GNOME Games Collection

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GNOME Games
Developer(s)The GNOME Project
Initial releaseDecember 20, 1998; 20 years ago (1998-12-20)[1]
Stable release3.34[2] (12 September 2019; 2 days ago (2019-09-12)) [±]
Preview release3.33.91[3] (21 August 2019; 24 days ago (2019-08-21)) [±]
Written inVala, C, C++, Scheme, JavaScript, Python
Operating systemLinux, Unix-like, Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows
PlatformGTK+
TypeVideo games
LicenseGNU General Public License
Websitewiki.gnome.org/Apps/Games

GNOME Games is a collection of about 15 puzzle video games that is part of the standard free and open-source GNOME desktop environment.[4][5] They have the look and feel of the GNOME desktop, but can be used without it.

History[edit]

As of late 2017, the GNOME Games collection is in the process of being modernized.[6]

Game list[edit]

It currently includes the following games:

The following games have been removed but previously included:

  • Blackjack – a computerized implementation of the gambling game Blackjack. It was removed in October 2009.
  • gbrainy – a brain teaser software written in C# using Mono
  • GNOME Mastermind - a software implementation of Mastermind
  • GNOME Pipes – a Pipe Mania clone
  • GNOME Untangle – an implementation of Planarity

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External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "first release".
  2. ^ Clasen, Matthias (12 September 2019). "GNOME 3.34 released". GNOME Mail Services (Mailing list). Retrieved 13 September 2019.
  3. ^ Kitouni, Abderrahim (21 August 2019). "GNOME 3.33.91 RELEASED". GNOME Mail Services (Mailing list). Retrieved 23 August 2019.
  4. ^ "GNOME Games on the GNOME wiki". Retrieved 2009-09-27.
  5. ^ "GNOME Games in Debian Sid". Retrieved 2014-03-15.
  6. ^ https://wiki.gnome.org/Initiatives/GamesModernisation
  7. ^ "2048 in GNOME wiki".
  8. ^ "gnome-2048 in Fedora".
  9. ^ https://help.gnome.org/users/aisleriot/3.14/