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Postby anandrkris » Thu Feb 28, 2013 1:18 am - Downloaded the packages. Looks like an interesting collection. Not high-end graphics or heavy stuff but nonetheless fun to play and kil time. Kgoldrunner seems to be an interesting arcade game :D
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Postby homerscousin » Thu Feb 28, 2013 10:51 pm

I installed that about a week ago, just for fun. It has Kmines, like minesweeper in Windows. I created a custom size of 20 x 20. I hope I can do a 100 x 100. There is a jigsaw game where you can create your own from an image. Haven't tried, but it would be nice if it allows you to take a rather large image and cut it into 1000 pieces. The default puzzles are small and around 50 pieces. A rubics cube. About 40 games in all. I've only looked at a few. I'll have to look at Kgoldrunner next.
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