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kdegames (4:4.2.2-0ubuntu1~intrepid1) intrepid-backports; urgency=low

  * Intrepid backport
    - Install docs to /usr/share/doc/kde4

 -- Andreas Wenning <email address hidden>   Mon, 27 Apr 2009 17:10:32 +0200

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Uploaded by:
Andreas Wenning on 2009-04-27
Sponsored by:
Scott Kitterman
Uploaded to:
Intrepid
Original maintainer:
Kubuntu Members
Component:
main
Architectures:
any
Section:
games
Urgency:
Low Urgency

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katomic: Atomic Entertainment game for KDE

 This is a puzzle game, in which the object is to assemble a molecule
 from its atoms on a Sokoban-like board. On each move, an atom goes
 as far as it can in a specified direction before being stopped by a
 wall or another atom.
 .
 This package is part of KDE, and a component of the KDE games module.
 See the 'kde' and 'kdegames' packages for more information.

kbattleship: Battleship game for KDE

 This is an implementation of the Battleship game. Each player tries
 to be the first to sink all the opponent's ships by firing "blindly"
 at them. The game has options to play over a network connection or
 against the computer.
 .
 This package is part of KDE, and a component of the KDE games module.
 See the 'kde' and 'kdegames' packages for more information.

kblackbox: A simple logical game for the KDE project

 KBlackBox is a game of hide and seek played on an grid of boxes. Your
 opponent (Random number generator, in this case) has hidden several
 balls within this box. By shooting rays into the box and observing
 where they emerge it is possible to deduce the positions of the
 hidden balls. The fewer rays you use to find the balls, the lower
 your score.
 .
 This package is part of KDE, and a component of the KDE games module.
 See the 'kde' and 'kdegames' packages for more information.

kblocks: No summary available for kblocks in ubuntu intrepid.

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kbounce: Jezzball clone for the K Desktop Environment

 This is a clone of the popular Jezzball game originally created by
 Microsoft. Jezzball is one of the rare and simple games requiring
 skill, timing, and patience in order to be successful. A ball begins
 to bounce off of an area enclosed by four borders (like a
 square). You must move your pointer to certain areas within the
 square. Upon clicking, a new border is constructed at a relatively
 quick pace. You can change the direction of the borders by 90 degrees
 as well. Ultimately, you must force the ball to bounce around in a
 smaller, and smaller area as time goes by without the ball ever
 touching the borders as they are being constructed. If a ball touches
 a certain part of the border as it is being built, the game is over.
 After 75% of the original space has been blocked off from the moving
 ball, you advance one level, and one more ball is added to the mix in
 the following level.
 .
 This game was previously known as kjezz.
 .
 This package is part of KDE, and a component of the KDE games module.
 See the 'kde' and 'kdegames' packages for more information.

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kdegames: games from the official KDE release

 KDE (the K Desktop Environment) is a powerful Open Source graphical
 desktop environment for Unix workstations. It combines ease of use,
 contemporary functionality, and outstanding graphical design with the
 technological superiority of the Unix operating system.
 .
 This metapackage includes a collection of games provided with
 the official release of KDE.

kdegames-card-data: Card decks for KDE games

 Several different collections of card images for use by KDE games.
 .
 This package is part of KDE, and a component of the KDE games module.
 See the 'kde' and 'kdegames' packages for more information.

kdegames-dbg: debugging symbols for kdegames

 This package contains the debugging symbols associated with kdegames.
 They will automatically be used by gdb for debugging kdegames-related
 issues.

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kdiamond: No summary available for kdiamond in ubuntu intrepid.

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kdiamond-kde4: A three-in-a-row game for the KDE 4 desktop

 Much like Bejeweled, KDiamond offers unlimited fun with randomly generated
 games, five difficulty levels with varying number of diamond colors and board
 sizes, and a groovy high-score dialog

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kgoldrunner: A KDE clone of the Loderunner arcade game

 KGoldrunner, a game of action and puzzle solving. Run through the
 maze, dodge your enemies, collect all the gold and climb up to the
 next level.
 .
 You must guide the hero with the mouse or keyboard and collect all
 the gold nuggets, then you can climb up into the next level. Your
 enemies are also after the gold and they will kill you if they catch
 you!
 .
 The problem is you have no weapon to kill them. All you can do is
 run away, dig holes in the floor to trap them or lure them into some
 area where they cannot hurt you. After a short time a trapped enemy
 climbs out of his hole, but if it closes before that, he will die and
 reappear somewhere else.
 .
 This package is part of KDE, and a component of the KDE games module.
 See the 'kde' and 'kdegames' packages for more information.

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kjumpingcube: Tactical one or two player game

 KJumpingCube is a simple tactical game. You can play it against the
 computer or against a friend. The playing field consists of squares
 that contains points. By clicking on the squares you can increase
 the points and if the points reach a maximum the points will jump to
 the squares neighbours and take them over. Winner is the one, who
 owns all squares.
 .
 This package is part of KDE, and a component of the KDE games module.
 See the 'kde' and 'kdegames' packages for more information.

klines: Color lines for KDE

 KLines is a simple game. It is played by one player, so there is only
 one winner :-). You play for fun and against the high score. It was
 inspired by a well known game - "Color lines", written for DOS by
 Olga Demina, Igor Demina, Igor Ivkin and Gennady Denisov back in
 1992.
 .
 The main rules of the game are as simple as possible: you move (using
 the mouse) marbles from cell to cell and build lines (horizontal,
 vertical or diagonal). When a line contains 5 or more marbles, they
 are removed and your score grows. After each turn the computer drops
 three more marbles.
 .
 This package is part of KDE, and a component of the KDE games module.
 See the 'kde' and 'kdegames' packages for more information.

