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Tubularix

Description: A tetris clone in 3D
Download: tubularix.lha       (TIPS: Use the right click menu if your browser takes you back here all the time)
Size: 652kb
Version: 0.5.1.7
Date: 25 Jul 2013
Author: Miguel Escudero, AmigaOS 4.x compile by Spot / Up Rough
Submitter: Spot / Up Rough
Email: spotup/gmail com
Homepage: http://Qt-Apps.org/content/show.php/Tubularix?content=101673
Requirements: QT
Category: game/puzzle
License: Other
Distribute: yes
Min OS Version: 4.0
FileID: 8096
 
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*** AmigaOS Notes ***
Network games not tested, probably doesn't work with the current version of QT

About:
======
Tubularix is a free opensource game similar to Tetris seen from a tubular
perspective. Game's rules and behavior are very similar to the Tetris ones. It's
written in c++ with the Qt 4 libraries.
The game can be run on GNU/Linux, Windows or Mac.

You can find Tubularix's news, files and updates at:
http://tubularix.sourceforge.net

Please, send your comments, suggestions, etc. to
<miguelescudero()users.sourceforge.net>

Requirements:
=============
Qt 4.5 or higher.

Instructions (WINDOWS):
=======================
You just need to uncompress the downloaded file, enter the game's directory and
run tubularix.exe.

Instructions (GNU/Linux):
=========================
If you downloaded a compiled version, you just need to uncompress the file,
enter the game's directory and run tubularix.

Compiling and running (GNU/Linux):
==================================
Uncompress the file
Open a console, go to the game's directory and run:
qmake (or qmake-qt4, depending on your distribution)
make

If compilation ends successfully, you can go to the game's directory and run
tubularix.

Installation (GNU/Linux):
=========================
Uncompress the file
Open a console, go to the game's directory and run:
qmake (or qmake-qt4, depending on your distribution)
make
sudo make install

If installation ends succesfully, you can start tubularix directly from a
console or launch it from any application launcher.

Performance (GNU/Linux):
========================
You can run tubularix adding
-graphicssystem raster
in the command line (or in the tubularix.desktop file), and you'll hopefully get
a big performance boost.

OS/2 additional notes:
======================
Probably, in order to be able to save high scores correctly you will need to
uncomment the lines from mainwindow.cpp that follow this commentary:
//that may solve some QSetting problems in OS/2

Game controls:
==============
Keyboard:
---------
Main:
P to pause, R to restart game, F to switch between normal mode/full screen and
ESC to exit full screen mode.

Player 1 (right player):
Left and right arrows to move, down arrow to move down faster, B to drop the
piece, up arrow to rotate piece counter-clockwise and space to rotate clockwise.

Player 2 (left player):
A and D to move, S to move down faster, X to drop the piece, W to rotate piece
counter-clockwise and Q to rotate clockwise.

Mouse:
------
There are three types of mouse control. They can be activated in
Options->Activate mouse movement.

Permanent mouse control: the piece is moved with the mouse cursor, dropped with
the left button, moved down with the mouse wheel, and rotated with the right
button.

Mouse control: the piece is moved with the mouse cursor (but first it must be
grabbed with left button), dropped with the middle button and rotated with the
right button.

Mouse wheel control: the piece is moved with the mouse wheel, dropped with the
left button and rotated with the right button.

Network game:
=============
You can play a two player game over a local network or internet.
First, the player who will act as the server will have to create the game
opening the game type dialog, selecting create network game (server) and
specifying the port that will be used for the game. That port should be opened
in the firewall or nat of your system before you can start a game as a server.
Once the server is ready, the second player should open the game type dialog,
select connect to network game (client), enter the server's IP address and port,
accept game type settings, wait a few seconds and hopefully the game will start.

Configuration files (Windows):
==============================
Settings are stored in Windows registry at:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\tubularix\tubularix
HKEY_USERS\Software\tubularix\tubularix

Configuration files (GNU/Linux):
================================
Configurations are stored at $HOME/.config/tubularix/tubularix.conf

Languages:
=========
Tubularix is available in czech, english, galician and spanish.

Credits:
========
Created and maintained by Miguel Escudero Gestal
<miguelescudero()users.sourceforge.net>
Czech translation: Pavel Fric http://fripohled.blogspot.com/


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