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Depot Games: Mount Python

Current Version: Unfinished

Project Status: Abandoned

Links: Web Site

Category: Arcade

Developers: Bruce Perry

Ports: DOS, Windows

Source Code: Not Available

Author's Description: A clone of Snake Rattle 'n' Roll. This game is currently nothing more than an engine test. You can't die, and you can't win. Just run around and enjoy the scenery!

There is a two-player mode. You can select it by editing mtpython.ini. Try it even if you don't have someone else there with you; there's a nice feature implemented for the two-player mode, and it'll make you jump when it kicks in ;)

The download contains DOS and Windows executables. There is no source code. You wouldn't want it anyway.

This game is unfinished and has a lot of rough edges. PLEASE read readme.txt first!


Name Comments Size Date
alleg40.dll The Allegro DLL 466,439 11/23/2005 9:20 PM Download including DOS and Windows executables 237,941 11/23/2005 9:20 PM
Public Opinion
Overall Rating: 6.7
  • 8Nice too see original graphics that are still faithful to the original. I'm already addicted to it and its just a tech demo :).
  • 6Fun game. A lot like the original NES game :) I like how the level was pretty much gigantic. You could keep going up and up and up. Big levels = Big Fun.
  • 6Its ok, the controls are a little werid though. No sound.
The Developer
Bruce Perry
Bruce PerryA game developer at heart, I have been writing games with Allegro since 1999, and I have unfinished projects aplenty to show for it. I care very much about the quality of my games and what people think of them, so please do leave opinions on this site or send comments to me. I graduated from Cambridge University UK in Computer Science in June 2004. I did Geology in my first year there, which was fun. I took French A-level at school, and as of summer 2003 I am learning Japanese by self-study (while trying not to forget my French). I used to study art, and I still try my hand at it from time to time. I play the piano and compose music. As of August 2004 I am working as a Mini-Games Developer for a very nice company in Cambridge. (View Profile)