Mia said:I'm totally addicted to Slither Link as well since I discovered the DS version a few weeks ago. Such a great logic puzzle game.
And actually I was considering developing one for the Pandora.
▲ That was almost two years ago (!)
Today I've started working on my version of Slitherlink for the Pandora, and I can show you some screenshots :
For those not familiar with Slitherlink: it's a highly addictive logic puzzle game, created by Japanese publisher Nikoli (famous for their Sudoku).
In a Slitherlink Puzzle, you connect horizontally or vertically adjacent dots to form a meandering path that forms a single loop, without crossing itself, or branching. The numbers indicate how many lines surround each cell. Empty cells may be surrounded by any number of lines (from 0 to 3).
There is one unique solution, and you should be able to find it without guessing. You may find it helpful to make small x's between dots that cannot be connected.
More information here. Slitherlink was one of my big video game addictions, with Picross. Now I'm trying to spread the virus
The development is SDL only, which is also a nice way for me to learn SDL gently. The "engine" is pretty much finished, now I just have to add a lot more puzzles, hopefully 300 for the first release (~100 already done). No touch controls at the moment, as I don't like touch-based interfaces generally, but if people want it, I'll implement it.
The first version should be ready shortly after I receive my Pandora.
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