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What is FreeShoppa?

The aim of this project is to create "Worms Armageddon / World Party" clone It's been engineered for people who have a large roping skils with FreeShoppa you can play Shoppa, FlyShoppa, WxW, Proper oraz RopeRace (All of those modes are known from WormNet).

The game is an Open Source project, so it's free and I willingly encourage everyone to help me creating it. I hope you'll try it and send me some information about your opinions about the game.

Who is author of FreeShoppa?

Everybody can become FreeShoppa author. The game is being developed by FreeShoppa Development Team and chomzee is the project leader. If you want to join us, contact chomzee (chomzee at sign ethernet dot pl).

Where can I donwload FreeShoppa?

From the Download Section.

How can I install FreeShoppa under Microsoft Windows operating system?

You don't have to install anything. Just unpack and run freeshoppa.exe.

How can I install FreeShoppa under GNU/Linux operating system?

If you're using Debian-Based operating system (e.g. Debian, Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu) use .deb package from the Download Section. Otherwise, compile FreeShoppa yourself.

How can I compile FreeShoppa under GNU/Linux operating system?

You need following things:

  • gcc, make, libc
  • libSDL
  • libSDL_net
  • libSDL_mixer
  • OpenSSL

If you're sure you have everything, just unpack the freeshoppa package, go into src directory and run make. Type make install to install the game in /usr/local directory. If you want to change optimization level or installation prefix, just edit the Makefile.

If you use ubuntu, just run the following commands in your terminal:

sudo apt-get install build-essential
sudo apt-get install libsdl1.2-dev
sudo apt-get install libsdl-net1.2-dev
sudo apt-get install libsdl-mixer1.2-dev
sudo apt-get install libssl-dev
tar xzf freeshoppa-0.16.tar.gz
cd freeshoppa-0.16/src
sudo make install

And use "freeshoppa" command to run the game. If something's wrong, send me your console output to chomzee at sign ethernet dot pl and I'll try to help.