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Chapter 9. Playing Games

By default, Fedora comes with a selection of 15 games. There are additional game packages that can be selected during installation. In addition, the Fedora Extras project has packages for many more games. You can install additional games after installation by using the Add/Remove program application, Pirut , and the Fedora Extras software repository. More information about this games repository can be found on the Fedora Extras Games Wiki:

http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Games

9.1. Brief Description of Each Game

AisleRiot Solitaire

A collection of dozens of solitaire games

Ataxx

A disk-flipping game

Blackjack

The classic casino card game

Five or More

A version of the popular Color Lines game

Four-in-a-Row

A four-in-a-row game played against the computer or another human opponent

FreeCell Solitaire

Another huge collection of solitaire games

Iagno

A Reversi-like disk flipping game

Klotski

A group of sliding block puzzles

Mahjongg

A tile-matching game with many variations

Mines

A clone of a popular puzzle game

Nibbles

A worm or snake game

Robots

The classic game of robots out of control

Same GNOME

A puzzle game involving the strategic removal of groups of marbles

Tali

A poker game played with dice

Tetravex

A simple tile-matching game

Table 9.1. Games on Fedora


For information about using these games, refer to the individual Help > Contents menu within each game.

 
 

 
 
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