Quabro 0.6.1 adds new sound pack and 5 new levels to play. See the README file included in the package for more details.
Quabro 0.6 has been released. See README.txt included with the game for details about the changes.
Version 0.5.1 includes modified difficulty levels and bug fixes.
This release introduces bonus items and a new simplified levelset system. See README in the downloadable package for more information.
The patch fixes bug which caused the ball to resurrect at unexpected locations.
Quabro 0.4 has been released! See included README for more information.
A new version of Quabro has been released. This version adds difficulty levels, a new levelset, new levels, music and bug fixes. Enjoy!
Quabro 0.2 has been released! This new version has upgraded graphics and basic sounds added. Enjoy!
The first alpha release (0.1) of Quabro is available for downloading. This update includes only minor changes in the game itself, but there are now platform specific packages available for windows (compiled using cx freeze with Python 2.7) and Linux systems (not compiled, I have just renamed and made the launch script executable), as well as a platform independent 'source' package.
This update includes bug fixes, a basic score system and a new level to play. Enjoy!
This new version adds a level system using an SQLite database, with two new levels and modified first level. Four new block types have also been created. Block types are irrelevant at the moment, but will play a significant role once the score system is added to the game.
The second pre-alpha of Quabro has been released. New features include a main menu and solid (grey) blocks. The code has been refactored and some major bugs have been fixed.
The name of Space Ball project has been changed to Quabro.
The release cycle of Space Ball has been launched with pre-alpha 1. This release is a very early snapshot of the main principles of the game and is intended for developers and testers only. The graphics and features of the game at this point are on a very basic level and not nearly on the level of the final product.
The game currently consists of one simple level with some bricks to destroy. The player has three balls and if he/she loses them all, it's game over.