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Frozen Bubble 1.0.0

February 19th, 2003 by Alkini

Version 1.0.0 of the Puzzle Bobble-inspired game Frozen Bubble (screenshots: 1 | 2 | 3) has been released; changes include:

  • added level editor
  • single player game now comes with 100 levels (instead of 50)
  • re-designed graphics
  • two player game features the chain reaction mechanism as an option

Frozen Bubble 1.0.0 downloads: @ www.frozen-bubble.org

4 Responses to “Frozen Bubble 1.0.0”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    While I can understand why, the author comes down a little hard on Windows, MacOS X, and Solaris, but he comes off as being absolutely crazy.

    I think just saying “the GPL lets you, but I ask you not to port to proprietary operating systems” would come off a lot better than what’s going on right now on the web page.

    Oh… and Frozen Bubble kicks ass as a game. Very professional-looking, lots of fun. A bit of slow-down if you knock down a ton of bubbles at once, but that’s not really a big deal at all. For the price ($0!), it’s utterly fantastic.

    -Erwos

  2. simcon Says:

    I’m off topic but I have a question maybe someone here will be able to answer:-

    How would one go about porting a win32 game which was created using a third party sound system called Miles Sound System? I mean would this cause a problem as it would have to be replaced by something else. Basically the game engine would request this module to play a sound and the module would go off and do it, so this would have to be either rewritten or emulated.

  3. Anonymous Says:

    http://people.mandrakesoft.com/~gc/fb/demofb.iso

    Not updated to version 1.0 yet (wish wish!).

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