Provided by: hrd_0.1-3_i386
hrd - the puzzle game: HuaRongDao
Run the RuaRongDao game with the "pattern" if one is given at the
command line, otherwise run the game with the default pattern. See the
PATTERN section below for more information.
HuaRongDao is an ancient Chinese game. The rules are very easy to
understand, but the game is not so easy to solve.
The aim of the game is to move pieces in order to free the largest one
from the bottom side of the board, with as few steps as possible. You
may not make one piece jump over another, nor can any two pieces
overlap. Continuously moving one piece is counted as a single step.
The following commands are supported by this program.
0-9 Mark the desired piece selected. The peice is then moved by one
or two direction letter: l for LEFT, r for RIGHT, u for UP, or d
for DOWN. Normally the arrow keys can also be used as the
q Quit the game.
u Undo one step.
r Redo one step.
b Save a bookmark. A single letter is prompted as the bookmark
slot, valid bookmarks are a-z, A-Z, or 0-9.
l Load from a bookmark. A bookmark slot is prompted.
Ctrl-C can be used to cancel the current command. ENTER can be used to
reset the prompt and echo area.
Ctrl-L can be used to redraw the screen.
A pattern can be encoded as a string. Each grid of the board is
encoded as a letter. Each row is followed by a dot.
Q To indicate a big square.
L R To indicate the left and the right of a horizontal rectangle
T B To indicate the top and the bottom of a vertical rectangle
P To indicate a small square.
_ To indicate an empty grid.
The dafault pattern can be encoded as TQQT.BQQB.TLRT.BPPB.P__P.
The bookmark file.
Usage of Ctrl-Z to suspend of this program is not supported (yet).
This program was written by Qingning Huo <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
The development website of this program is http://hrd.sf.net/. Many
thanks to SourceForge.net.