Console Lines 1.0.4 review

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Console Lines is a "Lines" game for the Unix terminal

License: GPL (GNU General Public License)
File size: 0K
Developer: Black Angel
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Console Lines is a "Lines" game for the Unix terminal. There is no in-game help available right now, so check the README file. To move the cursor, use arrows (or jkhl), to select or to move a chip, use space. To instantly quit, use 'q'. Console Lines requires a certain terminal size, supports a mouse (curses or GPM), and works with various ncurses libraries.

You will need an ANSI standart C compiler, GNU make, and a decent curses library that supports colors.

The current lists of operation systems tested:

Linux, glibc 2.2
Solaris 9
OpenBSD 3.8
CygWin 5

What's New in This Release:
Support for smaller terminals (as small as 19x19).
Support for terminal resize.
Support for black and white terminals.
Support for command line options.
A workaround for a nasty ALTLinux/Debian GPM bug.
Persistant high scores.
A man page has been added.

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