Skip to content
Word War vi is a retro-styled old school side scrolling shooter reminiscent of Defender or Scramble, with an "Emacs vs. vi" theme. See: http://smcameron.github.io/wordwarvi/
C HTML Roff Other
Branch: master
Clone or download
Fetching latest commit…
Cannot retrieve the latest commit at this time.
Permalink
Type Name Latest commit message Commit time
Failed to load latest commit information.
icons
sounds
.gitignore
AAA_HOW_TO_MAKE_NEW_LEVELS.txt
AUTHORS
COPYING
Makefile
README
bigrocket.png
changelog.txt
compat.h
joystick.c
joystick.h
levels.h
my_point.h
ogg_to_pcm.c
ogg_to_pcm.h
rumble.c
rumble.h
stamp.c
version.h
wordwarvi.6
wordwarvi.c
wordwarvi.cbp
wordwarvi_hacking.html
wwvi_font.c
wwvi_font.h
wwviaudio.c
wwviaudio.h

README

To build on linux, FreeBSD, or Mac OSX, just type "make"

  You'll need portaudio (v 19, not 18)
  (portaudio-devel rpm packages)
  and libvorbisfile (libvorbis-devel rpm package) to decode the
  included ogg files for sound to work.
  
  See: http://www.portaudio.com/
  
  To build without any sound support, type "make WITHAUDIO=no" 
  
To build on windows:

  1. Download install mingw
  2. Download codeblocks ide (nightly build recommended)
  3. Download/clone wordwarvi source
  4. Create win32 folder in wordwarvi source directory.
  5. Download precompiled gtk (all-in-one bundle) libs,
     copy include and bin folders into wordwarvi/win32
  6. Download precompiled vorbis/ogg libs, copy include
     content into wordwarvi/win32/include and the dlls into
     wordwarvi/win32/bin.
  7. Download precompiled portaudio lib, copy include content into
     wordwarvi/win32/include and the dlls into wordwarvi/win32/bin.
  8. Open wordwarvi.cbp in codeblocks and build.

If you want to hack on the code, read wordwarvi_hacking.html

You can’t perform that action at this time.