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The Linux Memory Game

The Linux Memory Game is an X11 game using GTK+ library for children ages 3 and up. It is a lot more than the card game "Memory". It has five skill levels, the higher ones are challenging to adults as well. Additionally, one can choose from the menu to match 2 cards or 3 cards, or match different cards. This last "different card" mode can be a very good teaching tool for teaching languages, concepts, or association.

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  •  02 Aug 2003 07:42

    Release Notes: A code cleanup was made in lmem_menu.c and lmem_level.c.

    •  31 Jul 2003 05:34

      Release Notes: An overflow problem was fixed in pixmap_jump, which was causing core dumps when playing at skill level "skilled" or higher.

      •  30 Jul 2003 05:43

        Release Notes: This version features a code cleanup for the menu bar.

        •  29 Jul 2003 07:15

          Release Notes: This version implements the help menu items, completing the main goals of the program.

          •  19 Feb 2001 07:18

            Release Notes: A new menu bar, skill level indicator, score (sort of), and more play options.

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