snake3d is a variant of the snake game. You are a snake in a 3d world trying to eat as many icosahedrons as possible, which makes your tail longer. There are other snakes (network players) in the world that will try to get you.
|Operating Systems||Unix Mac OS X|
Release Notes: Multi-player (over TCP/IP network) is now available, with up to 4 players. Most of the GLUT code has been replaced, and now SDL is used instead. A new 2d world was added to allow new players to get acquainted with the controls before going to 3d board. When two snakes collide, now both are dead. Other minor bugs and drawing improvements were made.
Release Notes: Players can now change board settings before the game starts. Other snakes can be set to follow you instead of the food. All configurations (snakes, board, and keys) are now saved. Snake tail drawing was improved (smoother rotation), and so was the head rotation. Some bugs were fixed (including the key repeat bug).
Release Notes: A simple menu interface was added for controlling game parameters such as world selection and key configurations. The default key for quitting is now M-q. A game can be aborted to start a new one. The speed selection is finite. Some bugfixes were made. The original resolution should be restored after full screen mode. A snake bend bug (rotating from backward to right) was fixed. Mac OS X binaries are now available.
No changes have been submitted for this release.