gnome-games 1:2.30.0-0ubuntu6 source package in Ubuntu


gnome-games (1:2.30.0-0ubuntu6) lucid; urgency=low

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aisleriot: Solitaire card games

 A compilation of over eighty different solitaire card games. Everything from
 favorites like Freecell and Klondike through to the hopelessly pointless Clock

glchess: Chess strategy game

 The ancient chess strategy game. Play against computer oponents, online in 2D
 or 3D.

glines: Five or More puzzle game

 Move balls around the grid and try and form lines. Once you form five in a row,
 the line disappears. Unfortunately more balls keep dropping in.

gnect: Four in a Row strategy game

 Place disks one at a time and try to form a row of four. Tic-tac-toe for those
 who like to think.

gnibbles: Worm arcade game

 Pilot a worm around a maze trying to collect diamonds and at the same time
 avoiding the walls and yourself. With each diamond your worm grows longer and
 navigation becomes more and more difficult. Playable by up to four people.

gnobots2: Avoid robots game

 The classic game where you have to avoid a hoard of robots who are trying to
 kill you. Each step you take brings them closer toward you. Fortunately they
 aren't very smart and you also have a helpful teleportation gadget.

gnome-games: games for the GNOME desktop

 These are the games from the official GNOME release. They have the look and
 feel of the GNOME desktop, but can be used without it.
 The package contains the following games:
  * Aisleriot - Solitaire card games
  * Chess - Strategy game
  * Five or More - Color lines game
  * Four-in-a-row - Strategy game
  * Iagno - Tile flipping strategy game
  * Klotski - Sliding block puzzle game
  * Lights Off - Light puzzle game
  * Mines - Logic puzzle game
  * Mahjongg - Tile solitaire game
  * Nibbles - Worm arcade game
  * Quadrapassel - Falling blocks game
  * Robots - Avoid robots game
  * Swell Foop - Colored ball puzzle game
  * Sudoku - Number puzzle
  * Tali - Dice chance game
  * Tetravex - Tile puzzle game

gnome-games-common: Common files for GNOME Games

 Translations, images, sounds used by more than one game in the GNOME games

gnome-mahjongg: Mahjongg tile solitaire game

 A tile-based solitaire game. Remove tiles in matching pairs to dismantle
 elaborately designed stacks.

gnome-sudoku: Sudoku number puzzle

 Fit numbers into a grid without repeating numbers in rows, columns or boxes.

gnomine: Minesweeper logic puzzle game

 Find mines on a grid using hints from squares you have already cleared.

gnotravex: Tile puzzle game

 A puzzle game where you have to match a grid of tiles together. The skill level
 ranges from the simple two by two up to the seriously mind-bending six by six

gnotski: Sliding block puzzle game

 A series of sliding block puzzles. Try and solve them in the least number of

gtali: Dice chance game

 Roll five dice three times to make the best "hand".

iagno: Tile flipping strategy game

 Flip over your opponents tiles and control the board.

lightsoff: Light puzzle game

 Puzzle where all lights have to be switched off.

quadrapassel: Falling blocks game

 The Russian game of falling geometric shapes. Fit blocks together to make
 complete rows.

swell-foop: Colored ball puzzle game

 Remove blocks of balls of the same color in as few moves as possible. Try to
 remove all balls for a bonus.