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Bobby - Wage War on the Green Balls

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Nooskewl the makers of Monster RPG2 has just released Bobby for Linux. Bobby was already available for the Mac and windows platforms. Bobby is available to purchase for $0.99 direct from their website link below or you can wait for the Ubuntu Software Centre, as it has also according to one of Nooskewl's tweets recently been submitted to the USC.
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QuoteBobby is the name of a bullet and that is where the name of this game comes from. Originally written for a size-limited game programming competition in 2000, Bobby has been resurrected and enhanced for your enjoyment. The game is simple: knock all of the green balls into the spirals, and then proceed to the next dimension. A lot of bouncing around and swearing "Just one more try" later, and you could save the world!

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trentgg Sep 11, 2011
Just so people know, USC's minimum price is still 2.99 USD, so that's what this game will cost there when (if?) they accept it.
Liam Dawe Sep 11, 2011
Good question will be interesting to see.

Good to see another game have a demo or "lite version".
trentgg Sep 11, 2011
The cool thing about the Lite version running on a PC is, it will run any 20 levels, so if you knew how to create them (which is quite easy), you could mod the game and never need to buy the full version. Like I said there is still a 20 level limit and you'd need to figure out which characters give which objects in the plain text level files, but it could be fun.
Marcus Sep 12, 2011
Quoting: "trentgg, post: 2312"The cool thing about the Lite version running on a PC is, it will run any 20 levels, so if you knew how to create them (which is quite easy), you could mod the game and never need to buy the full version. Like I said there is still a 20 level limit and you'd need to figure out which characters give which objects in the plain text level files, but it could be fun.

You think it's fun to cheat an indie company providing Linux support?
No thanks.
Liam Dawe Sep 12, 2011
Yeah i would rather buy a copy than do that honestly.
trentgg Sep 12, 2011
You wouldn't be cheating me. I made the game :). But if you're not interested in modding, yeah, buying the full version is better. There will be an update in the next week approximately with 10 new levels also.
Liam Dawe Sep 12, 2011
Hah well that clears it up a bit, if you are supporting that on your own game that's pretty awesome.
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