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OGS Mahjong 0.7

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Changes since 0.6:
    + Most of code hase been rewritten from scratch.
    + Added autocamera.
    + Added save and load functionality.
    + Added Shisen-Sho game mode.
    + Added assumption of optimal settings at the first start of the game.
    + Added German language support.
    + Lots of interface changes.
    + Single archive.
    + Faster number of turns calculation / faster tile selection with large Mahjong layouts.
    + Now settings and savegames are in ‘My Documents/OGStudio’ under Windows and ‘~/.OGStudio’ under Linux.
    + Added lots of human-readable error messages.
    + Added verbose logging into single file.
    - Dropped support of incomplete themes. Theme “9 may” was remoded.
    Download the game for:
      Linux 32-bit
      Linux 64-bit
      Additional music.
      Download this archive and unpack it to the game directory.
      Linux dependencies.
      To run the game on various Linux distributions, you need to install additional packages first.
        Debian 6: libopenal1 libfreeimage3
        Mint 10: libfreeimage3
        Ubuntu 11.04: libopenal1 libfreeimage3
        Fedora 14: openal-soft freeimage
        openSUSE 11.4: openal-soft libpcreposix0 libfreeimage3 (i586 x86_64)
        Mandriva 2010.02: openal (libfreeimage3 or lib64freeimage3)
        Arch 2010.05: openal freeimage libvorbis xdg-utils glut
        Slackware 13.37: openal freeimage
        Other: usually you need to install glut freeimage openal pcre.
        Homepage: http://opengamestudio.org

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Great game, I enjoyed it much.

Defiantly a must play if you love mahjong.

I'd only make 2 suggestions: rotate the camera along the X-axis when you right click, and include the music with the install (don't make it seperate "add-on") if anything make a music-less build and a music build.

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I've did add a bit of music into the archives, so now with only 1 archive you get 6 tracks already. :)

Thanks for suggestion. We'll examine it.

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Thanks. It's just a start for us, we're doing games to build a powerful engine, that's why 3D in such a simple game :)

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