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hardware OS4   hardware OS4 : Porting for Profit - Week 26 and 27 2008
   posted by spotUP on 6-Jul-2008 16:51:00 (2164 reads)
It's that time of the month again, and with that another roundup on what Porting for Profit has been up to! Sorry for the lack of releases these last two weeks, we've been busy making stuff for Compusphere 2008.


Spot ported a remake of the old DOS classic Sopwith.
I remember playing this a lot at a friends place when I was a kid.
This remake is quite faithful, and it even emulates the PC Speaker sound.



Download SDL Sopwith here!

RGBlocks is a Tetris clone that uses OpenGL for display.
If you are using an earlier version that 2.0 of MiniGL remember to
set interrupts to NO in your Radeon icon.

Download here!

BlockRage a columns clone, it's quite decent.

Download here!

NC-Fighter a vertical shoot em up in a text environment! :)



Download here!
    

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Kicko 
Re: Porting for Profit - Week 26 and 27 2008
Posted on 6-Jul-2008 17:29:08
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Nice with new updates. When i hear of Ncurses releases i just want to curse someone ;) Port better/modern stuff Spotup :)

Edit: RBlocks and Blockrage me like :D

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my_pc_is_amiga 
Re: Porting for Profit - Week 26 and 27 2008
Posted on 9-Jul-2008 3:12:45
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I've been liking the demo intro music -- very nice--each port is having its own! Would it be possible to have the music in a seperate collection for download?

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Varthall 
Re: Porting for Profit - Week 26 and 27 2008
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@my_pc_is_amiga

I don't think that's a problem, I'll ask Spot about this.

Varthall


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Re: Porting for Profit - Week 26 and 27 2008
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@Varthall

Thanks!

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