gnome-games 1:3.2.1-0ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu


gnome-games (1:3.2.1-0ubuntu1) oneiric-proposed; urgency=low

  * New upstream release.
    - Translation updates
  * debian/patches/90_fix-sudoku-borders.patch:
    Bugzilla patch to fix missing borders in Sudoku (LP: #844385)
 -- Jeremy Bicha <email address hidden>   Tue, 18 Oct 2011 00:53:15 -0400

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Binary packages built by this source

gir1.2-gnomegamessupport-1.0: Introspection files for GNOME Games

 Introspection files required for games that use introspection

glchess: Chess strategy game

 The ancient chess strategy game. Play against human or computer opponents, in
 2D or 3D.

glines: make color lines of five or more length

 This is a GNOME port of the once popular “Color Lines” game.
 The game's objective is to align as often as possible five or more
 objects of the same color and shape causing them to disappear.

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: improved old BSD robots game

 GNOME Robots is a game where you try and avoid a band of marauding
 robots which are, for no adequately explained reason, trying to kill
 you. It is based on the text-based robots game which can be found on a
 number of UNIX systems.

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.
 Games are now split in separate packages; this metapackage brings all
 of them but they can be installed separately.

gnome-games-common: data files for the GNOME games

 This package contains translations, sounds and pictures used by 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 puzzle game for GNOME

 This is an application for playing the popular sudoku logic puzzle
 game, in which one must fill a 9 by 9 square with the correct digits.
 It features automatic puzzle generation, saving and restoring games,
 annotations, trackers, and much more.

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: Klotski puzzle game for GNOME

 This is a clone of the popular Klotski game. The objective is to move
 a patterned block to a given place using the mouse, in as few moves as
 possible. Other blocks will need to be moved out of the way.

gtali: Dice chance game

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

iagno: popular Othello game for GNOME

 Iagno is a computer version of the game Reversi, more popularly called
 Othello. Iagno is a two player strategy game similar to Go. The board
 is 8 by 8 with tiles that are black on one side and white on the other
 side. The object of Iagno is to flip as many of your opponent's tiles
 to your color as possible without your opponent flipping your tiles.
 This is done by trapping your opponent's tiles between two tiles of
 your own color.

quadrapassel: popular Russian game, similar to Tetris

 Quadrapassel comes from the classic falling-block game, Tetris. The
 goal of the game is to create complete horizontal lines of blocks,
 which will disappear.