- GNOME Sudoku is a logic-based number-placement puzzle in which a 9×9 square must be filled with the correct digits. It is meant to have an interface as simple and unobstrusive as possible while still providing features that make playing difficult Sudoku more fun. It features automatic puzzle generation, saving and restoring games, annotations, trackers, and much more. This package was originally programmed in Python by Thomas Hinkle, though it has since been rewritten.
- Tetravex is a simple puzzle game which scope is to move the various pieces from one side of the board to the other side, so that the same numbers depicted on the pieces are touching each other.
- Iagno is a computer version of the game Reversi, more popularly called Othello. This is a two player strategy game for GNOME similar to Go. The pieces are tiles that are black on one side and white on the other and the objective is for the player to flip his or her opponent's tiles to his or her colour, while keeping the opponent from doing the same. Once the board is filled with tiles, the winner is the player with the most of his or her colour tiles on the board.
- Lights Off is a puzzle game, where the objective is to turn off all of the tiles on the board. Each click toggles the state of the clicked tile and its non-diagonal neighbors.
- Midori is a lightweight web browser, used as default in Trisquel Mini. Features:
- Full integration with GTK+ 2
- Fast rendering with WebKit
- Tabs, windows and session management
- Flexibly configurable Web Search.
- User scripts and user styles support.
- Straightforward bookmark management.
- Customizable and extensible interface.
- Extensions such as Adblock, form history, mouse gestures or cookie management.
- 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.
- Simple Scan
- A really easy way to scan both documents and photos. You can crop out the bad parts of a photo and rotate it if it is the wrong way round. You can print your scans, export them to pdf, or save them in a range of image formats.
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