World-Wide Score Table
PiFrac On the Web
Current version is 1.0.1
Originally released in 1990 by Simsalabim Software (Max Shapiro & Per Bergland), FRAC very soon became a bestseller in Mac and MS DOS world and still has supporters all over the world. For Linux the code was rewritten completely from scratch with adding 'demo' mode, 256colour support, and more.and and released in 2000 as ifrac. Windows part of ifrac (wifrac) appeared in 2001, now is the time for Palm!
Here are the special features of PiFrac (Palm release of ifrac) :
Greyscale (4bpp) view
Monochrome (B&W) view
|PiFrac standard version (with help and manual):||PiFrac-1.0.1.zip (87K)|
Here are the additional releases (the code only, use help and manual from the main package) :
|Flipped version, 49K:
|No colour support (takes less space on your device), 35K:||PiFrac_nocolour-1.0.1.prc.zip||
|Handera 330TM special , 49K:||PiFrac_HandEra-1.0.1.prc.zip||
To see World-Wide scores for Palm, click the following link
PiFrac World Scores.
To submit your score, make sure
you have your score and submission code ready.
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