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Gem Drop X is an interesting one-player puzzle game for X11

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The game is played with YOU at the bottom of the screen. At the top is a random assortment of colored shapes ("gems"). As time goes on, more gems appear at the very top of the screen, pushing the rest downwards. The game is over when the gems reach the bottom.

It's your job to keep the screen from filling up. You do this by "grabbing" gems from the top of the screen, carrying them around, if need be, and "throwing" them back up.

If, when you throw some gems back up, you create a "match" of 3 or more gems in a vertical column, they disappear (with a cool little explosion). At this point, if there are any "matches" of the same gem to the left or right of this column, they disappear too! And so on. This is great for cool chain-reactions! You also get more points for the more gems that disappear in a match. (Matching four gives as many points as matching three twice, for example.)

Homepage:
Package version:0.9-6
Architecture:mips
Distribution:Debian
Filename:gemdropx_0.9-6_mips.deb

/usr/share/doc/gemdropx/README.Debian

gemdropx for Debian
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If you are using sawmill as you window manager, there may be a problem 
activating the gemdropx window, Jim Jensen wrote:
 Still doesn't work - sounds like a bug in SDL.  I would close the bug,
 and put a note in both Gemdropx and libSDL saying that the window
 manager must give the SDL-derived window focus even if it doesn't
 request it, in sawmill it is i
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/usr/share/doc/gemdropx/README.txt.gz

Gem Drop X README
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Gem Drop X
version 0.9

by Bill Kendrick
(c) New Breed Software
bill@newbreedsoftware.com
http://www.newbreedsoftware.com/gemdropx/

August 1997 - May 18, 2002


WHAT IS GEM DROP X?
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  COMPARED TO OTHER GAMES
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    "Gem Drop X" is an interesting one-player puzzle game using the
    Simple DirectMedia Layer (SDL) librari
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/usr/share/games/gemdropx/images/README

Gem Drop X - GFX directory - README
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  Most graphics in this directory were rendered by Bernhard Trummer, 1999.
  Others are by Bill Kendrick, 1997-1999.
  Some are based on images or animations found freely on the web.

/usr/share/games/gemdropx/sounds/README

Gem Drop X - SOUNDS directory - README
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  Some sounds taken fr
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/usr/share/man/man6/gemdropx.6.gz

GEMDROPX(6)                                              GEMDROPX(6)



NAME
       gemdropx - an in
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/usr/share/doc/gemdropx/changelog.Debian.gz

gemdropx (0.9-6) unstable; urgency=low

  * repackage from scratch with dh
  * switch to debhelper 8
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/usr/share/doc/gemdropx/changelog.gz

Gem Drop X CHANGES
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Changes since v.0.8:
  * Doesn't abort if it can't play sound
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/usr/share/doc/gemdropx/AUTHORS.txt

Gem Drop X AUTHORS
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* "Gem Drop" and "Gem Drop X" are copyright by Bill Kendrick,
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