atomix 3.19.2-1 source package in Ubuntu

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atomix (3.19.2-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Imported Upstream version 3.19.2.
  * Update my e-mail address.

 -- Markus Koschany <email address hidden>  Tue, 08 Dec 2015 00:33:13 +0100

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Uploaded by:
Debian Games Group on 2015-12-08
Uploaded to:
Sid
Original maintainer:
Debian Games Group
Architectures:
any all
Section:
games
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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atomix_3.19.2.orig.tar.gz 230.7 KiB cb2c309a2e56aec16e33a33662c2f30fac9444554d5f961d907595e7fa7c84d6
atomix_3.19.2-1.debian.tar.xz 10.3 KiB ad5db7e198be2c10287646e262b352f5069012fb6cf6aec8df4725db29e97b5a

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atomix: puzzle game for building molecules out of separate atoms

 Atomix is an educational game designed for GNOME in which one has to
 build molecules, ranging from simple inorganic ones to some extremely
 complex organic ones, out of separate atoms.
 .
 The first levels can be rather easy, but added complexity always comes
 with the next level, so that several minutes (or much longer than that)
 can be spent on each single level.

atomix-data: puzzle game for building molecules out of separate atoms -- data

 Atomix is an educational game designed for GNOME in which one has to
 build molecules, ranging from simple inorganic ones to some extremely
 complex organic ones, out of separate atoms.
 .
 The first levels can be rather easy, but added complexity always comes
 with the next level, so that several minutes (or much longer than that)
 can be spent on each single level.
 .
 This package contains the architecture independent files like levels and
 graphics for atomix.

atomix-dbgsym: debug symbols for package atomix

 Atomix is an educational game designed for GNOME in which one has to
 build molecules, ranging from simple inorganic ones to some extremely
 complex organic ones, out of separate atoms.
 .
 The first levels can be rather easy, but added complexity always comes
 with the next level, so that several minutes (or much longer than that)
 can be spent on each single level.