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Software News   Software News : Porting for Profit - Week #25 2008
   posted by spotUP on 22-Jun-2008 16:29:56 (3070 reads)
Week #25 of 2008 is here, and with that, another roundup on what Porting for Profit has been up to!

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Spot ported a very cool game engine called Megazeux. It has a huge modding community and lots of cool games.

This one for example:

It's called Eternal Eclipse Taoyarin. All Megazeux games are ANSI based, but don't let that stop you.
The work that has gone in to the best ones is amazing. Some of the best are available at OS4Depot.

Spot ported an NCurses based Sokoban/Boulder Dash clone called NPush.

NPush title screen.

Ingame action.

Spot ported Crimson Fields.

It now has E-mail and network support.

Spot ported Quantum Minigolf.

And he describes it as 'officially the weirdest game for os4'.
It's a minigolf game with a quantum physics engine. O_o

Varthall ported Blockout 2 - A 3D top-view Tetris clone.

Get them all from OS4Depot, we hope you'll enjoy them!

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Re: Porting for Profit - Week #25 2008
Posted on 22-Jun-2008 16:44:46
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You've been busy!

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I'd agree with you, but then we'd both be wrong.

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Re: Porting for Profit - Week #25 2008
Posted on 22-Jun-2008 17:47:45
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Yaay 8).. Quantum Golf. 8)

Is there any chance of Quantum Crazy Golf, where you get to use quantum reactive structures to design your own layouts? It would be an intresting way to show how superposition and entanglement can be used to create quantum logic for children to learn how to handle the processors of the future.

Also, if you read Discworld, youll recognise the snooker variation from the Unseen University, where theres temporal parameters as well. 8)


What do you mean, I cant do that trick shot, I know the Bursar was there last week, he was taken into the infermary with concussion, so if I Dont take this shot, it will cause a paradox that will lead to the destruction of the universe. Or possibly a small egg sandwhich.

The older and more respected a scientist is, the longer it takes to prove him wrong.

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Re: Porting for Profit - Week #25 2008
Posted on 23-Jun-2008 10:23:09
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Any progress yet on Handy for OS4?

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Re: Porting for Profit - Week #25 2008
Posted on 23-Jun-2008 12:14:53
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i keep forgetting to try to compile handy. hopefully soon! =)

AOS4 Betatester, Peg2, G4@1ghz, Radeon 9250 256mb, 1gb RAM.

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