QUB (the Q Universal Boardgame) is an electronic front-end to any board game, using a scanned game board and pieces. It is intended to be an aid for PBEM gamers, game designers, and (eventually) real-time networked boardgamers.
Release Notes: Copy/cut/paste support has been added to game components. There are several minor bugfixes and enhancements.
Release Notes: Quite a few bugfixes, crash fixes, new features, and updates.
Release Notes: Too many to list. See the changelog.
Release Notes: Ability to edit all properties of any game component (piece, board, tray, etc.), more useful, ergonomic, and prettier pop-up menus, a new tool for generating game components from the command line, and much more.
Release Notes: This release fixes a fatal startup bug in 0.4.8 which happens if you have no ~/qub_config.xml or if it's missing certain variables.