Konstantin Anoshkin

Lines

Lines

Lines is an addictive one-player board game. The goal is to arrange five or more balls of one color in a continuous line so that they disappear. Each time you move a ball, three more balls of random colors fall onto the board, provided you don’t manage to build at least a 5-ball row. Your score depends on how many balls disappear by the end of the game.

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Binary type

Universal binary

License

Freeware

System requirements

  • Mac OS X 10.5 or later;
  • color monitor;
  • 8 MB of free RAM;
  • at least 1.5 MB of free hard disk space.

Version history

1.3.6 (build 1.3.6)

  • Fixed compatibility with Mac OS X 10.6 aka Snow Leopard.

1.3.4 (build 1.22)

  • Universal binary;
  • Fixed a couple of bugs which occasionally prevented Lines from starting up.

1.3.3 (build 1.20)

  • added a special preference to turn off idle sounds.

1.2 (build 1.12)

  • fixed images getting blurred thanks to dramatic changes in Jaguar;
  • fixed image distortion in the Preferences Panel caused by animation;
  • version checking settings are now saved properly;
  • help is now based on Apple Help technologies.

1.1b (build 1.9)

  • added images to the toolbar buttons;
  • Lines no longer complains to syslog about missing images;
  • improved the quality of all images.

1.1b (build 1.8)

  • you can now save your game;
  • undo functionality added;
  • hi-scores window is updated instantly with new results;
  • hi-scores window is now resized properly;
  • images sharpened;
  • other minor bugs fixed.

1.0.1b (build 1.0.1.2)

  • strange out-of-the-board clicks, causing unpredictable freezes or misbehavior;
  • incorrect file permissions for factory settings which prevent non-administrators from launching Lines.

1.0.1b (build 1.0.1.1)

  • a small memory leak fixed;
  • random crashes after color customizing;
  • reverting to an incorrect default colors set;
  • crashes after switching sounds off;
  • accumulated scoring in case of new balls making lines;
  • ignoring game-over situations under rare circumstances;
  • better memory handling and reduced RAM usage;
  • minor optimization.

1.0 (build 1.0)

  • initial release.