KSquares (Linux)

KSquares Linux Starting with an empty board of medium size (20x10)


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KSquares is an implementation of the pen and paper game Dots and Boxes. On a grid each player connect two points with a line each turn. The goal is to connect four lines to create a square. Filling a square allows the player to add another line to the grid instantly, making it possible to fill many squares in one turn. The game ends if all grid points are connected, and therefore all squares are filled. The player with most filled rectangles wins.

The KSquare game can be played with different board sizes from a very tiny 2x1 fields up to a very large board of 50x30 fields. Up to four players can compete locally, any missing players may be filled with an player controlled by the computer. The playing level of those AI opponents can be altered in three degrees from "Easy" to "Hard". The game is featuring a "Quick Start" mode, in which there are many lines already connected, which results in much faster action by skipping the repetitive starting phase. A high score table is present and can be persisted.


KSquares Linux In becomes some kind of abstract art
KSquares Linux The smallest possible board (2x1)
KSquares Linux The final result of the AI game
KSquares Linux Quick starting games has many lines already on the board, so the repetitive starting phase is skipped

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Jo ST (24080) added KSquares (Linux) on Sep 21, 2015