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Gravity Force

Description: Remake of Amiga classic Gravity Force - i386 AROS
Download: gravityforce.i386-aros.lha       (TIPS: Use the right click menu if your browser takes you back here all the time)
Size: 982kb
Version: 1.0
Date: 24 Jul 16
Author: David Douglas
Submitter: David Douglas
Requirements: AROS i386
Category: game/action
License: Freeware
Distribute: yes
FileID: 1528
 
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This is a remake of the Amiga classic Gravity Force.

The original was by Stephan Wenzler.

All code has been written from scratch but gfx, sfx and music are all ripped.

Default keys are:
Player 1: 
Z = Fire
X = Thrust
Cursor Keys = Rotate

Player 2:
Numpad 3 = Fire
Numpad Enter = Thrust
Numpad 1 & 2 = Rotate

S= Start
Q = Quit
RCtrl = Enter Settings Menu

Settings:
Use rotate to toggle input controller - press fire to define input for selected
controller
Online sessions are very experimental, but one player selects the host option,
then second player selects the join option and types in the hosts IP address.

I've tested this on AROS i386 native and it works fine.  The binary crashes on
linux hosted i386 - no idea why, I thought the binaries were supposed to be
interchangable.

I originally wrote this for the GP32, so the menus and input are pretty basic as
I had no GUI to work with.  But it is functional.

Enjoy

Dave


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