Eviltris is a tetris like game, where the computer actually cheats when selecting the next piece.
Have you ever felt like the computer isn't playing fair? That it is cheating? Eviltris is here to show that you are absolutely right.
You'll need SDL (http://www.libsdl.org.) installed in order to compile and run eviltris.
To install (probably as root):
cp ./eviltris /usr/local/bin/eviltris
To remove (probably also as root):
I won't go over the game instruction (if you don't know how to play, simply
read the c++ source code), just over the somewhat "weird" options:
· You can move the current piece left, right, down or up (!).
· Pause won't hide the screen, take your time to think where to put your pieces
· Using the Alt key, you can move a piece almost to the end (near full move).
· Extra evil mode, will make the computer more annoying, lets see if you can figure out how and when (turned on by default).
· There's no "show next piece" option. That will ruin the fun.
· Sometime it thinks you can pass through a small gap when you actually can't
· When moving almost to the end (near full move), you can actually get a piece outside the board or on top of another piece, which will end the game.
· The piece rotation mechanism might seem a bit weird.