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HexaLines - Original Strategy Puzzle Game

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29 Nov 2012CPOL
New version of the popular game, with multitouch support

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10 - publicly available Yes 5-Aug-18 2:53 Available Deeksha Shenoy
Updates in content. Changes: 91
8 No 29-Nov-12 22:41 Pending Tomas Slavicek
New paragraph "Porting to desktop Windows", added link to download
7 No 17-Oct-12 8:39 Available Chris Maunder
Updates in content. 214 changes had been made.
6 No 17-Oct-12 8:33 Pending Tomas Slavicek
Added the disclaimer ;)
5 No 17-Oct-12 7:13 Pending Tomas Slavicek
(corrected again the smile emoticons... it was the last edit, I promise ;)
4 No 17-Oct-12 7:12 Pending Tomas Slavicek
...minor typo corrections, sorry for that :)
3 No 17-Oct-12 7:08 Pending Tomas Slavicek
Corrected smile emoticons
2 No 17-Oct-12 7:05 Pending Tomas Slavicek
Updates in content. 6 changes had been made.
1 No 17-Oct-12 6:57 Composing Tomas Slavicek
Initial creation


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Tomas Slavicek
Software Developer
Germany Germany
Independent C# developer, focusing on mobile platforms, interested in game development. Microsoft MVP in the XNA/DirectX category (2012) and Visual C# (2013). Author of a series of articles about XNA and Windows Phone 7 development. Organizes lectures and hands-on-labs for developers.

Creator of more than 8 games (HexaLines, Glow Arkanoid...), the app Handwrite Notes and the 3D game engine for Windows Phone. Focusing on performance solutions with fast rendering speeds. Now working with MonoGame Framework on several Windows 8, Android and iOS projects (apps and games).

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