Cropky - a new Amiga game

Date 6-May-2013 21:27:25
Topic: software Classic

Cropky is an Amiga version of Dots - an abstract strategy game played by two people on a sheet of squared paper. The rules are a bit different from original Dots game - your aim is not to capture enemy dots but to link two dots together with a line drawn in any direction you want, as long as you don't cross already existing lines or you have nowhere to draw another line (the dot is visible not farther than one square distance - vertically, horizontally or diagonally). Full instructions and explanations included. Cropky is a conversion of a game under the same title form Atari XL/XE. (Please click read more.)

The original idea comes from Krzysztof "Kaz" Ziembik who was persuaded to give permission to create Amiga version by Mariusz "Ramos" Rozwadowski. With the abilities and knowledge of Adam Stach (programmer), Piotr "Piesiu" Radecki (graphics) and Piotr "Pece" Cieślik (music) they created a neat and not so easy game running on any Amiga with at least 1 MB of RAM. The game can be downloaded as an ADF file or LhA archive. There is also a Polish manual in PDF.

This article comes from AmigaWorld - Amiga Community Portal

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