WARNING: this post contains references to highly addictive, potentially absorbing, time-wasting, but very cool games. You’ve been warned!

Thanks for your interest in my patch to add sound and music to Crack Attack!

Long, long time ago… in a town far, far away…
(it feels like a long time ago to me, and 3,000 Km. is not precisely nearby)

Seven years ago, I made a few changes to Crack Attack! –a fast-paced puzzle game inspired by the classic Super NES title Tetris Attack!– to add sound effects and background music. Today, some people still land at this site looking for the code. I’m sorry, but those patch files are gone, see below for details.

Crack Attack! was created by Daniel Nelson, who maintained it until v1.1.8 or so. Later, the project was adopted by these folks who maintain Crack Attack! at Savannah, currently at v1.1.14. Their last update was already four years ago, when v1.1.15 Alpha was announced for testing. Looks like it’s no longer active.

If you want to know more about the current state of Crack Attack! I suggest you ping Andrew Sayman, Kevin Webb or Daniel Nelson. Good luck with that ūüėČ

So, what now?

I’ll just explain what there is available today, starting with how to use it.
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