gbrainy is a brain teaser game and trainer to have fun and to keep your brain trained. It provides the following types of games: Logic puzzles. gbrainy provides different difficulty levels making gbrainy enjoyable for kids, adults or senior citizens. It is designed for GNOME and runs on top of GNU/Linux and different Unix flavours. gbrainy project's objectives gbrainy project's objectives are: To produce gbrainy, a free and open brain teaser game for Linux, Windows and other platforms. Frequently asked questions There is a collection of Frequently asked questions about gbrainy. Screenshots These are some screenshots of gbrainy: Requirements gbrainy requires: intltool 0.35 or higher Mono 1.1.7 or higher GTK and GTK Sharp 2.10 or higher librsvg 2.2 or higher Cairo 1.2 or higher Mono.Addins 0.3 or higher In a standard Ubuntu installation the packages required to compile gbrainy are: intltool, mono-gmcs, mono-devel, libmono-dev, libgnome2-dev, libgnomeui-dev, libmono-cairo2.0-cil. Download Source code .
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