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OMG WTF 8/13/09

Description:OMG WTF is my falling blocks game. It is similar to Tetris but contains several variations. It uses EFS and FAT so it may not work on all emulators or flash carts.I plan on making this part of a larger project involving many more game mods, including some genre crossovers, like a Tetris-like platformer where you play a little guy inside a computer-controlled falling blocks game and you're trying to jump from block to block to reach the top without getting squished.Controls:Left, Right, or Down: Moves the blockStart: While playing the game, this pauses the game and lets you quit the game at any time.Features:Traditional Game Mode: This is the tradition Tetris-like game mode. It's simple. Just try to survive as long as possible by clearing lines on the screen.Clear Limit Mode: In this game mode you try to clear a certain amount of lines in as little time as possible.Time Limit Mode: In this game mode you try to clear as many lines as you can in a certain amount of time.Garbage Mode:In this game mode the play area is populated with 'garbage' pieces, red blocks that must be eliminated in order to make it to the next level.Music: There are around 20 jazz hits from the 1920s, my favorite music genre and era.High Score: The high score is saved between games, giving you a goal to continue playing.

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  • M4x1mumReZ @ M4x1mumReZ:
    I suppose you have to resort in buying the components for yourself, after all they cost little.
  • M4x1mumReZ @ M4x1mumReZ:
    Why not they do the same with the BIOS replacement kits?
  • K3N1 @ K3N1:
    I'd rather wait for a kit to become a available
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  • M4x1mumReZ @ M4x1mumReZ:
    I'm happily more confident to do it myself without a kit.
    +1
  • K3N1 @ K3N1:
    And If you get a part that might be defective you'd need to wait longer and spend more
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  • M4x1mumReZ @ M4x1mumReZ:
    Unless there are additions that need to be done.
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  • M4x1mumReZ @ M4x1mumReZ:
    @K3N1,
    You're right.
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  • K3N1 @ K3N1:
    Why it's better to buy directly from reputable sources
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  • M4x1mumReZ @ M4x1mumReZ:
    Yes, and not from some shitty Chinese store.
    +1
  • M4x1mumReZ @ M4x1mumReZ:
    They are many repetable component stores to name such as RS Components.
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    But then there's added tax to the mix.
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    Makes them more expensive. :(
  • K3N1 @ K3N1:
    Rumors going around about USB4
  • M4x1mumReZ @ M4x1mumReZ:
    It has been discussed for quite a long time now.
    +1
  • K3N1 @ K3N1:
    It's about time for the upgrade
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  • M4x1mumReZ @ M4x1mumReZ:
    I'm fine with everything USB wise.
    +1
  • Shape @ Shape:
    USB is fine, but shouldn't it be replaced with bulky, hard to use cables and all sorts of proprietary male-female connector port shapes?
    +1
  • Shape @ Shape:
    It's so frustrating to have one simple cable that you can plug in upside down for everything!!!
    +1
  • K3N1 @ K3N1:
    USB4 can do up to 40gbps I'd welcome it
    +1
  • K3N1 @ K3N1:
    From a Linus video it's essentially just a type c with an advanced chip
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  • Shape @ Shape:
    40Gbps is just going to result in even more more lazy developers writing sub-optimal, lazy code.
    +2
  • K3N1 @ K3N1:
    How? That transfer speed is insane
  • K3N1 @ K3N1:
    That's like saying fast transfers is going to be the downfall of gaming
  • K3N1 @ K3N1:
    Then when devs that actually do take their time makes people cry over them taking their time and having to wait even longer
    K3N1 @ K3N1: Then when devs that actually do take their time makes people cry over them taking their time and...