Projects / Monsterz


Monsterz is a puzzle game where you need to create alignments of three or more identical shapes by swapping adjacent tiles. It is similar to the famous Bejeweled or Zookeeper games.

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Recent releases

  •  12 May 2006 18:29

    Release Notes: All sound effects with unclear licensing terms have been replaced with free equivalents.

    •  25 Oct 2005 21:12

      Release Notes: This release fixes compatibility issues with newer versions of Pygame and NumPy.

      •  05 Apr 2005 15:56

        Release Notes: This release includes a new "puzzle" game mode and adds the "lucky monster" feature from Zookeeper. A splash screen now lets the player breathe between levels, and many bugs were fixed under Windows. For instance, settings and scores are properly saved, and fullscreen toggling works.

        •  30 Mar 2005 21:11

          Release Notes: This release includes a new training mode and a difficulty selector. The runtime settings (music, fullscreen, and difficulty) are now saved across instances. Minor graphical enhancements were also made.

          •  24 Mar 2005 03:34

            Release Notes: All levels are now slightly easier, so that a good player can reach level 10. A new "eye" button helps the player by indicating a possible move. The help menu now explains chain reactions and angry monsters. Some of the monsters' graphics were improved.

            Recent comments

            15 Feb 2009 08:07 skipper13

            Blit crash patch


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