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Peces (Tangram game)

   5.0  

KDE Other Game

Score 63%
Peces (Tangram game)
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Homepage:  Link
Depends on  Qt 4.x
Downloads:  1044
Submitted:  Apr 20 2010
Updated:  Apr 15 2012

Description:

Peces is an open source game based on the Chinese game called Tangram. The main objective of the game is to create different figures by putting together pieces like squares, triangles, rectangles, and others. This simple yet challenging game has at least 39 gaming modes and 4 different difficulty levels.

You will be able to select among different figures like trees, boats, animals, etc., and at the precise moment you start to move the pieces a timer will start counting the time that you will spend trying to solve the challenge.

The game has four difficulty levels, which makes it suitable for both, kids and adults. Besides, the game incorporates 39 gaming modes (and
more 18,000 shapes), from 3 to 14 pieces, and this feature makes the game a real challenge.

Another good feature of the game is the possibility to create new figures and add them to the main game. In addition, it is possible to create competitions against your friends, and select only the shapes you want to use. Moreover, you will be able to save these shapes to your PC, in order to use them later.

The program is available for any OS at http://pecesjocdetangr.sourceforge.net/




LicenseGPL
Debian(glpeces_5.0-2_i386.deb)
other(glpeces-5.0-Linux-x86-Install)
Mandriva(glpeces-5.0-3.i386.rpm)
Source(glpeces_5.0.tar.gz)
Mac OS X(MPeces_5.0.dmg)
MS Windows(WPecesSetup.exe)
other(jpeces.zip (Java version))
Debian(glpeces_5.0-2_amd64.deb)
Mandriva(glpeces-5.0-3.x86_64.rpm)
MS Windows(Windows portable for USB driver)
MS Windows(Windows msi intaller file)
Debian(Arch independent files for Debian)
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 Very addictive

 
 by dglent on: Jan 22 2011
 
Score 50%

Very addictive game.
I like it a lot. I have two comments:

I prefered another colour instead this brown for some pieces, because over the black it is nt visible.

The right clic for rotation it is nt very comfortable after a while of playing for the middle finger


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 Re: Very addictive

 
 by tangrampeces on: Jan 23 2011
 
Score 50%

Hi!

I have plans to add functionality to customize the colors. Currently, the colors are randomly assigned.

I think something about the topic of the mouse buttons.

Thanks for your suggestions!


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