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This [http://numptyphysics.garage.maemo.org/ really cool game] is available by running:
 
This [http://numptyphysics.garage.maemo.org/ really cool game] is available by running:
opkg install --force-depends http://wwwpub.zih.tu-dresden.de/~mkluge/numptyphysics_0.2_armv4t.ipk
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opkg install --force-depends http://wwwpub.zih.tu-dresden.de/~mkluge/numptyphysics_0.2_armv4t.ipk
 
opkg complains about libsdl and libsdl-image, but I think the program should actually work on 2007.2, and Debian (?).
 
opkg complains about libsdl and libsdl-image, but I think the program should actually work on 2007.2, and Debian (?).
  
 
On Om 2008 you need to do the following:
 
On Om 2008 you need to do the following:
opkg install libsdl-1.2-0 libsdl-image-1.2-0
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opkg install libsdl-1.2-0 libsdl-image-1.2-0
opkg install -force-depends http://wwwpub.zih.tu-dresden.de/~mkluge/numptyphysics_0.2_armv4t.ipk
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opkg install -force-depends http://wwwpub.zih.tu-dresden.de/~mkluge/numptyphysics_0.2_armv4t.ipk
  
 
Use with a keyboard on. Keys:
 
Use with a keyboard on. Keys:
  
stylus draw a new stroke
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* stylus draw a new stroke
space or enter (d-pad centre) pause/unpause physics
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* space or enter (d-pad centre) pause/unpause physics
esc (back arrow) undo last stroke
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* esc (back arrow) undo last stroke
q quit
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* q quit
r or up reset level to initial state
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* r or up reset level to initial state
n or right skip to next level
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* n or right skip to next level
p or left go to previous level
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* p or left go to previous level
e or fullscreen edit mode
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* e or fullscreen edit mode
  
 
Hints:
 
Hints:

Revision as of 23:50, 25 October 2008

This really cool game is available by running: opkg install --force-depends http://wwwpub.zih.tu-dresden.de/~mkluge/numptyphysics_0.2_armv4t.ipk opkg complains about libsdl and libsdl-image, but I think the program should actually work on 2007.2, and Debian (?).

On Om 2008 you need to do the following: opkg install libsdl-1.2-0 libsdl-image-1.2-0 opkg install -force-depends http://wwwpub.zih.tu-dresden.de/~mkluge/numptyphysics_0.2_armv4t.ipk

Use with a keyboard on. Keys:

  • stylus draw a new stroke
  • space or enter (d-pad centre) pause/unpause physics
  • esc (back arrow) undo last stroke
  • q quit
  • r or up reset level to initial state
  • n or right skip to next level
  • p or left go to previous level
  • e or fullscreen edit mode

Hints:

Each stroke is like a rigid piece of wire with a mass proportional to its length. A closed stroke is just a wire bent into a shape, it has no substance apart from its perimeter.

The ends of a strokes can (and will) join onto other strokes when drawn near enough to another stroke. These joints are pivots so you can use this to build levers, pendulums and other mechanical wonders.

Jointed strokes don't collide with each other. Join both ends to make a rigid structure


No-screenshot.png Numptyphysics

Numpty Physics is a drawing puzzle game.


Homepage: http://numptyphysics.garage.maemo.org
Package:
Tested on: FSO


Source Code released:https://garage.maemo.org/scm/?group_id=638

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This really cool game is available by running: opkg install --force-depends http://wwwpub.zih.tu-dresden.de/~mkluge/numptyphysics_0.2_armv4t.ipk opkg complains about libsdl and libsdl-image, but I think the program should actually work on 2007.2, and Debian (?).

On Om 2008 you need to do the following: opkg install libsdl-1.2-0 libsdl-image-1.2-0 opkg install -force-depends http://wwwpub.zih.tu-dresden.de/~mkluge/numptyphysics_0.2_armv4t.ipk

Use with a keyboard on. Keys:

  • stylus draw a new stroke
  • space or enter (d-pad centre) pause/unpause physics
  • esc (back arrow) undo last stroke
  • q quit
  • r or up reset level to initial state
  • n or right skip to next level
  • p or left go to previous level
  • e or fullscreen edit mode

Hints:

Each stroke is like a rigid piece of wire with a mass proportional to its length. A closed stroke is just a wire bent into a shape, it has no substance apart from its perimeter.

The ends of a strokes can (and will) join onto other strokes when drawn near enough to another stroke. These joints are pivots so you can use this to build levers, pendulums and other mechanical wonders.

Jointed strokes don't collide with each other. Join both ends to make a rigid structure


No-screenshot.png Numptyphysics

Numpty Physics is a drawing puzzle game.


Homepage: http://numptyphysics.garage.maemo.org
Package:
Tested on: FSO


Source Code released:https://garage.maemo.org/scm/?group_id=638