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Peces / Pieces (Tangram's Game)

a program to play the traditional Tangram game of Chinese origin.

A program to play the traditional Tangram game of Chinese origin. It consists of constructing shapes with some polygonal pieces. Traditionally the game has seven pieces, but there are also variations with 5, 14 pieces, and others. The program allows you to:

  • To play the tangram in 39 different modalities.
  • To create your own shapes.
  • To elaborate more that 18000 shapes proposed by the program.
  • To preserve your personal records.



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Leaders and contributors

Innocent De Marchi Maintainer

Resources and communication

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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 28 April 2013.

Version comment

News in 5.2 version - One new tangram game (hexagonal) created by I. De Marchi. - More 7,000 new shapes to play (31,610 in total). - Random generation of new shapes (not for all tangram game). - More faster search for similar shapes (Required human inspection). - Add the glpeces.appdata.xml description file. - Migrated to Qt 5.


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