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Catch the Furball

Catch the Furball is an icebreaker board game intended for friends to play around a computer. It features a freshly-generated board for each game, an eclectic collection of cards, and beautiful pictures of Cambridge University. The distribution is intended both to allow Web masters to quickly set up their own copy of the game, and to allow tinkerers to use the game engine to make their own games. It includes the editor used to create game data.


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  •  26 Mar 2003 14:58

Release Notes: The HTML implementation of navigation was fixed so that IE users would be able to move around between rooms instead of being immobile. Further fixes were made so that the script behaves properly in special cases.

  •  16 Mar 2003 04:11

Release Notes: In this version, the HTML was adapted so that pages display attractively in current versions of Netscape, Mozilla, and IE, while still displaying decently in prior versions.

Release Notes: Usability enhancements were made, including a larger font size for easier play. Deprecated HTML was removed in favor of CSS. Play issues were addressed by adding brownian motion to the furball. Game text was improved. The opening image was tweaked. Minor bugs and data errors were corrected. This is the first stable release.

No changes have been submitted for this release.


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