kmahjongg: the classic mahjongg game for KDE project

 Your mission in this game is to remove all tiles from the game board. A
 matching pair of tiles can be removed, if they are 'free', which means that
 no other tiles block them on the left or right side.
 .
 This package is part of KDE, and a component of the KDE games module.
 See the 'kde' and 'kdegames' packages for more information.

kmines: Minesweeper for KDE

 KMines is the classic Minesweeper game. You must uncover all the
 empty cases without blowing on a mine.
 .
 When you uncover a case, a number appears : it indicates how many
 mines surround this case. If there is no number the neighbour cases
 are automatically uncovered. In your process of uncovering secure
 cases, it is very useful to put a flag on the cases which contain a
 mine.
 .
 This package is part of KDE, and a component of the KDE games module.
 See the 'kde' and 'kdegames' packages for more information.

knetwalk: A game for system administrators

 This game presents the player with a rectangular field consisting of
 a server, several clients, and pieces of wire. The object is to
 rotate these elements until every client is connected to the server,
 and no wires are left unconnected.
 .
 This package is part of KDE, and a component of the KDE games module.
 See the 'kde' and 'kdegames' packages for more information.

kolf: Minigolf game for KDE

 This is a minigolf game for KDE that allows you to go through different
 golf courses and waste an exorbitant amount of time.
 .
 This package is part of KDE, and a component of the KDE games module.
 See the 'kde' and 'kdegames' packages for more information.

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konquest: KDE based GNU-Lactic Konquest game

 This the KDE version of Gnu-Lactic Konquest, a multi-player strategy
 game. The goal of the game is to expand your interstellar empire
 across the galaxy and, of course, crush your rivals in the process.
 .
 This package is part of KDE, and a component of the KDE games module.
 See the 'kde' and 'kdegames' packages for more information.

kpat: KDE solitaire patience game

 KPatience is a collection of 14 card games. All the games are single
 player games.
 .
 This package is part of KDE, and a component of the KDE games module.
 See the 'kde' and 'kdegames' packages for more information.

kreversi: Reversi for KDE

 Reversi is a simple strategy game that is played by two
 players. There is only one type of piece - one side of it is black,
 the other white. If a player captures a piece on the board, that
 piece is turned and belongs to that player. The winner is the person
 that has more pieces of his own color on the board and if there are
 no more moves possible.
 .
 This package is part of KDE, and a component of the KDE games module.
 See the 'kde' and 'kdegames' packages for more information.

ksame: SameGame for KDE

 KSame is a simple game. It's played by one player, so there is only
 one winner :-) You play for fun and against the high score. It has
 been inspired by SameGame, that is only famous on the Macintosh
 platform.
 .
 This package is part of KDE, and a component of the KDE games module.
 See the 'kde' and 'kdegames' packages for more information.

kshisen: Shisen-Sho for KDE

 KShisen-Sho is a single-player-game similar to Mahjongg and uses the
 same set of tiles as Mahjongg.
 .
 The object of the game is to remove all tiles from the field.
 .
 This package is part of KDE, and a component of the KDE games module.
 See the 'kde' and 'kdegames' packages for more information.

ksirk: No summary available for ksirk in ubuntu intrepid.

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kspaceduel: Arcade two-player space game for KDE

 KSpaceduel is an space arcade game for two players.
 .
 Each player controls a ship that flies around the sun and tries to
 shoot at the other ship. You can play KSpaceduel with another person,
 against the computer, or you can have the computer control both ships
 and play each other.
 .
 This package is part of KDE, and a component of the KDE games module.
 See the 'kde' and 'kdegames' packages for more information.

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ksudoku: sudoku puzzle generator/solver

 KSudoku is an interface for creating and solving sudoku puzzles, which
 are grid-based placement puzzles that require time and logic to solve.
 KSudoku is able to work with both 2D and 3D versions of these puzzles,
 in grids of any square layout up to 25x25. It can also generate
 configurable symmetric puzzles and other special types.
 .
 Homepage: http://ksudoku.sourceforge.net/

ktuberling: Potato Guy for KDE

 KTuberling is a game intended for small children. Of course, it may
 be suitable for adults who have remained young at heart.
 .
 It is a potato editor. That means that you can drag and drop eyes,
 mouths, moustache, and other parts of face and goodies onto a
 potato-like guy. Similarly, you have a penguin on which you can drop
 other stuff.
 .
 There is no winner for the game. The only purpose is to make the
 funniest faces you can.
 .
 There is a museum (like a "Madame Tusseau" gallery) where you can
 find many funny examples of decorated potatoes. Of course, you can
 send your own creations to the programmer, Eric Bischoff, who will
 include them in the museum if he gets some spare time.
 .
 This package is part of KDE, and a component of the KDE games module.
 See the 'kde' and 'kdegames' packages for more information.

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libkdegames-dev: KDE games library headers

 This package is necessary if you want to develop your own games using
 the KDE games library.
 .
 This package is part of KDE, and a component of the KDE games module.
 See the 'kde' and 'kdegames' packages for more information.

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lskat: Lieutnant Skat card game for KDE

 Lieutnant Skat (from German Offiziersskat) is a card game for two
 players. It is roughly played according to the rules of Skat but with
 only two players and simplified rules.
 .
 Every player has a set of cards in front of him/her, half of them
 covered and half of them open. Both players try to win more than 60
 of the 120 possible points. After 16 moves all cards are played and
 the game ends.
 .
 This package is part of KDE, and a component of the KDE games module.
 See the 'kde' and 'kdegames' packages for more information.