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Intelligent FRAC

Intelligent FRAC is a Linux release of an old 3D packing (tetris-like) game with new features. It is available in svgalib and X11 implementations. It supports all color modes, from 4 to 32bpp, and therefore will run on any video card (even those not supported directly by svgalib). The X11 module can run in window (X11 generic) and full screen (XFree86-DGA 2.0) modes by changing and restoring video mode if necessary. Other features include joystick support, an option to choose your favourite music to play, volume control, and a demo mode.

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  •  06 Jun 2001 08:23

    Release Notes: Linear addressing in svgalib version.

    •  30 Apr 2001 11:27

      Release Notes: This release reduces the top limit for entering the world score list, increases the size of the score list, and fixes a bug relating to the use of XF86DGA with some drivers (eg. nVidia's driver).

      •  24 Mar 2001 16:47

        Release Notes: This release adds score submission to the world-wide score table (in the precompiled binary only), makes a slight change to scoring and boss mode, and fixes numerous bugs.

        •  24 Dec 2000 01:35

          No changes have been submitted for this release.

          •  19 Dec 2000 14:55

            Release Notes: XFree86-DGA 2.0 support was added (requires XFree86 4.0). DGA and full-screen modes are now just xifrac options. A separate module is no longer required, and there is no need for the executable to be 'suid root'. The old XF86DGA 1.x interface (XFree86 3.3) is no longer supported.

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