BomberMaze supports themes, allowing you to customize the appearance of the tiles and sprites ingame.
You can install themes in two ways:
INSTALL_PATH/share/bombermaze/themes/, where INSTALL_PATH is the directory tree to which you installed BomberMaze (
.bombermazein your home directory, and create a subdirectory under that called
themesinto which you would unpack the theme tarballs.
The new themes will be available the next time you start up BomberMaze.
To uninstall a theme, simply delete its directory.
|classicbman||(222053 bytes)||Vincent Wong||2001-07-31||Classic Bomberman theme|
|gnomed||(108893 bytes)||Mathieu Roy||2000-10-28||
A theme based on the appearance of the standard Gnome icons.
Note that this theme is included with bombermaze 0.6.4, so if you have 0.6.4, you do not need to download this.
|icons3d||(71682 bytes)||Nicholas Curran||2001-01-21||A theme that uses 3D-rendered game objects that were created in POV-Ray.|
|space||(88357 bytes)||Nicholas Curran||2001-01-27||Use your spaceship to blast your way through hordes of satellites and around planets.|
|stickdeath||(115714 bytes)||Nicholas Curran||2001-07-12||
An idea based on animations seen at stickdeath.com.
This theme was entirely created in the Gimp.
|IceRocks||(113930 bytes)||Matej Rokos||2004-02-08||A cold icy theme. Created in The GIMP using Icons3d and the classic theme as a template..|
Nicholas Curran, author of the icons3d theme, has also created
a larger title screen.
To use it, replace the file
Note: this file has been updated as of 2001 January 27. If you had downloaded it before this date, you wish to do so again to get the new version. The new image is slightly different.
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