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Website:inventwithpython.com...
Maintainer:Thann
Version:2.0.0.2
Filesize:292.87 kB
Category:Game
Sub-Cat:LogicGame
Redistribute:Allowed
Added:Jun 14, 2011
Updated:Oct 14, 2011
Downloads:428
Package Author: Al Sweigart
Description:
Sokoban Clone
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I found it on: http://inventwithpython.com/blog/2011/06/13/new-game-source-code-star-pusher-sokoban-clone/
It's a programming demo but still quite challenging and fun!

I made it run in full screen because pandora apps generally do but if you guys don't like it or have any other ideas feel free to ask. This game is very basic so I would be happy to make it more user friendly.

UPDATE:
Cam: A/B/Y/X (Home/End/PGUP/PGDN)
LevelReset: START
Next/Back: Shoulder Buttons
CharSelect: SELECT

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porg
29/04/2012 18:43 UTC
v2.0.0.2
@Maintainer: Could u plz provide 1 or more preview pics & plz set the most illustrative pic (in-game rather than main menu screenshot!) as primary in the PND PXML definition, as many contexts consider only the first pic: MiniMenu, Repo RSS, PNDManager (more on demand), etc. http://pnd.to/previewpic
porg
29/10/2011 18:03 UTC
v2.0.0.2
@Thann & Mr_Rob: I agree that Fn-Q has the advantage of "no incidental triggering" and it is not hard to find blindly, simple the most top-left and the most bottom-right QWERTY keys at once.
Mr_Rob
14/10/2011 13:58 UTC
v2.0.0.2
Hmm, I'll have to agree with Thann. I'd prefer Fn-q to q every time. Slipping off the D-pad and hitting q is a common occurrence, and reaching for Fn-q isn't too bad.
Thann
14/10/2011 08:29 UTC
v2.0.0.2
I decided against having Q quit because I find it too easily hit on accident .
porg
10/10/2011 22:55 UTC
v2.0.0.1
Please make the key assignment more Pandora friendly! Cam: A/B/Y/X. LevelReset: START. Other keys are ok. "Q" for quit would be nicer than ESC as it requires no pressing of the "Fn" modifier key. But ESC is ok, as it is a standard.
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