In this file:
* About kdegames
* Additional games
* More Info
This is a compilation of more than 20 various casual desktop games.
Arcade bombing game.
Five-in-a-row board game.
CMake modules needed to build KDE games.
XML-based documentation for the games.
Walk through an arena, lay bombs and kill your enemies.
The classical game of Mah Jongg for four players.
Build complex atoms with a minimal amount of moves.
* kbattleship (naval battle)
Sink ships of your opponents, with built-in game server.
Find the balls hidden in the black box by shooting laser beams.
A falling blocks game.
Claim areas and don't get disturbed.
A Breakout-like game.
A three-in-a-row game.
Two player four-in-a-row game.
A game of action and puzzle-solving.
Go board game.
A game of killer robots and teleportation.
Yahtzee-like dice game.
A tactical game for number crunchers.
Collect pieces of the same color.
Place five equal pieces together, but wait, there are 3 new ones.
A tile laying patience.
The classical mine sweeper.
A game for system administrators.
A mini golf game.
Conquer the planets of your enemy.
Several patience card games.
The old reversi board game, also known as Othello.
Patience game where you take away all pieces.
Risk game for KDE.
Two player game with shooting spaceships flying around a sun.
Connect the dots to create squares.
Sudoku game and more.
* ktron (ksnakeduel)
Like ksnake, but without fruits.
Kids game: make your own potato (NO french fries!)
A game based on Rubik's Cube.
KDE game library used by many of these games, contains also images
of card decks.
Library used for loading and rendering of Mahjongg tilesets.
Jigsaw puzzle game.
You can use -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=debugfull with the cmake command script, if you
want to have debug code in your KDE apps and libs. We recommend to do this,
since this is alpha software and this makes debugging things a whole lot
There are additional games, game-related applications and libraries that are
not yet mature enough to be included in the KDE Games module or are being
developed by other teams. Most of them can be found on the KDE Playground
or in the KDE Extragear, but some are hosted elsewhere, including some game
For a complete list, see the INDEX file in playground/games.
Please direct any bug reports to our bug list by visiting
Discussions related to the KDE Games module or the games in playground
are welcome on the KDE Games mailing list (email@example.com).
Game-related news can be found on http://games.kde.org.
General KDE discussions should go to the KDE mailing list (firstname.lastname@example.org).