Despite the uncertain status of ZunTzu, I still find it to be a very desirable platform for creating electronic versions of games for local and solitaire play. While the ZT website has reappeared in limited form, it still does not include a collection of downloadable game boxes. And, although the site includes a statement that "The game boxes for ZunTzu will be back soon", after months of waiting I'm beginning to have my doubts. Is there any interest in the community for developing an alternative central repository where we can share our game boxes?

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http://limeyyankgames.co.uk

Limey Yanks has a section for ZT game Boxes.  Not all of the game boxes that were on the ZT site are there but it is an existing repository.

The problem with Limey Yanks is their admonition against using scanned images in the games submitted to them. Scans are, of course, the essence of ZunTzu.

I love the program, but yes it fails since the developer stopped supporting it to play others online. I just create games for myself.

Yes, I agree that without an active developer it's hard to support creating future games on this platform because if something breaks with future OS updates, what is one to do?.... Sad.

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