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Sqrxz Remake

Description: a platform game like Mario
Download: sqrxz-v0996a.i386-aros.lha       (TIPS: Use the right click menu if your browser takes you back here all the time)
Size: 1Mb
Version: 0.996a
Date: 20 Jun 18
Author: Rodolphe Boixel,Shahzad Sahaib,Simon Butler and Brendan Ratliff
Submitter: sabbate
Email: salvatoreabbate email/yahoo it
Requirements: Aros i386 Abiv0
Category: game/platform
License: GPL
Distribute: yes
FileID: 1704
 
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Sqrxz requires fast reflexes and is a simply mindblasting Jump’n’Run puzzle game
with high frustration factor originally made in 1996 by Marcus Vesterlund (Maze)
and John Holmvall (Hojo) for DOS and Windows 9x.

Sqrxz (2010) is a remake of a game with the same name and has been created by
Rodolphe Boixel (Thor), Shahzad Sahaib (Kojote), Simon Butler and Brendan
Ratliff (Syphus). Minor support came from Marcus Vesterlund himself who also
gave permission to redo his game. Denny Müller (Mulle) supported the team with a
WordPress-Theme for the official page and Rabia Sahaib (Mahek) made three more
levels.

A remake should be usually bearing improvements, so does Sqrxz 2010. Beside the
“classic” graphic mode, there is a new mode with “deluxe” graphics. The main
gameplay has modified in a way that you need to collect all items to open the
door at the end of each level, which makes some levels harder than they actually
already were. Extended “fun” is guarantueed with additional three levels, unseen
before. Each level does have it’s own chiptune and adds up to the retro feeling.
A Top 10 highscore table will hold all your records. For the ones who like
hidden features, there is even a small easter egg!


File Version Size Date Dls Readme
sqrxz2-v.latest.i386-aros.lha1.0809kb20 Jun 187¤ Sqrxz 2 - sequel of sqrxz remake
sqrxz3-v.latest.i386-aros.zip1.5r925kb20 Jun 185¤ Sqrxz 3 - sequel of sqrxz 2
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