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Name: ================================================================ cuyo - Tetris-like game with many surprises. Synopsis: ================================================================ cuyo [-f] [-g widthxheight] [-h] [ld-file] -f Fullscreen mode. -g widthxheight Set the window size. -h Print a short help message. Description: ================================================================ Use A, D, W and S or the arrow keys to move left, move right, turn and drop the falling piece. Try to put blobs of the same color together. (You don't need to form rows or columns. Any shape will do.) When enough blobs of the same color are connected, they explode. (What "enough" means depends on the level.) Try to make explosions next to the the grass (or whatever there is in the level instead of the grass). Then, it will explode, too. The level is finished when no grass is left. In some levels, you will need a chain reaction to get rid of the grass-equivalent. And many other things may happen in other levels. In two-player-mode, each time one player causes an explosion, the other one gets grey things (which explode when something else explodes next to them). If one player builds a too big tower, the other player gets one of his rows. Authors: ================================================================ Mainly Immanuel Halupczok <cuyo()karimmi.de>. Other contributors to the source code: ================================================================ Bernhard R. Link, Mark Weyer, Bernhard Seckinger. Other contributors of levels: ================================================================ Daniela Lipps, Simon Huggenberger. Copyright <=2001 by Immanuel Halupczok Modified 2002,2006,2012 by the cuyo developers Maintenance modifications 2007,2008,2010-2012 by the cuyo developers This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
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