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Forum: fury-puyo-0.5

Posted by: Romain Bardou
Date: 2010-01-26 16:38
Summary:Fury Puyo 0.5
Project:Fury Puyo

Fury Puyo, the "furious" puzzle game, has reached version 0.5. You may now view the playfield of other players! You can also use the classic dropset (only pairs of puyos) if you're an old-timer of puyo games.

The full list of changes follows.

* in multiplayer games, you may view the opponent's
playfield (choose which opponent with the TAB key)
* players may choose the classic dropset (only pairs of puyos) in
sandbox mode and multiplayer games
* players may change the speed of the game in sandbox mode
* puyo rotations may move the puyo up but only just enough
* there is only one usable invisible line, puyos on top of it are
* ESC key may be used to quit online mode in login screens
* random puyo generator is a little less random and more friendly
* in multiplayer games, all players have the same random puyos
* option ALPHA in ~/.furypuyo/furypuyo.cfg allows you to disable
alpha transparency (game becomes ugly but runs faster)

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RE: Very funny game [ reply ]
By: Romain Bardou on 2010-01-26 22:39
Thanks for your feedback :)

You cannot actually win in single player mode ;) The goal is to make the best possible score. To give you an idea, usually beginners do between 3000 and 6000, and my personal best is 160780.

The game is much more fun in multiplayer though. But I did not really test it outside of LAN, so it might not be very stable through other connections.

Very funny game [ reply ]
By: Sylvain Le Gall on 2010-01-26 16:49
But I am pretty sure there is a bug: I keep loosing while I tried to play.

Great jobs.
Sylvain Le Gall

ps: compile out of the box with Debian Lenny + apt-get install libsdl-ocaml-dev