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KBounce is a single player arcade game with the elements of puzzle. It is played on a field, surrounded by wall, with two or more balls that move about in the field bouncing off of walls. The player can build new walls, decreasing the size of active field.
The object of the game is to destroy as many bricks as possible without losing the ball.
KDiamond is a single player puzzle game.
The object of the game is to build lines of three similar diamonds.
KGoldrunner is a maze-threading game with a puzzle flavor. It has hundreds of levels where pieces of gold must be collected, with enemies in hot pursuit.
KLines is a simple but highly addictive, one player game for KDE. KLines has been inspired by well known game of Color Lines, written by Olga Demina, Igor Ivkin and Gennady Denisov back in 1992. You can also play an
online demo version
of this game.
Klickety is a simple, yet challenging color matching game modeled after once famous game of
. The idea behind Klickety is to completely clear the game board filled with the multicolored marbles. Klickety also offers a SameGame mode called
Kolf is a miniature golf game with 2d top-down view. Courses are dynamic, and up to 10 people can play at once in competition. Kolf comes equipped with a variety of playgrounds and tutorial courses.
A simple ball dodging game
In KSpaceduel each of two possible players controls a satellite spaceship orbiting the sun. As the game progresses players have to eliminate opponent’s spacecraft.
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