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Billiards game

KBillar is a billiard game in which everything is user-definable: the table, borders, ball properties, gravity, etc. The user can choose to play billiards on surfaces such as a sphere, a cylinder, or a torus, or in any map which can be expressed as z(x,y). The radius of the ball can be changed, and there is an mode in which the user can become the billiard ball. To parse complex mathematical maps, KBillar uses methods from Kalamaris.



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Janet Casey

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12 December 2002

Leaders and contributors

Antonio Larrosa Jimenez Maintainer

Resources and communication

AudienceResource typeURI
Bug Tracking,Developer,SupportE-mailmailto:larrosa@kde.org

Software prerequisites

Required to useMesa
Required to useQt (compiled with OpenGL module)
Required to useKDE 3.0 or later
Required to uselibgmp


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