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This is a compilation of various games
Monopoly-like board games
Files necessary to create Debian packages.
XML based documentation for the programs.
Shoot at those nasty asteroids.
Build complex atoms with a minimal amount of moves.
Play backgammon against a local human player, via a game server or
against GNU Backgammon (not included)
Sink battleship of your opponents, with built-in game server.
Find atoms in a grid by shooting electrons.
Claim areas and don't get disturbed.
Push pieces of your opponent out of the board (an Abalone type game).
A famous japanese game known as puyo-puyo.
A tactical game for number-crunchers.
A tetris like game.
Place 5 equal pieces together, but wait, there are 3 new ones.
A tile laying patience.
The classical mine sweeper.
A mini golf game.
Conquer the planets of your enemy.
Several patience card games.
The game of poker.
The old reversi board game, also known as Othello.
Collect pieces of the same color.
Patience game where you take away all pieces.
Very known if spelt this backwards.
Another Tetris-like game.
Don't bite yourself, eat apples!
Move all storage boxes into the cabinet.
Two player game with shooting spaceships flying around a sun.
Like ksnake, but without fruits.
Kids game: make your own potato (NO french fries!)
Place 4 pieces in a row.
TDE game library used by many of these programs, contains also images
of card decks.
If configure claims Qt cannot be found, have a look at http://www.trolltech.com
to get a copy of latest Qt 3.3.x version.
You can use --enable-debug with the configure script, if you want to have
debug code in your TDE apps and libs. I recommend to do this, since this is
alpha software and this makes debugging things a whole lot easier.
Please direct any bug reports to our bug list by visiting
General TDE discussions should go to the Trinity users mailing list (http://trinitydesktop.org/mailinglist.php).