Slime Volley 2.4.2

18 Jul 2010, 15:42

  • AI difficulty levels (4 available levels)
  • Bug fixes
  • New sound effects

Debian/Ubuntu, Mac OS 9, Haiku and Gentoo versions are not currently up to date.
Download:
* Mac OS X (Universal) (3.73 MiB, 695 Downloads)
* Mac OS 9 (2 MiB, 388 Downloads)
* BeOS/Haiku (2.43 MiB, 613 Downloads)
* Linux i386 (1.97 MiB, 643 Downloads)
* Linux x64 (1.97 MiB, 524 Downloads)
* Debian/Ubuntu i386 (1.71 MiB, 831 Downloads)
* Gentoo (974 Bytes, 627 Downloads)
* Windows (2.72 MiB, 1732 Downloads)
* Source code (2.29 MiB, 660 Downloads)

Slime Volley Portable 2.4.2

24 Jul 2010, 11:28

Slime Volley Portable is a special Slime Volley version requiring no install to work.
Please note that this version is only available in English, et ne propose que le thème par défaut.
Download:
* Linux i386 (1.09 MiB, 495 Downloads)
* Windows (796.83 KiB, 988 Downloads)

Thème Arash

09 Dec 2008, 22:59

Download:
Binary (1.9 MiB, 967 Downloads)

Thème Mushrooms

09 Dec 2008, 23:02

Download:
Binary (453.97 KiB, 833 Downloads)

DEB format based distributions (Debian, Ubuntu et derivates)

Source and binary Debian packages (for i386 and PowerPC) are available.
They are signed, so the package manager can trust their origin.
You have first to add the public GnuPC key to the package manager keyring, with the command :
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wget -q -O- http://download.tuxfamily.org/slime/debian/62C66B1C.gpg | sudo apt-key add -

Add then these lines to your file /etc/apt/sources.list :
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deb http://download.tuxfamily.org/slime/debian stable main
deb-src http://download.tuxfamily.org/slime/debian stable main
You can use for this your favorite text editor (run as root) or the Synaptic package manager (Open it (System/Admininistration), then go to Configuration>Repositories).
After reloading the package list, you will be able to install Slime Volley by installing the package "slimevolley". Dependences will be automatically installed.

SVN repository

You can get the sources of the developmental version of Slime Volley by using Subversion.
Please remember that it is work in progress sources, so some functions may not be present, may be not working, or the code itself could not successfully compile ;)

After you have downloaded and installed Subversion enter the command :
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svn co svn://svn.tuxfamily.org/svnroot/slime/volley/branches/sv2dev slimevolley
A "slimevolley" folder, containing all the sources, will be created into the current folder.
if you want later update the sources to the last available version, go into the sources directory and type in :
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svn update
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