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GNOME Games used to be a collection of small five-minute games in a variety of styles and genres for GNOME. Since GNOME 3.8, the games live on in separate modules, but the GNOME Games collection no longer exists. The games included were:


Aisleriot
a collection of card games which are easy to play with the aid of a mouse.


Gnome-chess
a 2D chess game.


Five-or-more
a GNOME port of the once popular “Color Lines” game.


Four-in-a-row
a strategy game for GNOME.


Iagno
a computer version of the game Reversi, more popularly called Othello.


Gnome-klotski
a clone of the popular Klotski game.


Lightsoff
a puzzle game.


Gnome-mahjongg
a solitaire (one player) version of the classic Eastern tile game, Mahjongg.


Gnome-mines
a puzzle game.


Gnome-nibbles
a GNOME port of the popular “Snake” game.


Quadrapassel
the GNOME version of Tetris


Gnome-robots
the classic robots game.


Gnome-sudoku
a logic-based number-placement puzzle.


Swell-foop
a puzzle game for GNOME.


Tali
a sort of poker played using dice.


Gnome-tetravex
a simple puzzle game.



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