[PC-BSD Pbi-dev] PBI submissions Frogatto, Syobon Action, Black-Box, Falling Block Game, Block Rage, Avoision, The Grind, Cretan Hubris, Impossible Mission puzzle, Kajaani Kombat, XDG-Menu

Ken Moore ken at pcbsd.org
Tue May 29 13:22:58 PDT 2012


On 05/19/2012 10:05, nemysis wrote:
> Frogatto
>
> Is a "platformer", or "jump-and-run" videogame.  Like many classic games, the world is viewed as a cross-section seen from the side, and your character walks and jumps between solid platforms, whilst avoiding monsters.
>
> There are many images, but i don't knew which is the best.
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> games/frogatto
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> http://www.frogatto.com
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>
> This are mine new commited FreeBSD Ports
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> Syobon Action
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> Also known as Cat Mario or Neko Mario is a platform game with a similar gameplay experience as Super Mario Bros., except it's more difficult and was written by some psychopath.
>
> games/syobon
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> http://zapek.com/?p=189
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>
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> Black-Box
>
> There's a black box. You can shoot in and watch, where the shot leaves the box.
> In the box, crystals are reflecting the shots. You have to guess where the crystals are hidden, by watching your shots.
>
> games/black-box
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> http://www.linux-games.com/black-box/
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>
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> Falling Block Game
>
> A Tetris clone written in OpenGL
>
> Is a free, open source block stacking game available for Windows and Linux. The object of the game is to move and rotate pieces in order to fill in complete rows. The more rows you clear at once, the more points you score!
>
> games/fbg2
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> http://fbg.sourceforge.net/
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>
>
> Block Rage
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> Falling blocks game with a 2-player hoseat mode, detailed graphics and animated plasmatic backgrounds. It is a remake of the awesome DOS classic Xixit.
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> games/blockrage
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> http://blockrage.sourceforge.net/
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>
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> Avoision
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> Is a straightforward, yet captivating distillation of vintage arcade entertainment requiring strategy, precision, and perseverance with a singular objective: capture the red square while evading innumerable cruel, spiteful white squares.
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> games/avoision
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> http://avsn.sourceforge.net/
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>
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> The Grind
>
> Is a simple game about escaping from work at a reasonable hour by avoiding responsibility.
>
> The goal is to acquire as little work (as few "to-do's") as possible throughout your 9-5 workday. Wander around the cubicles and hide from the men in suits--if they're coming your way, that means they want to give you work!
>
> Use the arrow keys to move, space to start, and escape to exit.
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> games/thegrind
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> http://radius-engine.sourceforge.net/development/the-grind--ld21-.html
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> Cretan Hubris
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> You are the master architect Daedalus. You have just finished building the Labyrinth; a massive, elaborate maze on the Isle of Crete.
>
> Unfortunately, boasts about your accomplishment have drawn the wrath of jealous gods. They have sent a burning energy wave rippling through your creation..
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> games/cretan-hubris
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> http://radius-engine.sourceforge.net/development/cretan-hubris--egp-2012-02-.html
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>
>
> Impossible Mission puzzle
>
> This is a simple puzzle game. It is an implementation of the puzzle game from the old C64 game Impossible Mission. The idea is to combine the 36 tiles in sets of 4, such that each set of 4 makes a solid block. Clicking on the tiles on the left toggles them. A tile can't be turned on if it overlaps with any existing on tiles. The lone rectangle on the right is the combination of all the on tiles. Clicking on that is an easy way to turn all tiles off.
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> games/impossible_mission_puzzle
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> http://www.linuxmotors.com/puzzle/
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> Kajaani Kombat
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> A Rampart like game set in space
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> games/kajaani-kombat
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> http://kombat.kajaani.net/
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>
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> XDG-Menu
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> Is a ROX panel applet that displays applications menu button.
> Menu is builds to fit the XDG Menu Specification published by freedesktop.org.
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> misc/xdg-menu
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> http://xdg-menu.sourceforge.net/
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> http://roscidus.com/desktop/node/301
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Sorry for the delay on this one, it got lost in my inbox and I just 
discovered it again... :-)

I just added these module to the build server.
Thanks for sending them in!

-- 
~~ Ken Moore ~~
PC-BSD/iXsystems

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