WabbelLab - WabbelLab is a game were one has to move a ball through a maze. There are holes distributed over the maze and the main challenge is to avoid these holes. It's a software implementation of a game that is also available in wood with a metallic ball.
The nice thing about this game is that the camera can be used to control the ball. If one activates 'Tracking', the tilt of the phone is determined with the help of the camera and the ball is moved accordingly. That is, you don't need any keys to operate this game - you just need to move the phone.
To play the game you need to start the application and point the camera to a scene that provides a good contrast. Actually most scences work but some are better than others. E.g. a dark floor with a white sheet of paper in the middle provides a scene that is easy to track. Then invoke 'Start Tracking' or press key '2'. If you now tilt the phone the ball will move.
It's also possible to play the game with the cursor keys. When you stop the game you can access the settings screen over the menu.
There's only one level available. The application is more a demonstration of motion tracking than a real game.
It has been tested only with the Nokia 3650 and I have been told that it works on the 7650 also. Version 1.5 works also on the Nokia 6680 and probably other phones, but the rendering is not really smooth there.
The program is distributed under the GNU General Public License.
What's New in This Release:
· Tracking now works also with Nokia 6680 and likely also other phones. New setting under 'Tracking' to set the camera active object priority. (The screen refresh rate is rather low on newer phones.) The version has not benefits for users of the Nokia 3650.