Shut The Box 0.4

Shut The Box is a simple diversion written in C and GTK+.
Shut The Box project is a simple diversion written in C and GTK+. The object is simple: roll the dice and click the tiles that sum up to that dice roll until there are no more tiles to click.

Shut The Box is based off of those little wooden puzzles with dice and tiles. My first exposure was playing this as a BBS Door on a BBS my friend ran.

The concept was simple enough so I tried writing it for my own Atari BBS (with the help of another more experienced SysOp).

After I took the BBS offline, the game concept grew from an idea into a sort of “Hello World” application I’d write in order to become more familiar with a language. Hence, this is my “Hello World” for GTK+, although I have several other applications brewing in GTK+.

Requirements:

· gtk+ 2.x.
· glib 2.x.

What's New in This Release:

· Added end-of-game functionality, so the game will tell you when no more tiles may be shut.

last updated on:
December 27th, 2006, 4:05 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Craig Maloney
homepage:
decafbad.net
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
category:
ROOT \ Games \ Puzzle

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