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software OS4   software OS4 : Time to math lesson
   posted by mrdarek on 2-Mar-2014 9:30:21 (2030 reads)
Today we learn about archimedean's figures.

The 13 Archimedean solids are the convex polyhedra that have a similar arrangement of nonintersecting regular convex polygons of two or more different types arranged in the same way about each vertex with all sides the same length (Cromwell 1997, pp. 91-92). Also exist 2D figures for example Cairo pentagonal....

Everyone sleeping??? No! OK it's my fault. Better play my new game and by the way learn something new!



Perhaps some of you know of an HTML 5 entanglement game, which works well in OWB. I liked this game so I created something similar. I can't compete with gfx from that game but I try do my production with better playability changing and adding different features.

In my game the roads have less density because I have used pentagonal tiles. This should make them easier to see and I also added double road edges to increase the game strategy.

You can download game from here:
OS4Depot
Here is screenshot (Click for full size):


Try my game - for only Amiga OS4 - and decide in comments (or donations) if want more different boards, or maybe achievement system in future. Good luck!
    

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Re: Time to math lesson
Posted on 2-Mar-2014 20:20:26
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Tried it, hit the ridiculously long nag requester, deleted it.


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@all
Fixed so ugly nag. Please re-download from OS4Depot version 1.02

Last edited by mrdarek on 03-Mar-2014 at 04:43 PM.

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Re: Time to math lesson
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Just tried this and it's very intuiive to play right away, runs very smooth and quite fun to play for a good a quick break from a boring work report
I personally like these puzzle type games so thanks for your efforts in bringing it to my favourite OS. I would like to see as many new boards/ backgrounds as possible. Donation sent.

Last edited by klx300r on 08-Mar-2014 at 12:12 AM.


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Thanks. Registration key also sended.

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