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Kobo Deluxe Review

February 11th, 2007 by Crusader

Linux.com has posted a review of Kobo Deluxe:

If you still dig the old-style arcade games, you owe it to yourself to check out Kobo Deluxe, an improved version of XKobo with sound and better graphics. I ran across Kobo Deluxe when I was looking for a game similar to Namco’s arcade classic Bosconian. Your mission? Blow up the fortresses and move on to the next level, to … blow up more fortresses. OK, so it’s not exactly Shakespearean story development, but what do you want from a retro arcade-style game anyway? Right — fast-paced action and an ever-increasing high score, which Kobo Deluxe delivers in spades.

2 Responses to “Kobo Deluxe Review”

  1. barrett9h Says:

    this. game. rocks.

  2. Anonymous Says:

    I personally don’t believe too much on 3d gaming, but Linux.com should have checked out ABA games [1], which have published a lot of shooter titles under the famous BulletML. The games are written in SDL, so they can be ported to Linux.

    [1] http://www.asahi-net.or.jp/~cs8k-cyu/

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