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[FREE SOURCE] PacDude Hero 100% - Beta 1.00 Win32/Linux... PacDude Hero 100% Beta Version 1.00 (C)opyright 2010 By Silent Hero Productions(R) (For Windows(R) XP / Vista / 7, and Linux) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- "Do you have the skills to beat level 5 and save your girlfriend?" ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- GAME FEATURES: - Runs on any Windows(R) or Linux OS based PC desktop / notebook / netbook - - Beautiful full color and high resolution super fast visual graphics - - Awesome digital sound effects - - Amazing digital soundtrack featuring over 15 minutes of music - - Easy to play keyboard controls - - Large 4-way scrolling boards - - Up to 8 enemy ghosts featuring "SneakyGhost" A.I. technology - - 5 total levels with increasing difficulty and different board layouts - - Cut scenes with an ending upon beating level 5 - - Saved options and high scores table - - And much more! - ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Windows(R) XP / Vista / 7 Download: click here (compressed ZIP file) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Linux (Any) Download Plus SOURCE: click here (compressed tar.gz file) NOTE: - Linux version includes source and a makefile to build executable. - Dependences: G++, SDL1.2, SDL_image, SDL_mixer, SDL_ttf, OpenGL ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Enjoy!!! [Edited by - JeZLee on March 4, 2010 8:39:42 AM]

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