kdegames

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The kdegames package contains games written for the KDE. kdegames provides games in a number of genres including card games, arcade games and board games.

List of software[edit]

kdegames 4[edit]

Arcade[edit]

Board[edit]

Card[edit]

Dice[edit]

  • KJumpingCube - A board game where players make boxes change color and try to succeed in taking over the board.
  • Kiriki - A Yahtzee game

Logic[edit]

Strategy[edit]

  • Konquest - A simple turn-based strategy game with the theme of galactic conquest.[1]
  • KsirK - A Risk clone

Toy[edit]

  • KTuberling – A Potato Guy game for kids. (Modeled after the Mr. Potato Head children’s toy)

kdegames 3 only[edit]

These games were part of the kdegames module in KDE3 but were removed for the KDE4 release due to lack of maintainership:

  • KPoker - A video poker game.
  • KAsteroids – An Asteroids clone for KDE.
  • KFoulEggs – A Puyo Puyo game.
  • KSirtet – A simple Tetris clone, titled by reversing the name Tetris to avoid trademark problems. An early version was developed in 1998, but the project possibly started as far back as 1996.[2] The final stable version was released December, 2002.
  • KSmileTris – A Tetris variation.
  • Atlantik – Monopoly for KDE.
  • KBackgammon – Backgammon for KDE.
  • KenolabA – Abalone for KDE.
  • Klickety – Klickety is an adaptation of clickomania / SameGame to KDE, similar to KSameGame.
  • KSokoban – Sokoban

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Konquest Handbook". Docs.kde.org. 2007-11-13. Retrieved 2009-12-27. 
  2. ^ "Ksirtet Interview - App of the Month". kde.org.uk. Retrieved 2008-02-17. 

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