Eulora, a Linux-based MMORPG, holds first game event.
This Sunday, June the 7th, players in attendance will be given unique items engraved with their name. The items can be used to generate free in-game currency on a daily basis, which is particularly notable because the game's currency is bitcoin. I can't post a link yet; if you're interested, engage me in this thread until I get 5 posts. Or just swing by #bitcoin-assets on freenode.
Mining is functional. You explore the environment (command /explore) and sometimes find goodies. If you find anything you obtain a (lockable) claim, which you can either develop directly (raw materials required) or trade away to another player. A total of 10 basic harvestables + 9 farming, 8 mining and 8 lumbering items (35 total) are available (along with dedicated exploration tools for each line).
Hello guys I'm new to shell scripting and I need to make a game using shell script. I want to know if it is possible for me a total noob to shell scripting to make this game.
The game concept is simple:
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Hello, I am looking to make a text based game, that runs in the command window, or a window similar. I will only need to use 1 window.
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GRIDLOCK(6) Games Manual GRIDLOCK(6)NAME
Gridlock - collection of grid-based board games
This manual page documents briefly the Gridlock command.
Gridlock is a collection of several grid-based strategy games. The games include Ataxx, Reversi, Gomoku, Connect Four, Breakthrough, Glass
Bead, Hexapawn, Quad Wrangle, Cats and Dogs and Moray Eels.
After launching the application, the game window will appear. Select the game you want to play from the "Game" popup menu in the upper
right. Some games have different starting configurations (board size, grid layout, etc); when one of those games are selected a "Configura-
tions" popup menu will appear from which you can select a configuration.
The bottom right displays the color and status of the two players. Each player's color is shown by a circle; the player whose turn it is
has a filled circle. For games in which players have a score (Ataxx, Eeversi, Glass Bead), the scores are shown next to the player labels.
Popup windows underneath each player's label allow you to specify whether each player is human or computer-controlled, and the difficulty
of computer players. (Note that "Hard" computer opponents may take a long time to make their moves).
The rest of the window contains the game board. To make a move, click on the cell where you wish to place a piece. Ataxx and Breakthrough
require that you move from one cell to another; to do this first click on the cell you wish to move from, then click on the cell you wish
to move to. For all games, cells that are legal moves will become highlighted when you move the mouse over them. If you are unable to make
a move, you can pass by clicking the "Pass" button on the right. The "Restart" button will restart the game, requiring confirmation if a
game is in progress.
You can play these games over the network. It is possible to save and load games.
SEE ALSO GNUstep(7).
This manual page was written and updated by Gurkan Sengun <firstname.lastname@example.org>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by oth-
October 17, 2003 GRIDLOCK(6)