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> Gnu Robbo 0.62 Zaurus Sharp Rom Ipk Released, Finally created pixmap font for Zaurus build
post Mar 2 2009, 02:29 AM
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Back in 2005 I released a port of GNU Robbo for the Zaurus. Since then I have become a GNU Robbo Sourceforge project developer and have considerably updated the game. The problem for me at the moment is that the project uses SDL_ttf and I have an SL-5500 which I've never been able to find the dev packages for. I can fix this by creating some pixmap fonts but the project is now internationalised, it'll be a lot of work and I have other things to do for the immediate future. So for the moment I am announcing this project as Zaurus ready (it has a Zaurus (Sharp ROM) Makefile and packaging script) and hopefully people with the capability to package it across the various ROMs will bring this to the Zaurus masses smile.gif

The project is in SVN until tonight when the other developer is going to package the source and place it for download on http://sourceforge.net/projects/gnurobbo .

GNU Robbo 0.61 Changelog:

* Added graphical skin support
* Added a newly created graphical skin: Tronic
* 15 additional levels converted from RobboVII
* 32 additional levels converted from RobboVIII
* 32 additional levels converted from RobboIX
* Added in-game help
* Added reconfigurable options
* Added reconfigurable controls
* Added analogue and digital joystick support
* Added centering of game within any resolution
* Added support for different locales
* Added a Polish translation
* Many bug fixes



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post Mar 19 2009, 06:36 AM
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wow, it's awesome to see people still doing stuff for the z like this. Way to go and thanks greenknight! I'll have to try this out later.
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