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Fox Hunt

Fox Hunt is a logic game written in Java. It was inspired by the sports competition of the same name. In that competition, participants run in the forest equipped with small radio locators, seeking small hidden radio wave emitters called "foxes". In Fox Hunt you are one of such participants armed with advanced locator which can scan full horizontal, vertical, and both diagonal directions and report the number of foxes "visible" at all these directions.

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  •  19 Nov 2002 18:23

    Release Notes: This release features some minor design changes and two helper options (both options will cost the player a half of his/her score). "Autodecrement fox scanners" turns off every fox found, so on the opened locations a player will always see the number of active foxes only. "Automark empty locations" marks locations without foxes after every turn (according to currently opened locations).

    •  16 Nov 2002 20:27

      Release Notes: The size of the forest and the number of foxes may now be changed. This works in both standalone and applet modes.

      •  16 Oct 2002 13:42

        No changes have been submitted for this release.


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