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Bug#173383: ITP: pyddr -- Dance Dance Revolution simulator

Package: wnpp
Severity: wishlist

* Package name    : pyddr
  Version         : 0.5.7 (likely 0.5.8 by the time I'm done)
  Upstream Author : Brendan Becker <tgz@orotech.net>
* URL             : http://www.clickass.org/~tgz/pyddr/
* License         : MIT-style
  Description     : Dance Dance Revolution simulator

 PyDDR is a simulator of the popular arcade game "Dance Dance Revolution",
 in which you must step on particular arrows on the floor in time with
 music playing in the background. Most of the features of the proprietary
 versions are supported, including multiple difficulty levels, background
 images and movies, lyrics, and freeze arrows. PyDDR also supports
 making your own step patterns for music using the "step" file format,
 and some home DDR mats using Playstation to PC joystick adapters. If you
 lack a mat, you can also try playing on the keyboard.
 This package includes one song written by the author, called '6th,
 January', and a step file to go with it.

For initial versions of this package, there will be a kernel module
included as source, for most parallel mats (the package is going to be
interesting enough to tackle initially, and I don't want to try and do
too much at once). Later I'll package a ddrmat-module-source for it.

If any DDR players (I know there's some out there) want to give me a
suggestion for a better description of the game, I'd appreciate it.
Joe Wreschnig <piman@debian.org>

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