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After so much heavy work in the lessons you had so far, now a quick relax and a few games.

Knoppix has about 40 games for you. It is, however, only a small subset of all the available games under Linux!

Remark: In general, clicking means clicking with your *left* mouse button.

Starting games, playing and stopping

k_in_gear Click at the Knoppix-KDE-Desktop at the bottom left on the symbol with character "K".

k_games Click in the menu that opened at the entry "Games".

k_arcade Click in the sub menu that opened at the entry "Arcade".

k_kbounce  Click in the sub menu that opened at the entry "KBounce (Arcade Game)".

Now you will see a "Game" window (in our case the "KBounce" window):


(1) When necessary/handy and when it is there, click in the top right at the "arrow" symbol to maximize the window.

(2) When you click at the entry "Help", then you can get (when you are lucky) information about the possibilities of the game. However, in many cases there is no manual or help available and you have to find out yourself how the game works.

(3) Start the game and play... 

(1) Stop the game by clicking top right in the window at the "X" icon.

Tips for further reading



Fresh meat. and enter there e.g. "Search for games in projects" and click <Go>:
Freshmeat Search

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This Document describes the Knoppix Version 3.4 CeBit 2004 Edition.
Copyright (c) 2004-04-19 Karl Schock. (Thanks to all that have contributed to this document - special thanks to Pieter Jonker for translation into english.)
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