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Provided by: ace-of-penguins_1.2-8_i386

 

NAME

        ace_of_penguins - Solitaire-games with penguin-look.
 

SYNOPSIS

        ace_canfield
        ace_freecell
        ace_golf
        ace_mastermind
        ace_merlin
        ace_minesweeper
        ace_pegged
        ace_solitaire
        ace_taipei
        ace_taipedit
        ace_thornq
 

DESCRIPTION

        From the author’s intro.html:
 
        The  Ace  of  Penguins  is a set of Unix/X solitaire games based on the
        ones available for Windows(tm) but with a number of  enhancements  that
        make my wife like my versions better :-)
 
        ace_canfield
 
        ace_freecell
 
        ace_solitaire
 
        ace_thornq
               solitary card-games
 
        ace_golf
               annother solitray card-game
 
        ace_mastermind
               guess a secret combination of colors
 
        ace_merlin
               classical puzzle, rather frustrating :-)
 
        ace_minesweeper
               find all hidden mines in a minefield
 
        ace_pegged
               classical board game
 
        ace_taipei
               asian puzzle, remove pairs of equal stones
 
        ace_taipedit
               editor for your own ace_taipei levels
 

KEYS

        All games use the same library of functions and thus the same keys:
 
        F1     online help
 
        Esc/Q  leave the game
 

NOTES

        The upstream author DJ Delorie has written an informative webpage which
        is installed in /usr/share/doc/ace-of-penguins/intro.html
 
        The binaries were renamed to ace_* because the old names  polluted  the
        namespace.
 

BUGS

        If  you  encounter  any bugs in this package, please report them to the
http://bugs.debian.org/.
 

AUTHOR

        DJ Delorie, some programs by Martin Thornquist
 
        Manpage written by Thimo Neubauer <thimo@debian.org>
 

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