Release Notes: The game now optionally runs in higher resolutions (800x600 and 1024x768). The main menus were translated to German, Dutch, Spanish, French, and Italian. Many new game objects were added along with many new levels (now more than 750). Tutorial levels that teach the basics of the game were also added. The graphics were updated to make the game playable by color-blind players. Gamma correction can now be changed from inside the game. Finally, support for loading levels from the original Oxyd series was improved tremendously.
Release Notes: This release primarily fixes the bugs reported during the beta test. A couple of new levels have been added and the ability to select arbitrary levels from the level menu has been re-established.
Release Notes: This release adds two game modes (easy and difficult), a Sokoban mode, more than 300 new levels, a user manual, countless new game elements (turnstiles, volcanos, warp tunnels, land-mines, jump pads, rotors, etc.), and many internal changes, like better soft-scrolling and a reduced memory footprint.
Release Notes: This release features more than 70 new levels, many new game objects, better graphics, stereo sound, and greatly improved mouse controls.
Release Notes: This version contains 40 new levels, greatly improved graphics, variable mouse speed, configurable sound and music volume, and faster screen updates.
Release Notes: This release features improved mouse controls, alpha blended shadows, many new game objects, and a new menu system. It also adds 52 new levels and a Win32 version.
Release Notes: This release fixes a few problems with "make install" and adds an RPM .spec file.
Release Notes: This release contains 27 new levels and 10 new game objects.