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Just updated to mint13KDE and as with all previous updates since mint 10 huawei e160 dongle won't work. This is across the board on all distros I've tried in last couple of years. Tried allsorts of fixes but have now found sakis3g script, this works as long as I boot without dongle plugged in.
There is now a package in Gentoo Portage for Retrobattle. Just "emerge retrobattle". (You may have to unmask it first.)
Retrobattle is a retro-style arcade game by Daniel Remar and Andreas Remar. It's like of one of the early NES games where you move a character around a maze on a screen, shooting stuff (robots, gigantic snakes...) and collecting items (coins, super weapons...). Authentic look and feel, although somehow "smoother" than the old games I remember....