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Games, Graphics, and Multimedia (Part 1 of 2)


Adventlands
Developer: tommyj23
Category: Games, Graphics & Multimedia
Beginner: No
Platform: Harmattan


Application Description:
In this game you have to explode bubbles, in diferents levels, and eat bubbles too, in some levels you have to fight with an evil boss.

Download Instructions:
Here I put for you the intro of the game Adventlands, and other video for learn how to play.

The intro video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8-AfN9Z2a2E&feature=plcp

And how to play:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H0bR7oCrCVM&feature=plcp
And now the link of the game:
https://sites.google.com/site/dimensionadventure/ad




Alpha Strike
Developer: aStrike
Category: Games, Graphics & Multimedia
Beginner: Yes
Platform: Fremantle (N900)


Application Description:
Alpha Strike is a fast-paced 3D action shooting game in which you move the player with the accelerometer and shoot with the on-screen joystick. Your target is to shoot as many robotic enemies as you can while avoiding their attacks and using the health or weapon bonuses. As you kill more enemies, your score gets higher. The game was created by me from scratch and is original (not a port of an existing game). Alpha Strike was programmed on and for the N900 using C++. It uses SDL1.2 and OpenGL ES2.0 for the 3D graphics rendering. It is currently aimed for the N900, but I think it is fairly portable to other platforms too.
The game features include: High-res textures, varied and multicolored arenas, keyframe animations for the game figures, vertex buffer objects, interleaving and indexed arrays for better performance, highscores system, visual effects such as lighting with textures, simple reflections and shadows, textured animations with particles effects for explosions and bullet collisions, etc.

Download Instructions:
For installation instructions, download links, more screenshots and details visit the Alpha Strike thread: http://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php?t=86639




BlockMaster
Developer: (talk.maemo.org)3clch4pawlakov , (maemo.org)tomx95
Category: Games, Graphics & Multimedia
Beginner: Yes
Platform: Fremantle (N900)


Application Description:
BlockMaster is a puzzle solving 2D platformer.
Itís a game where you must guide all characters to the exits by modifying( creating or destroying ) blocks on the map.
It has 28 unique playable levels.

See gameplay video on youtube:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GCKIRZ3k1YU

Work completed by me:
- engine(physics, game logic), from scratch
- idea
- levels
- some graphics
It's coded using OpenGLES2 and QT.

Download Instructions:
Announce thread: http://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php?t=86661
Download link: v 1.1.4 Fremantle armel
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/103797238/Bl...ntle_armel.deb

Package is also available in extras devel:
Type these commands in X Terminal to install it:
sudo gainroot
apt-get update
apt-get install blockmaster

If you have problems installing, uninstall previous versions first. If you still have problems ask for help in announce thread or mail me at tpastusiak@gmail.com




Crosswords
Developer: draxcp6
Category: Games, Graphics & Multimedia
Beginner: Yes
Platform: Fremantle (N900) and Harmattan


Application Description:
You get letters, and you must use them for given time (configurable) in order to not receive penalty (configurable). You define how big table will be, how many letters you get per round, what dictionary to use (at the moment only English and Serbian are supported) and many more. In other words, game is very customizable so you can adjust it however you like.
Also, it is optimized for touch screens (cellphones Ė supports landscape and portrait modes) but it works good on desktops.

Whole game is my work and it is written from scratch.

Download Instructions:
Here is maemo.org thread dedicated for application: http://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php?t=86355
Download details and instructions are in that thread.




Hits
Developer: bober12
Category: Games, Graphics & Multimedia
Beginner: Yes
Platform: Fremantle (N900)


Application Description:
Hits Ė rhythm game made using Qt for Nokia n900/fremantle.
Easy and simple.
All you need to do is push circles according the music, when outer circle is same size as inner.

I have made all coding work Ė engine, map parsing, score system, etc.
Graphics and play maps arenít made by me.

Download Instructions:
Here is announce page with .deb file download links.
http://ftpud-apps.blogspot.com/2012/...ythm-game.html




Instago
Developer: dirksonguer
Category: Games, Graphics & Multimedia
Beginner: No
Platform: Harmattan


Application Description:
Instago is an Instagram client for Meego / Harmattan. It lets you browse through the popular photos stream of Instagram, view photos in detail and take a look at the user pages.

As such itís a simple viewer at the moment. Now obviously the intersting part of Instagram would actually be able to upload images. However Iím not going to reverse engineer posting images to Instagram nor will I try. Instead, here is what Iím going to do:

Step 1: Implement as much features as possible without actually authenticating myself (via OAuth). Test it, have a beta and then push it to the Nokia Store. This is the current state of the application (well, the beta part).

Step 2: Implement user authentication and have all the interactive features (like searching, friends, likes, news stream and so on). Test it, have a beta and push the update to the Nokia Store.

Step 3: Contact Instagram and beg to be approved for official upload support

I started developing the application from scratch about three weeks ago in my spare time. The progress is documented on my N9 blog here: http://n9development.tumblr.com/

Also Iím pushing the code to a Google Code project here: http://code.google.com/p/n9-developm...runk%2Finstago

Download Instructions:
You can download the current version of the application (v0.0.2) here: http://code.google.com/p/n9-developm....0.2_armel.deb

Other versions can be found in the download section: http://code.google.com/p/n9-developm...downloads/list

Please note that you have to allow installations from other sources than the Nokia Store. See details here: http://techprolonged.com/index.php/2...ego-harmattan/.




Lone Wolf
Developer: sakya
Category: Games, Graphics & Multimedia
Beginner: No
Platform: Fremantle (N900)


Application Description:
Lone Wolf is a Gamebook serie, freely distributed also by the Project AON.
This is a portable version of the books for the N900.

I started coding it before the beginning of the competition, but finish the development and the scripting of the books during the competition timeframe

Download Instructions:
The package is available in extra devel:
http://maemo.org/packages/view/lonewolf4m/




MaeLyrica
Developer: marmistrz
Category: Games, Graphics, Multimedia
Beginner: No
Platform: Fremantle (N900)


Application Description:
MaeLyrica is a lyrics downloading client with ability to save them for later offline use.

Features:
Download lyrics from 5 different providers
Save lyrics for offline use
Select track from media library
Select track from recent searches
Do you know that MaeLyrica offered AZLyrics.com lyrics download before Open Media Player?

Download Instructions:
Announce thread: http://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php?p=1263786
1. Enable extras-devel
2. In Hildon App. Manager install MaeLyrica or as root:
Code:
sudo gainroot
apt-get install maelyrica
To run, just click the entry in the menu

Additional notes:
To minimize click top left corner, to close click top right corner
In case of any problems, let me know.
Open Media Player does take the lyrics from MaeLyrica database, but displays them without breaks. It seems to be a bug in Open Media Player I discovered lately, as MaeLyrica displays the same lyrics correctly..

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Last edited by kojacker; 2012-09-22 at 22:20.
 

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