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gBooM

Just a G. U. I. for Prboom / Prboom-plus

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Description

gBooM is a symple gui, written in gambas, for the great prboom game. Prboom is a 3D Engine made to play Doom 1, 2, wads with a new nice graphic on modern PC. Prboom may be start using a terminal and need a lot of pipe to set all parameters before play!

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Features

  • Automatic Wads Detector and Launcher
  • English Language in tooltips
  • English Readme and instructions
  • GNU G.P. Lincense Screen Window
  • gBooM About Restyle
  • Wads Preview Window Activated
  • Gambas About
  • Italian Help Screen
  • English Help Screen
  • Atomatic Wads Downloader
  • Resized interface and restyled
  • Found wads auto activation
  • 24 - 8 - 2014 Final/DooM - Plutonia 2 Added to Download
  • 24 - 8 - 2014 English Voice inside
  • 24 - 8 - 2014 Icons in buttons for best visual impact
  • 24 - 8 - 2014 Readme / How To / Help Updated
  • 24 - 8 - 2014 Minor Bugs Solved
  • 03 - 9 - 2014 Git tree added
  • 03 - 9 - 2014 RPM version (opensuse) added
  • 03 - 9 - 2014 Sourceforge screenshot and video updated
  • 27 - 12 - 2014 - [NEW] Version 1.0-0 RELEASED
  • 27 - 12 -2014 - Ver. 1.0-0 [NEW] Active / Disable Female English Voice
  • 27 - 12 -2014 - Ver. 1.0-0 [NEW] Choose Wads Engine To Use
  • 27 - 12 -2014 - Ver. 1.0-0 [NEW] Choose to Close gBooM or All
  • 27 - 12 -2014 - Ver. 1.0-0 [NEW] Disable / Enable Download Button
  • 27 - 12 -2014 - Ver. 1.0-0 [NEW] Choose Others Wads You Want Play

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Additional Project Details

Languages

Italian, English

Intended Audience

End Users/Desktop, Other Audience

User Interface

Gnome, KDE

Programming Language

BASIC

Registered

2014-06-06
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