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Wire Hang Redux
Wire Hang Redux
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Wire Hang Redux free download for Mac

Wire Hang Redux

Version 1.2

Remake of the simple but addicting arcade game.

Wire Hang Redux overview

Wire Hang Redux is a remake of the excellent Wire Hang game, in which you must climb up an never ending series of platforms using a grapling hook. If you fall it's 'game over' - a simple yet thoroughly addictive concept! The mouse is used to control your aim and to fire the hook. Wire Hang Redux was written using BlitzMax.

What’s new in version 1.2

Updated on Jan 08 2017

Version 1.2:
  • Improvements for Retina displays.

Information

License

Commercial

Size

410 KB

Downloads

3652

App requirements

  • Intel 64
  • Intel 32
  • Mac OS X 10.6.0 or later
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Specmode
Specmode
Jul 14 2007
050515
0.0
Jul 14 2007
0.0
Version: 050515
Just a small note: this isn't actually a Universal app (the last build was from before the Intel switch was even announced!); however, it runs perfectly well on Intel Macs regardless.
Guest
Guest
Dec 30 2004
131204
3.5
Dec 30 2004
3.5
Version: 131204
No password needed. Hosting error fixed
Guest
Guest
Dec 22 2004
131204
3.5
Dec 22 2004
3.5
Version: 131204
hello? a password is required to download.
Guest
Guest
Dec 20 2004
131204
3.5
Dec 20 2004
3.5
Version: 131204
Looks nice, but needs tweaking: 1. trackpad control is awful. Range should be -45º to +45º, not -90º to +90º, and mouse should control the range from the left to the right of the window, not as a target in 2 dimensions. And please hide the pointer when it's over the window! 2. window is too small to do the game justice. I hope there's more to it than a bunch of jumping. This would make an ideal iPod game.