Sqrxz 3 v1.00 is here!

Sqrxz 3 (Download) by Retroguru is here and comes in 17 flavors! Amiga OS4, AROS, Caanoo, Dingoo A320 (OpenDingux), Dreamcast, GP2x, Mac OS X, Motomagx, MorphOS, NetBSD (Intel), Pandora, Playstation Portable (unsigned), Symbian OS Series 60, Symbian OS UIQ3, Ubuntu, Windows and Wiz. Beside the Dreamcast version all other ports are initial releases to the public.

Sqrxz and his girlfriend were on a romantic adventure journey in a jungle somewhere here on our planet. All of a sudden Yve gets kidnapped by an evil power and Sqrxz is forced to collect dozens of shiny little rings to free her. The old ruins he has to explore are anything else than safe. Traps are spread all over the place… and… Sqrxz is not alone!

Changes:

changes for all systems:
- added different death animations
- rewritten frameskip code
- fixed block pushing behavior
- added slight delay for block pushing to avoid unintentional actions
- font modifications for increased readability
- increased oxygen reservoir
- cosmetic enhancements
- modified scrolltext
- normalized sfx
- fixed configuration saving
- added settings to define screensize and antialias (OS depending)
changes for Dreamcast:
- fixed highscore bug

Please show your support and appreciation by letting your favorite gaming magazine or gaming blog know about this release. Feedback is of course welcome anytime! If you like this game, consider a donation and support the further development and new projects.

Thanks to the core team and all the porters who made this possible!

  1. Pretty good :D
    Can you give me the permission to capture this game? I want to make a lets play on youtube of this game…?!

    TIA :D

  2. Sure go ahead and make sure to give us the link :)

  3. Oh. Nobody does port to palmos or tapwave zodiac. :cry:

  4. No one I know has a Zodiac or still uses PalmOS :) It’s sort of impossible to find a coder still playing with those.

  5. Sqrxz 3 v.1.00 para AmigaOS4 MorphOS y AROS « - pingback on March 23, 2012 at 02:44
  6. The executable triggers AVG antivirus’s Identity Protection module. Apparently, this means the program attempted to do something suspicious such as log keystrokes, install another program or a strange driver, copy files to the system directory, or do other peculiar things that AVG deems it should not be doing. I am making no accusation, and assume your program is safe, but I thought I would leave a note here.

  7. Thanks for the Mac version!

  8. @Dave:

    This is because the executable is UPX packed. AVG is very well known for false positives, which is why I recommend Microsoft Security Essentials, or perhaps Avast.

    @Steffen: Thanks for enjoying it!

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