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ColorCode Mobile

   0.6  

Qt Tactics & Strategy Game

Score 53%
ColorCode Mobile
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ColorCode Mobile
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ColorCode Mobile
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Minimum required   Qt 4.x
Downloads:  163
Submitted:  Nov 14 2010
Updated:  Nov 14 2010

Description:

Symbian S60 port of the game ColorCode by Dirk Laebisch (http://qt-apps.org/content/show.php/ColorCode?content=111520)

* lots of game variants, from the very easy up to really challenging ones, achieved by combinations
of any color count from 2-10 with any column count from 2-5 (you can also select one of the 5 level presets)
* 2 different game modes (Human vs. Computer/Computer vs. Human)
* allow or not pegs of the same color, display letter or number indicators or change the colors while playing
* automatically close the rows after the 4th peg is set to hurry up playing
* hide the menubar, toolbar and statusbar and scale the game window to your needs
* English, German, Czech, French and Hungarian translations available
* now it has a rather intelligent ;-) built in MasterMind solver - so you can let the computer guess for you
(nope, he's not cheating - really)

And, on the edge of losing you may always restart the same game avoiding the scandal :-D




LicenseGPL
(S60 Installer (debug))
(S60 Adapted source code)
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 Check this

 
 by ssorgatem on: Dec 21 2010
 
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Check this out: https://projects.forum.nokia.com/colorcode

And this: http://store.ovi.com/content/54941


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 Re: Check this

 
 by gravity0 on: Dec 21 2010
 
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Do not know about this. If there are any problems with my port people is welcome to ask me for further questions via messages.

If I am requested for deletion there will be no problem.


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 Re: Re: Check this

 
 by ssorgatem on: Dec 21 2010
 
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No, no problem at all, don't worry ;).

They are just two different ports. As long as I've seen in a quick diff, my port has deeper modifications.

We have both added different translations to the original.

I only pointed out that it already existed ;) although I haven't publicized it at all.

But, there's an issue I've stumbled upon: we both have called our s&0 port "colorcode", that makes it impossible to install both versions in the same device (at least I cannot install yours without uninstalling first my port).

But anyway, I thing such a setting would be uncommon, after all.


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 Re: Re: Re: Check this

 
 by gravity0 on: Dec 22 2010
 
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What if we team up? :)


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Check this

 
 by ssorgatem on: Dec 22 2010
 
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Feel free to use or improve my code ;)

It would be nice to team up, but I'm afraid I won't have enough free time until (probably) february, which isn't very good :(.

BTW, I think your approach to colorcode's menus is prettier than my approach ;) (I'll have to make a closer look to the code).


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Check this

 
 by gravity0 on: Dec 22 2010
 
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Get wathever you want from the code. I'll check out yours.

However I won't have much time to dedicate to it too since I am under exams and I am also workinig on my Mobile Media Player. However I'd be glad to help you in my spare time.


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