Celebrating Blocks That Matter on Linux
Lazy, lazy developers!
The most “penguins” of you already know that Blocks That Matter is available on Windows, Mac and Linux through various websites, but for some reason (being really busy at work) we never screamed to the world the fact that the game is REALLY available on Linux and that it’s quite awesome. Well, the fact that the game has been released on Gameolith today could be a great way to make a little something for Linux users.
So, let’s do this, let’s celebrate: it’s contest time!
Linux users, you all know how to have pleasure playing with this, right?
Well, that’s the first Linux game Guillaume ever wrote: a Tic-Tac-Toe. A cutting edge ASCII art game! Well, it’s time to let us know your skill in making pictures with texts. No no, not literacy: ASCII ART.
Show us your best ASCII ART (Blocks That Matter related ideally, not too much (. Y .)) then send us the text file or screenshot by mail and maybe you’ll win one of the 10 Gameolith codes we secured for this contest.
But please, do it before Monday (it means Sunday is the last day to enter).
Ready to make some blocks in text ?
Hi, is this the ideal place where to post issues, bugs or problems about the Linux version of BTM?
If not, can you please direct me to the correct link?
Thanks in advance.
We filled a form about that some times ago but no feedback… but this week, a cool guy from Canonical contacted us to see if we were interested in the Ubuntu Software Center… and of course we interested!
So I don’t know when, but we will definitely bring the game to the Ubuntu store!
It’s nice to see you supporting Linux. I’ve already played the game on Xbox Live Indie games, the puzzles were very good.
It may be worth trying to get your game onto the Ubuntu Software Centre if it’s not already, it has quite a wide reach.
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