DronS from n00bey: So first, whats that game about ? Basically it's a Snake [ I think that game really everyone should know x) ] Game in 3D. Just no snake & Things the snake eats ;0 You are represented as a line and you have to avoid to drive into lines. The last player alive wins-
If you want to use configuration saving, patch the file with DLDI, create a "DronS.cfg" somewhere at your card [doesnt matter where, just name it correct, case sensitive !]. Then in the config menu there is Loading/Saving
Changelog: * Keyboard glitch, letter was added even if you didn't pressed on the keyboard * Removed compo screen * Removed some left unused float left-overs + "Failed to connect" message if joining failed
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