Which KDE board and/or arcade game do you love?

I am starting with me (@Offikan)! Atlantik and KBreakOut are the games that I loved. Because on the first thing that I know, the purpose of the Atlantik board game is to acquire land in major cities in North America and Europe while being a transatlantic traveller. The second thing I know is a ball travels across the screen, bouncing off the top and side walls. When a brick is hit, the ball bounces away and the brick is destroyed. The player loses a life when the ball touches the bottom of the field. To prevent this from happening, the player has to use a movable bar to bounce the ball upward, situated at the bottom of the window. The purpose of the game is to progress through the levels destroying all bricks present in each, and trying to get a highscore.

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KMahjongg and Killbots are 2 of my favorites.

I’ve also enjoyed playing KMines and KNetWalk in the past.

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I’ve never thought about this. As an old timer who used to roller skate in a rink with arcade games, I see that there is a Pacman clone - Kapman. Good job! Now if I could find KDE clones of Space Invaders and Galaxia.


Atlantik is a strategic board game where you acquire land in major cities in North America and Europe as a transatlantic traveler. KBreakOut, on the other hand, is an arcade game where you bounce a ball to destroy bricks with a movable bar. Have fun gaming and aiming for high scores!.

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