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Posted in game/think on January 31, 2009 by Arti

AuthorDominique Roux-Serret

Category: Arcade

Version: 2.0.1

Ri-li is a arcade game under GPL. You drive a toy wood engine in many levels and you must collect all the coaches for win.

Full-featured, 18 languages: Arabic, Breton, Chinese, Dutch, English, Esperanto, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish. Colorful animated wood engine, 50 levels and 3 beautiful music tracks and many sound effects.

By default Polish and English languages are inluded, for more download language pack.

License: free

Eggchess 1.1

Posted in game/think on November 8, 2008 by Arti
Description: Strange multiplayer game
Download: Eggchess.lha
Size: 437kb
Version: 1.1
Date: 08 Nov 08
Author: Anders Lindström, AmigaOS 3.0 compile by Arti
Submitter: Arti
Email: orta1/wp pl
Category: game/think
License: GPL

Egg Chess v1.1 (010910) by Anders Lindström

1. Intro

This is free software (GNU GPL), read COPYING for details.

This is a very simple game called Egg Chess (or in swedish: Äggaschack).

1.1 Rules

Player 1 places an egg - whole, half eaten or empty - in one of the nine
nests. Next, player 2 can place a new egg (or part thereof), eat a part
of the existing egg or eat the whole existing egg. Next, player 1 does the
The winner is the player who gets three whole, half eaten or empty eggs in
a row.

2. Installation


3. Credits
The rules of the game is invented by Stefan Sandstrom. Some of the graphics
are borrowed from the Mac game "MacÄggaschack".


Posted in game/think with tags , on November 7, 2008 by Arti

Short:             A simple Tic Tac Toe game written in SDL
Download:     TicTacToe.lha
Author:           Bill Kendrick, AmigaOS port by Arti
Type:              game/think
Version:          2005.01.17

Architecture: m68k-amigaos

ttt is a very simple one- or two-player Tic Tac Toe game played using a mouse. It was developed in response to a request by Barbara Schaffer of the American Red Cross. It is released as Free Software under the GNU General Public License. (That is, it’s Open Source.) See COPYING.txt.