A block-breaking game written for #weekendcodingchallenge
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README.md

Bröselstein

A block-breaking game written for #weekendcodingchallenge

The Challenge

I want to challenge myself! Can I (someone with very limited game development experience)

  • by the end of the weekend (2020-10-11 23:59:59)
  • create a block-breaking game
  • that runs on the Raspberry Pi and
  • that can be controlled with a gamepad
  • from scratch using only Rust, SDL, a bitmap font and FOSS tools?

I call it “Bröselstein”, which roughly translates to “crumbly stone” 😁

Original Mastodon thread: https://mastodon.social/@lhinderberger/105011861833609363

Current status

It’s playable (albeit unpolished)! https://mastodon.social/@lhinderberger/105017699743968680

Push Start Button / Spacebar to start game.

In development

License

Bröselstein is free software, licensed under the GNU General Public License Version 3