Release Notes: The pointer highlighting parameters were made configurable. A new theme was added, called "5balls-Big" (from the 5ball game).
Release Notes: The graphics behavior was polished and fixed. for example, cell movement now works while a ball is moving or being destroyed. The code was migrated to GtkUIManager. Scores are now saved in the UTF-8 encoding, but old scores will not be lost. A workaround was made for a GTK+ bug in the window resizing code.
Release Notes: Fixes for critical bugs in pathfinding functions, a new "mascots" theme, and auto*/gettext updates.
Release Notes: A major bug that lead to sigsegv has been fixed. Saving/loading of keyboard accelerators has been added.
Release Notes: This release adds the ability to delete saved games from the save/load game dialog, UI polishing, translations updates, and small bug, compilation, and gtkballs.spec fixes.
Release Notes: Images in themes can now be in any format that gdk-pixbuf understands. The game can be played with the keyboard only (using arrows and space/enter). The cell "under the pointer" is highlighted (for keyboard play). The gtkballs(6x) man page was updated. The death of the score writer process is now handled correctly. Compilation with gcc 3.x was fixed. The code was reorganized. New versions of autoconf, automake, and gettext are used.
Release Notes: There is an optional "Time Limit" per move. The world writable score file has been removed. There are auto* fixes (PLD), cosmetic fixes, and documentation fixes (Debian).
Release Notes: This release is a port to gtk2, and will not work with GTK versions less than 2.0.0. The rules are now stored in a preferences file. There are bugfixes, code cleanups, UI polishing, and an updated Polish translation.
Release Notes: Game rules are now customizable. (i.e., you can set a board size different than 9x9). The "Input name" dialog now works as expected. The saved game file format has changed to plain text. The score file format has changed (the old format is still supported). The Polish translation has been updated.
Release Notes: This release includes an option to save/load a game, an option to turn off "disappearing" animation, and a new theme, "ASPLinux", which is available on the home page.