Provided by: ace-of-penguins_1.3-3_i386 bug

NAME

       ace-of_penguins - Solitaire-games with penguin-look

SYNOPSIS

         ace-canfield
         ace-freecell
         ace-golf
         ace-mastermind
         ace-merlin
         ace-minesweeper
         ace-pegged
         ace-solitaire
         ace-spider
         ace-taipei
         ace-taipedit
         ace-thornq

OPTIONS

       None.

DESCRIPTION

       From the author's intro.html: "The Ace of Penguins is a set of Unix/X
       solitaire games based on the ones available for Windows(tm) but with a
       number of enhancements that make my wife like my versions better :-)"

       ace-canfield
           Solitary card-game

       ace-freecell
           Solitary card-game

       ace-spider
           Solitary card-game

       ace-solitaire
           Solitary card-game

       ace-thornq
           Solitary card-game

       ace-golf
           Another solitary card-game

       ace-mastermind
           Guess a secret combination of colors.

       ace-merlin
           Classical puzzle, rather frustrating.

       ace-minesweeper
           Find all hidden mines in a minefield.

       ace-pegged
           Classical board game.

       ace-taipei
           Asian puzzle, remove pairs of equal stones.

       ace-taipedit
           Editor for your own ace-taipei levels.

KEYS

       All games use the same library of functions and thus the same keys:

       F1  Online help.

       Esc Esc or "Q" to leave the game.

NOTES

       The upstream author DJ Delorie has written an informative webpage which
       is installed in /usr/share/doc/ace-of-penguins/intro.html

       The original binaries were renamed to include prefix ace-* to avoid
       name clashes.

BUGS

       If  you  encounter  any bugs in this package, please report them to the
       Debian Bug Tracking System at http://bugs.debian.org/.

ENVIRONMENT

       None.

FILES

       None.

SEE ALSO

       Other games in /usr/games

AUTHORS

       Programs are by DJ Delorie, some by Martin Thornquist.

       This manual page was writen 1999-09-09 by Thimo Neubauer
       <thimo@debian.org> for the Debian GNU system (but may be used by
       others). Updated 2007-09-03 by Jari Aalto <jari.aalto@cante.net>.
       Released under license GPL v2 or (at your option) any later version.