Quinn 3.1.2 Reviewed
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Macworld's Game Room recently reviewed Quinn 3.1.2, a Tetris inspired block puzzle game from Simon Härtel. In addition to the expected falling block action, the game also allows for a great deal of user modification. Backgrounds and block textures can all be changed with an easy drag and drop method. Those wishing to test themselves against friends and enemies can make use of the multiplayer features over a LAN or TCP/IP connection. The Game Room gave Quinn 4 out of 5 mice.
From the review:
If there’s more than one Quinn player on your local network, you can join or host games via Bonjour, the zero-configuration networking technology built into OS X. Quinn also has a game finder and chat function. However, there’s no master server, so if you want to start a multiplayer a game beyond your local network, you’ll need to know the player’s TCP/IP address. When playing over a network, you can require a password before others can access your server. You can also set up how the winner of a multiplayer game is determined (for example, one with the highest score, the longest average play time, the highest average score, or the most lines per minute).Quinn 3.1.2 is freeware and can be downloaded from Macgamefiles.com. To read the rest of the review click the link below.
Macworld Game Room: Quinn 3.1.2 Review
Simon Härtel's Website
MGF: Quinn 3.1.2
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