Braingame with 9 buttons
You have to colour the nine fields back to the way they were
at the beginning (this means green in the middle and red in the rest),
after the computer changed them accidentally.
The fields will change their colour (a bunch at a time) from red to
green and vice versa when you click on them with the mouse.
The idea came from any computer magazine. But I don't remember
which one or who the author was.
I wrote it in Delphi to practice the use of its components. And, to get
familiar with the Qt library I finally ported it to Linux.
Choose 'Spiel' / 'Neues Spiel' in the menu to make the program
mix the fields. This is done by 'clicking' on fields just like a player
would. You can select the number of clicks in order to determine the
Try to colour the fields back to the way they were at the
beginning in as few clicks as possible. The mouse cursor shows which
fields will change their colour at a click on the selected field.
The program will count your clicks and give you a result message at the
end, rating your skilness.
Switch is Freeware.
There are versions for
MS-16-bit-Windows (Vers.1.0, 106 kB; Win3.x), for MS-32-bit-Windows (Vers.1.0, 111
kB; Win9x/NT/2K; upx
compressed) and for Linux (Vers.1.0,
Linux 2.x, Qt 2.2, libc.so.6, ld-linux.so.2).
There is no handbook or online help available at this time.
There is no warranty for the program.
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warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. The
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