena.Xlsm is the fever dream of a Canadian Chartered Accountant with a love of roleplaying games (Hat tip to Special K over at mefightclub!)