The AROS Archives(anonymous IP:,95) 

   o Audio (51)
   o Datatype (3)
   o Demo (26)
   o Development (194)
   o Document (17)
   o Driver (18)
   o Emulation (55)
   o Game (309)
      o Action (48)
      o Adventure (9)
      o Board (12)
      o Card (8)
      o Children (4)
      o Driving (6)
      o Fps (34)
      o Misc (31)
      o Platform (24)
      o Puzzle (82)
      o Roleplaying (16)
      o Server (0)
      o Sport (6)
      o Strategy (15)
      o Utility (4)
   o Graphics (120)
   o Library (17)
   o Network (42)
   o Office (9)
   o Utility (169)
   o Video (18)

Total files: 1048

Full index file. Download
Recent index file. Download

Hosted by
 Readme for:  Game » Misc »


Description: SDL Flappy Bird clone.
Download:       (TIPS: Use the right click menu if your browser takes you back here all the time)
Size: 2Mb
Version: 2014
Date: 08 Dec 17
Author: Nebuleon Fumika, hi-ban, jxv
Submitter: cavemann
Requirements: Game runs smoother in native graphics modes. And please use Icaros >= 2.0
Category: game/misc
License: GPL
Distribute: yes
FileID: 1636
Comments: 0
Snapshots: 0
Downloads: 16  (Current version)
16  (Accumulated)
Votes: 1 (0/0)  (30 days/7 days)

[Show comments] [Show snapshots] [Show content] [Replace file] 
Hocoslamfy: an open-source Flappy Bird clone created from scratch

== Playing the game ==

The aim of Hocoslamfy is to steer your character, a bee, in the space
between columns made of bamboo shoots: one that ascends from the ground,
and one that descends from the sky (don't ask why - game logic).

One point is awarded per column of bamboo after you successfully steer
the bee into its space. The game ends when the bee crashes into a bamboo
shoot or you fly into the upper or lower edge of the screen.

== Credits ==

Idea: Dong Nguyen, creator of Flappy Bird
Code: Nebuleon Fumika, hi-ban, jxv
Graphical artwork: hi-ban, Gab1975
Music: Rolemusic
Sound effects: petenice, Aiwha, Mike Koenig, Yannick Lemieux

== Source code ==

Find the latest source code for Hocoslamfy at:
Full attribution can be found in the COPYRIGHT file, which is
also in the release as COPYRIGHT:

Copyright (c) 2005 The AROS Archives All Rights Reserved
Contact us at: