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Valtra Tractors

Description: Make the longest tractor path.
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Size: 987kb
Version: 1.0
Date: 11 Aug 17
Author: Martin & Markus Storsjö
Submitter: cavemann
Requirements: Icaros >= 2.0
Category: game/board
Replaces: game/board/
License: GPL
Distribute: yes
FileID: 1613
Comments: 0
Snapshots: 2
Videos: 0
Downloads: 83  (Current version)
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This update should fix a mouse control problem. If you
are having a problem with the mouse on this game, then
please try this update.

Valtra Tractors is a game for 1-4 players.

The aim of the game is to build the longest possible route for
your tractor. At the same time you try to prevent the others from
doing the same.

The tractor in turn to drive has to drive to the blinking box. In
order to choose the direction of the route, select one of the route
pieces at the right hand side of the screen. You can rotate the piece
by clicking the left or right arrow button.  After selection and, if
necessary, rotation of the route piece, click OK. Then the tractor
proceeds to that route piece.

When you place a route piece on the board, every route on the piece
must connect to the routes of adjacent pieces or face an empty box.
You cannot block the route of another tractor.

The players place route pieces in turns. The game is over when
nobody can drive any farther. The tractor that has passed the
greatest number of boxes has won.

Use Alt-enter to toggle window mode.

The game is programmed by Martin Storsjö <martin()> and
the graphics are made by Markus Storsjö.

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