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Seek And Recharge

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Seek And Recharge
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General
Author(s)samel
TypePuzzle
Version8/16/09 updated
LicenceMixed
Links
Download
Website
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Seek And Recharge is a DS homebrew puzzle game where you are a robot and your battery are running out of charge. Your goal is to catch a new pair of battery each level.

It was participated in the NEO Summer Coding Compo 2009, ranked 3th under Game section.

Features

  • 100 levels in the Campaign.
  • Custom level.
  • Endless mode.
  • In game help.
  • Isometric view.
  • Sounds.
  • No touchscreen input.

Installation

Download and extract file.

DLDI patch the .nds file if needed (if your card does not have auto-patching) and put the whole directory in the root of card.

User guide

Gameplay

In ths game, you are a robot and your battery are running out of charge.

The objective of the game is to catch a new pair of battery in each level.

Customize Levels

Custom level requirements:

  • A description line (max 60 characters).
  • The board with its format.

Board format:

8 lines with 8 characters, each character it's one in r, g, b and mean red, green, blue.

Starting coordinate x and y (separated by a space)

Remember that the board it's 8x8 and start at index 0,0 trought 7x7.

Final coordinate x and y (separated by a space)

Remember that the board it's 8x8 and start at index 0,0 trought 7x7.

Initial player color and the maximum allowd move (separated by a space)

Remember that the initial player color follow the same board format (r,g,b).

Using additional level:

  • Copy the new level to the bonus directory /SAR/bonus/ on your card.
  • The file name is the text presented to you in the level list, no space or special character allowed.

Changelog

Updated

  • Bug on level 15 corrected.

Credits

Design: Luca Giacometti. Programming: Luca Giacometti, Isabella Bonetto. Graphics: Luca Giacometti. Sound: Isabella Bonetto, www.freesound.org.


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