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nPush

Description: nCurses ascii block pushing game.
Download: npush.i386-aros.zip       (TIPS: Use the right click menu if your browser takes you back here all the time)
Size: 318kb
Version: 0.7
Date: 06 Nov 13
Author: David Richmond, Jamie McCloskey
Submitter: cavemann
Homepage: http://npush.sourceforge.net/
Category: game/puzzle
License: GPL
Distribute: yes
FileID: 1350
 
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nPush is a logic game similar to Sokoban and Boulder Dash. You need to collect
all the gold on the level and reach the exit. To make it hard there are some
rocks that stand in your way, and you also have some dynamite to blast them
away. Main difference from Sokoban, KSokoban and similar games is that you can
have multiple player-controlled characters you can move on the screen.

nPush is written in C++. The source code is freely available under GPL license,
version 2 or above. The code is very simple, so if you're interested in working
on your C++ skills on a simple project, please feel free to join in.

nPush is a terminal based application and uses nCurses library for user
interface.
Game internals are rather simple and written in such way that implementing some
nicer graphic UI (like using SDL for example) should not be hard to do.







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