ANN: Lexaloffle Games Releases Mac OS X and J2ME Ports

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  1. lexaloffle

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  2. Mark Sheeky

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    Just thought I'd mention to those how haven't tried it; Zen Puzzle Garden is a very nice game with a simple concept.

    Mark
     
  3. Sillysoft

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    I just tried out Niko puzzle and I liked it. Simple and fun.

    I had a small issue in that I have the F5 key bound to play/pause my MP3 program, so I couldn't get back into fullscreen mode.

    Also, I think that it is recommended to always announce products by themselves (even ports). That way hopefully they both get some publicity, instead of maybe one getting lost to the other.
     
  4. Dan MacDonald

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    Zen Puzzle Garden was one of my favorite releases of last year. Great work lexaloffle!
     
  5. lexaloffle

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    I have another Japanese themed game in the works that I know you'll like too :) (see Kitsune character on homepage).

    Sillysoft - you can also use alt+enter but I didn't think about people binding their F keys. Hopefully F1 is sacred enough that noone will bind it (that's my help screen for Zen).

    You're right about having separate announcements, but I hate clutter.
     

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