The game is available on the official homepage https://warrior.js.org/en/.
1. Translation Overview
The project on Crowdin is composed by roughly 4000-4500 words, which means at least two reports. This Day 1 report represents the first half and gathers strings from the main master>docs folder, sub-folders community and maker.
The sub-folder community strings are related to the game's ecosystem, roadmap and social informations, thus the majority of the strings were straight forward phrases with no major problems when it comes to adapting to Brazilian Portuguese.
The sub-folder maker in the other hand, is composed with the game's tutorials and definitions, explaining what the in-game terms are and what each code represents. The main challenge here was researching specific terms used in programming in order to maintain a concise understanding of the sentences.
Starting point on master>docs>community files (English/Portuguese)
String source:https://crowdin.com/translate/warriorjs/78/en-ptbr#1474, accessed on April 10th at 05:56
Fonte da String:https://crowdin.com/translate/warriorjs/78/en-ptbr#1474, acessado em 10 de Abril às 05:56
End point on master>docs>maker files (English/Portuguese)
- Whether the unit is bound or not.
String source:https://crowdin.com/translate/warriorjs/110/en-ptbr#2062, accessed on April 12th at 05:42
- Se a unidade está vinculada ou não.
Fonte da String:https://crowdin.com/translate/warriorjs/110/en-ptbr#2062, acessado em 10 de Abril às 05:42
This translation was made from English to Portuguese.
For two years I worked as a basic to intermediate level English teacher at a local school, expanding greatly my knowledge of the English and Portuguese grammar/vocabulary. Now I'm a full time content creator using English as my main language.
I volunteered to translate two different projects for the brazilian community, which served as a sample for my application on the Da-Vinci/Utopian Portuguese Translation Team, where I'm currently working.
3. Word Count
- On this work I have translated a total of 2036 words over a period of 4 hours