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    some games

    ok, I know you want them

    UPDATE: more games on http://klik.berlios.de/debian.php?section=games/ - please post here which ones work

    klik://airstrike
    2d dogfight game in the tradition of 'Biplanes' and 'BIP'

    klik://armagetron
    3D Tron-like high speed game

    klik://atlantik
    KDE client for Monopoly-like network games (takes a while to install!)

    klik://atom4
    An original two-player color puzzle game

    klik://billard-gl
    3D billiards game

    klik://black-box
    Find the crystals

    klik://bugsquish
    Bugs are trying to suck blood out of your arm!

    klik://burgerspace
    Avoid evil foodstuffs and make burgers

    klik://bzflag
    a 3D first person tank battle game <-- Network

    klik://castle-combat
    game where the player builds one castle and destroys others

    klik://chromium
    Fast paced, arcade-style, scrolling space shooter

    klik://circuslinux
    The clowns are trying to pop balloons to score points!

    klik://clanbomber
    Bomberman like game

    klik://codebreaker
    A Master Mind clone

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    Re: [klik] some games

    Quote Originally Posted by probono
    ok, I know you want them
    Yaa!!!

    I'm going to download them tommorow

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    how about linux version of CUBE (http://wouter.fov120.com/cube/index.php4)

    and linux version of ANGBAND
    (http://www.thangorodrim.net/)

    Moustache

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    Come to think of it, a Klik-able version of the DOSemu binaries (including freedos at http://dosemu.sourceforge.net/stable/ ) would be helpfull for those of us with old DOS games on their hard drives like DESCENT and QUAKE.

    Moustache

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    How about flightgear which is packaged for debian. For super bonus points make the klik installer auto install local scenary based on the locale and by default start you at a local airport

    I'd also wonder if it wouldn't be usesful to have klik installers for the games which are shipped with Knoppix, so remasters can happily remove them when space gets tight, knowing they should only be a klik away. Frozen Bubble especially is always tempting to remove thanks to its size (though it's just so nice).

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    Is there somethng like a unklik? Some of the progrmas add parts onto menus which I can't seem to get off.

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    Last time I tried using klick to install bzflag (my all time fave) the networking wasn't working. Can anyone confirm this?

    ~pau1

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    Quote Originally Posted by moustache
    Come to think of it, a Klik-able version of the DOSemu binaries (including freedos at http://dosemu.sourceforge.net/stable/ ) would be helpfull for those of us with old DOS games on their hard drives like DESCENT and QUAKE.

    Moustache

    or maby dosbox http://dosbox.sourceforge.net/news.php?show_news=1 i aways wanted to run GTA1 on linux

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    Quote Originally Posted by firebyrd10
    Is there somethng like a unklik? Some of the progrmas add parts onto menus which I can't seem to get off.
    You can easily delete them from ~/.kde/share/applnk

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    Quote Originally Posted by pau1knopp
    Last time I tried using klick to install bzflag (my all time fave) the networking wasn't working. Can anyone confirm this?
    Networking in bzflag runs fine here. Tested it on Knoppix 3.3 (Kernel 2.4.x) and Knoppix 3.5 (Kernel 2.6.x)

    probono

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