Haaf's Game Engine(HGE for short) is a Open Source 2D Game Engine and is published under the The zlib/libpng license and is free to use even in commercial applications, however it makes use of the BASS audio library for sound, which is free for non-commercial use, but for commercial use you will need to purchase BASS or use a different audio library(BASS can be simply disabled).
It is a collection of over 20 minigames. Complete the games in any order of your choosing, then save up enough money so you can get through the boss levels.
When you successfully complete a game, you earn a fixed amount of money based on the difficulty level. In addition, you may receive bonus money and skill points based on your performance (like having a lot of health or extra time left). Money can be used to purchase assistance for the boss tasks and skill points are used for upgrading your machine.
*more than 20 minigames available
*multiple difficulty levels per mini-game
*automatic saving to the save slot of your choice
*upgrade your machine with stat points you earn
*a wide variety of minigames, from quick reflex games to more complex tasks
*complete the boss levels to unlock even more games
Here is just a sampling of the minigames available. The tasks may require you to...
*get rid of pests
*rescue falling objects
*avoid deadly lava
*pack items while watching out for crazed forklifts
*press buttons in time to the music (similar to DDR-type games)
*variations on games such as musical chairs, dodgeball, hot potato, and jacks
Author: Z2 Games
5 Dec, 2006