It's me updating again. This time I'm uploading a similar concept of game, again using QT libraries. I know I wasn't original with the name, but here it comes: Falling Blocks!
The game now is easier in some way: you just have to match falling blocks of the same color and when done, those two blocks disappear and the score adds up! The falling block can easily be moved using the left/right direction keys. If debug option is selected, there are some hidden features (the power of "Stopping the time", amongst others) that can be enabled with the keyboard.
As the other game I uploaded in the previous post, there are some flags that can modify the behavior of the game (just run the -h flag to find out about them).
HINT: if you select the -u flag, when your score is a multiple of 10 it will increase the falling block rate ;-)
Here is a link to the repo: https://github.com/eiger824/FallingBlocks
And here comes some screenshots:
|The first screen prompts a password that must be written to get access to the game. Again, take a look at the -h flag to find out how to bypass it :P If you are too lazy to do that, it is "FallingBlocks2016".|
|Once logged in, blocks of random colors start falling. When you align the falling and the "fixed" one they look like this, and when you merge them, well you can see the next image.|