ncurses Tetris clone with a bastard algorithm
Bastet ("bastard Tetris") is a free clone of Tetris which tries to
compute how useful blocks are and gives you the worst possible brick.
Playing bastet can be a painful experience, especially if you usually
make "canyons" and wait for the long I-shaped block.
"For people who enjoy swearing at their computer, Bastet (short for Bastard Tetris) is an attractive alternative to Microsoft Word."
Have you ever thought Tetris(R) was evil because it wouldn't send you that straight "I" brick you needed in order to clear four rows at the same time? Well Tetris(R) probably isn't evil, but Bastet certainly is. >:-) Bastet stands for "bastard tetris", and is a simp
Complete code rewrite. As I go on trying to grok C++, algorithms and data
structures, and as I started to understand more of Peter's code, I found
it useful to rewrite all this stuff from scratch.
This should solve some issues and probably introduce new ones. Therefore this
version needs a lot of playtesting and bug-hunting.
The algorithm has been split into two, one with the next block
bastet - Tetris(r) clone with "bastard" block-choosing AI
bastet (short for "bastard tetris") is a Tetris(r) clone
which tries to give you the worst possible block. Playing
bastet can be a painful experience, especially if you usually
bastet (0.43-2.1+b1) sid; urgency=low
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