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Ballerburg SDL

published by author in 2011, running on Linux
type: turn-based, strategy
genre: Artillery game
perspective: side view
player options: single player, hotseat
other: Freeware
languages: ger

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Official description
Ballerburg SDL is a classical castle combat game for GNU/Linux and other systems that are supported by the SDL library. Two castles, separated by a mountain, try to defeat each other with their cannonballs, either by killing the opponent's king or by weakening the opponent enough so that the king capitulates.

Ballerburg was originally written 1987 by Eckhard Kruse, for the Atari ST machines (which were brand new computers at that point in time). Now, 25 years later, here's finally the adaption of the original source code to modern operating systems (thanks to Eckhard Kruse for releasing the source!).
# 2012-04-28 21:14:31 - official description - source
Technical specs
additional hardware: x86-64 CPU,
display: Monotone
Authors / Staff

author

Eckhard Kruse (original version)

coding

Thomas Huth (sdl port)
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