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Monday, May 17, 2010

Space Plumber is a first-person 3d game, not much different to Doom and Quake.

Space Plumber is a first-person 3d game, not much different to Doom and Quake.

The main goal is to reach the extraction pumps before the water level increases swamping everything. Each of the 30 levels that conform the game have progressive difficulty by adding more pumps and consoles that you must deactivate first, and by making the map bigger.

There are no enemies, you fight against time and misorientation, and you only have your skills to move inside the maze.

The 1.1.x series are a port to use QDGDF, making it easier to compile in a variety of systems. It's included in the package, so you don't have to download it separately.

Download the source code:

http://triptico.com/download/splumber-1.1.0-rc2.tar.gz - [GPG signature]

or get the development version using git:

 git clone http://git.triptico.com/splumber

If you use the git repository, remember you need QDGDF.

Win32 install package:

http://triptico.com/download/splumber-1.1.0-rc2.exe

This software is licensed under the GPL.

Latest version is 1.1.0-rc2. Space Plumber Release Notes.

www.zanox.com

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