Boondog (Puzzle Game, Win32 & Linux!) is BACK!

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mambazo
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Boondog (Puzzle Game, Win32 & Linux!) is BACK!

Postby mambazo » Jul 04, 2008 11:40

Boondog is back, fixed, with a few added requests!

Download (for both Windows & Linux) from the link below...

http://www.kubiakhart.com/index.php?article=view&id=35

Screenshots:-
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v1.2
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* Added Save/Load feature.
* Added Music & Sound effects
* Created new graphics for some menu screens.

v1.1
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* Both left & right shift can be used to jump.
* Fixed a bug causing the player to hang in the air after jumping on a conveyor.
* Added a mousewheel alternative to the map editor.
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Lachie Dazdarian
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Postby Lachie Dazdarian » Jul 04, 2008 23:44

No source? Now I can't compile it for windows. :(
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Postby Sisophon2001 » Jul 06, 2008 6:51

Nice game. So far I have only used the tutorial, but I will keep it for when I am travelling and looking for something to pass the time.

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Postby mambazo » Jul 07, 2008 12:19

Windows version is now available, you can thank LukeL for compiling it! Enjoy!
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Postby Sisophon2001 » Jul 07, 2008 12:36

In the tutorial where it says to press the shift key, only the right shift key is recognised. Was this deliberate?

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Postby mambazo » Jul 07, 2008 16:17

Yes. Well, sort of. I shall keep it in mind to allow the key bindings to be changed if there are enough requests for it :)
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Postby Lachie Dazdarian » Jul 07, 2008 22:15

I'm sorry, but this is awesome. You should really advertise better.

The only thing this game missing is at least one more level pack with different gfx and some soothing background music.

Anyway, like I said, awesome work. Especially on the graphics. In case someone needs a motivation to download, look:

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BTW, this is fbgfx?
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Postby nkk_kan » Jul 08, 2008 4:45

Man, This Game is excellent!!
It's missing the sound effects and ambient music though!
You should really consider adding them!
Good work on the graphics, dude.
By the looks of it, you've done extensive play testing too..
Also, You should put a mouse wheel alternative in level editor..
Good job!
mambazo
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Postby mambazo » Jul 08, 2008 8:18

Good suggestion about the mouse wheel alternative. I'll certainly add that. I might as well add key binding options while I'm at it too.

Does anyone know of a good tracker program that can save as ogg or mp3 ?
I'll add some music at the least. However, I figured people may want to listen to their own music while playing :)
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Postby dabooda » Jul 08, 2008 10:07

THIS GAME ROCKS!!

Truly this is incredible, nice graphics and even better play control...that is perhaps the hardest thing to master in a game and you did it. This game would be top notch if you add music and sound effects. For music why not just use .mod or .it or some other form of tracked music thats if it's size your worried about. Sound effects can be anything and you could probably make them for this type of game. But definitely keep working on this game.

Two Thumbs up...DaBooda Out...
mambazo
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Postby mambazo » Jul 08, 2008 11:40

@dabooda: It would be nice to add music, via .mod , .xm or .it but I'm having trouble getting a tracker to work under this linux distro on the eee. Also, the asus seems to have a little trouble with fmod, and fbsound doesn't support tracker files as far as I know.

@Lachie: Yes, this is all native fbgfx
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Postby MystikShadows » Jul 08, 2008 12:26

Mambazo, have you tried the Linux Multimedia Studio? http://lmms.sourceforge.net/ Open Source, free, looks good. And if it doesn't do OGG I'm pretty sure there are converters out there that do this conversion like this converter: http://www.kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=12608

Hope this helps.
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Postby E.K.Virtanen » Jul 08, 2008 15:35

mambazo wrote:Yes, this is all native fbgfx

Then i can only say this is awesome. Works and behaves just as i press the keys. Very nice indeed. Definately should be placed in gallery :)

Only thing is that with my ubuntu, left shift does not work but right one does. Bug or feature?
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Postby Dr_D » Jul 09, 2008 3:12

Nice game man! Very fun! :)
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Postby Lachie Dazdarian » Jul 09, 2008 8:30

Yeah, that gallery should really be updated. Hrmpf.

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