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Gnushogi Heckert gnu.tiny.png
Game that is a Japanese version of chess. The rules of the game are included in the distribution in the file 'shogi.rules.' It can play against a user or against itself, using either an alpha-numeric display or the xshogi program under the X Window System.
Links broken. Redirected homepage to Maintainer email broken. Poppy-one (talk) 12:41, 10 August 2018 (EDT) LiliBoggie is a Boggle-like video game. It can find words automatically, learn words, is extendable for many languages, and has countdown timing, grammar options, and flexible grid.
Mah-Jong is a set of three programs comprising a networked Mah-Jong game, a graphical client for humans, and a basic computer player. The game can be played by four humans, by a human and three computer players, or any other combination. The version of Mah-Jong is that generally called Chinese Classical. It should not be confused with the solitaire games such as xmahjongg.
Nullify is a turn-based game of cards which goal is to get rid of all cards in hand (initially 5 cards). Its main rule and cards with special behaviors are derived from a popular argentinean cards game.
Peces Pieces (Tangram's Game)
A program to play the traditional Tangram game of Chinese origin. It consists of constructing shapes with some polygonal pieces. Traditionally the game has seven pieces, but there are also variations with 5, 14 pieces, and others. The program allows you to:
  • To play the tangram in 39 different modalities.
  • To create your own shapes.
  • To elaborate more that 18000 shapes proposed by the program.
  • To preserve your personal records.
Peg Solitaire (HiQ or Senku game)
Peg Solitaire is a free and fun board game also known as English peg solitaire or Senku. Peg Solitaire is a board game played with pegs: in the classic mode, the board has 33 positions and 32 tokens because the center position is without form.
You can take almost any image (jpeg, tiff, png ...) and scramble it into many pieces (tens to hundreds). You can then reassemble the picture using the mouse to move the pieces around.
This project is about (re-)creating the Tic-Tac-Toe game in Python but always aiming to keep the "engine" code as most flexible as possible so it can easily converted into a "Connect-Four" (or similar) or make it possible to create several different interfaces along the default console-based one. It also aims to be a little project beginner programmers should be able to join.
Created in celebration of the 25th anniversary of Blaise Müller's Quarto. There are sixteen pieces, each with four properties. Players take turns choosing a piece which the other player then places on the board. Line up four pieces or form a two by two block with at least one common property to win the game.
SDLHana is an SDL-based Hanafuda game. Hanafuda is a Japanese card game which is mostly played in Japan an Korea, also known as "Hwa-T'u" in Korean.

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