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Lobster
PostPosted: Sat 14 Feb 2009, 17:16    Post subject:

http://worldofgoo.com/dl2.php?lk=demo
World of Goo demo for Linux (tar.gz)

very playable and kid and Lobster friendly - free demo levels
If you just download it will create a directory in tmp (or you can select where you want it) and play Wink
_MegadetH_
PostPosted: Wed 04 Feb 2009, 17:23    Post subject:

thank you all for flash site links. Smile

I found a classic game I really loved to play when I was a kid. It's "Frogger" http://www.thepcmanwebsite.com/media/frogger/frogger.shtml

Little sized games like Pacman runs smooth on my system other games like mario and sonic run very slow. I can't understand why some flash apps run very slow on my system. Confused
sullysat
PostPosted: Tue 03 Feb 2009, 12:13    Post subject:

that's weird. okay.. I'll take a look at it today.. I probably did it wrong.. first archiving anything with puppy. I'll post here when I get it sorted out.

EDIT: Okay, there was a / in the file path that didn't belong there. NOW you should be able to just click the link and save. I tested it on windows and puppy and everything works. Please let me know when you get it downloaded properly so I know all this is working.

And I made sure the wallpapers are appropriate for all audiences. Again, sorry about that... in too big of a hurry I guess.

Talk to you soon,
Sully
edoc
PostPosted: Tue 03 Feb 2009, 11:59    Post subject:

BTW: Just got to actually opening the archive really late last night and it was empty. Sad
edoc
PostPosted: Mon 02 Feb 2009, 22:13    Post subject:

It happens ...
sullysat
PostPosted: Mon 02 Feb 2009, 20:46    Post subject:

oops. I didn't even think about that, just copied the whole directory over.

Thanks for the heads up. I'll take the problem ones off.
edoc
PostPosted: Mon 02 Feb 2009, 20:44    Post subject:

Thanks!

I wish you had warned not to scroll down - my 12yr old daughter was looking over my shoulder ... Sad
sullysat
PostPosted: Mon 02 Feb 2009, 20:19    Post subject:

Hey edoc,

I put four of the flash games that work on this machine I've been playing with up on my website. You can get them at

http://www.wisdom-seekers.com/puppy/puppystuff.html

Just right click and Save Link As should do it.

The archive file has:

Super Mario World
Fancy Pants (that's the Sonic type game)
Indestructible Tank
Pacman

I just put them in the /root/my-applications/ directory and then click on them from there. Seamonkey opens and starts the game in the browser.

Enjoy,
Sully
edoc
PostPosted: Mon 02 Feb 2009, 19:32    Post subject:

Is the tank game a .PET or otherwise simple to install for Puppy?

What about Sonic Fancy Pants?
sullysat
PostPosted: Mon 02 Feb 2009, 18:26    Post subject:

edoc wrote:

What would you say are the minimum requirements to run these games, please?

I am thinking of taking the time to port them to an older laptop to get him off my wife's desktop.


I'm running a Dell CPx 500MHz PIII w/ 128MB RAM

Sonic is too slow to play
Mario is too slow to play, although there's another version that isn't full screen that plays better.

I've played a tank game that works good and there's a sonic type game called Fancy Pants that works pretty good.

I'm thinking that you'd need about twice the RAM I have on this machine to run most of these efficiently. However, I was running them in Seamonkey which is still my default browser. I haven't tried them in Firepup which I use most of the time.

Sully
edoc
PostPosted: Mon 02 Feb 2009, 16:05    Post subject:

ttuuxxx wrote:
Also here's sonic which is really good, 'save as'
http://www.beearcade.com/files/file/on-473.swf
ttuuxxx


What would you say are the minimum requirements to run these games, please?

I am thinking of taking the time to port them to an older laptop to get him off my wife's desktop.
edoc
PostPosted: Sun 01 Feb 2009, 21:55    Post subject:

Worked perfectly.

Printed that one and have it saved for the future - thanks!
ttuuxxx
PostPosted: Sun 01 Feb 2009, 21:52    Post subject:

or you can drag the xpi file to an open seamonkey screen , which will start the install script Smile
ttuuuxxx
trapster
PostPosted: Sun 01 Feb 2009, 21:47    Post subject:

Here
edoc
PostPosted: Sun 01 Feb 2009, 21:42    Post subject:

ttuuxxx wrote:
if your using seamonkey you need to install it, here's a link
http://downloads.mozdev.org/flashblock/flashblock-1.3.10.xpi
just install it and restart your browser, then you will surf faster on sites with flash and will be able to download any flash movies, games etc
ttuuxxx


I saved the .xpi file but when I click on it I am being asked if I want to add to an existing archive or create a new one (or something like that).

How should I handle this, please?
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