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A miniature golf game with a 2D, top-down view. Courses are dynamic. Up to 10 people can compete at the same time.
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Located in docs/games/C/games.xml:95(para)
A simple ball dodging game.
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Located in docs/games/C/games.xml:103(para)
A simple, yet challenging color matching game modeled after the once famous SameGame. The goal is to clear the game board filled with multicolored marbles.
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Located in docs/games/C/games.xml:110(para)
Two players control satellite spaceships orbiting the sun. As the game progresses, players have to eliminate opponent's spacecraft.
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Located in docs/games/C/games.xml:118(para)
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Located in docs/games/C/games.xml:128(para)
A Gomoku-like game for two players. Opponents alternate placing their respective pictograms on the game board. Also similar to Connect Five or Naughts and Crosses.
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Located in docs/games/C/games.xml:135(para)
Ships are placed on a board which represents the sea. Players try to hit their opponent's ships by guessing where they are placed. The first player to destroy all ships wins the game.
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Located in docs/games/C/games.xml:144(para)
Tiles are scrambled, and stacked to resemble various shapes. The player removes matching pairs of tile's until all the tiles have been removed from the game board.
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Located in docs/games/C/games.xml:153(para)
A simple single-player strategy game played against the computer. When a player's piece is captured, the piece is turned over (reversed) to reveal the color of the capturing player. The winner is the player with the most pieces when there are no more possible moves.
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Located in docs/games/C/games.xml:162(para)
A solitaire game played using the standard set of Mahjonng tiles in a single layer. Play against the clock or change the settings to increase the challenge of the game.
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Located in docs/games/C/games.xml:172(para)
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Contributors to this translation: Adrián Chaves, Antón Méixome, Felipe Gil Castiñeira, Marcos Garcia, Miguel Anxo Bouzada, Rafael Ávila Coya, Xosé.