Board by kanata19
Free Sudoku for Linux (KDE/Qt version) generator has 3 levels of difficulties. Solved or not solved Sudokus may be saved into file with extension sdk. Later saved files may be loaded in 9x9 Sudoku grid. Source files are provided.
Jun 07 2008
Board by hoermen
Kapitalist is a Monopoly-like board game for 2-8 players. Walk around the board, buy properties, receive rent from your competitors, try to get monopolies to build houses and hotels on them. The goal is to be the richest player on the board and to make your opponents go bankrupt.The game is...
Apr 02 2008
Board by majewsky
KDiamond is a three-in-a-row game (much like Bejeweled) for the KDE 4 desktop. It will ship with KDE 4.1 in Summer.
Mar 23 2008
Board by kernco
Profit is based on the board game Acquire. As players place tiles on a board, companies are formed and stocks can be purchased in those companies. Adjacent tiles cause companies to grow or merge with each other. At the end of the game, the player with the most money wins.Profit requires Qt...
Feb 24 2008
Board by upsala
This is a simple game for kids, where they must always two identical cards.The Game is endless and has no score-Counter or so...
Feb 16 2008
Board by pcapriotti
Tagua is a generic board game application for KDE, including games like Chess, Shogi, Xiangqi, and variants. It is based on a powerful plugin system that allows many games to share the same graphical framework, game history handling, interoperability with AI engines, and connectivity to network...
Sep 03 2007
Board by xep
QNetWalk is a free Qt-version of the NetWalk game.You are the system administrator and your goal is to connect each computer to the central server.Start the LAN with as few turns as possible!
Jul 23 2007
Board by redsh
ksudoku is a fully-featured Sudoku puzzle generator and solver for KDE. With it you can generate and play 3D and 2D puzzles of different sizes and levels.Now it supports also custom shaped puzzles, like Samurai sudokus, XSudokus and Jigsaw.GUI for playing, saving, printing, solving and dubbing...
Mar 17 2007