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Date:      Thu, 5 Jul 2007 23:48:37 -0400
From:      Parv <parv@pair.com>
To:        Andriy Babiy <ABabiy@shaw.ca>
Cc:        FreeBSD-questions <FreeBSD-questions@freebsd.org>
Subject:   Re: game advice
Message-ID:  <20070706034837.GA5650@holestein.holy.cow>
In-Reply-To: <200707051929.07747.ABabiy@shaw.ca>
References:  <200707051929.07747.ABabiy@shaw.ca>

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in message <200707051929.07747.ABabiy@shaw.ca>,
wrote Andriy Babiy thusly...
>
> Could anyone share their gaming experiences? My son is 8 years
> old. Card games and balls are good, but I think he wants something
> more dynamic rather than educational :-) On one machine, with
> recent video card, I plan to install glest for him. Another
> machine has P-III and Matrox 8 Mb. Is there anything "peaceful"
> but dynamic enough for an older video card?

I am not 8 years old anymore, so I cannot say what your son would
like but should be suitable for your computers.  I personally like
atris & xpuzzletama, my sister likes xjewel more -- all three are
tetris like in one way or other.

Oh, there is also koth (& scorched3D) which takes^Wtests patience &
aiming skills.  I remember a Mac version (around 1994-1997) being
not so hard.


  - Parv

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