|Showcase > Arcade ( Created 09 February 2010 | Last Edited 09 February 2010)|
|Centipong 2 - Created by Jayenkai (No Votes)|
Gentler, Calmer, Crazier
|Smash the pods, keep on smashing, smash some more and catch your balls!|
Centipong returns with extra playability. A few new tweaks, and even slightly slower gameplay to help you relax a little.
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320kbs MP3, cheaply made wallpaper, DVD case and a great big newly drawn AGameAWeek logo! woot!
|Posted : Sunday, 21 February 2010, 01:42|
|Fun and painfully colourful.|
I think it's a bug: after 2 "shrinkages", my pod disappeared and ball was lost. I couldn't move or release the next ball either.
"236-Centipong.tar.gz" is plain ".tar" - I had to rename it to extract it.
|Posted : Sunday, 21 February 2010, 02:25|
|Yeah, the "shrink-GO!" is a mistyped variable name! whoopsy!!|
p=pw-16 should've been pw=pw-16
It's fixed, and waiting for Tuesday, when I'm reposting all three of my "New Framework" games with the latest version of the Framework. (This, Box's Adventure and Munky Train 2)
Out of interest, this is probably a dumb question, but can you natively unzip a zip in most Linux distribs?
It'd be a whole lot easier if I could bung both the Linux and PC executables into a single zip file!
|Posted : Sunday, 21 February 2010, 04:22|
|No problem with zips.|
But what would happen with "executable" attribute of "206 - Centipong" if you created zip in Windows - I don't know. Zipping in Linux preserved that attribute here.
|Posted : Sunday, 21 February 2010, 06:29|
|yeh as pio said no problem with zips.|
but even if it did lose it's 'executable' attribute, it's not exactly hard for any linux user to change it back (right click on the file, 'properties', 'permissions' and click 'allow executing file as a program') or via the terminal.