A suite of educational games for young children
Childsplay is a suite of educational games for young children, like gcompris, but without the overkill of c/c++ and the gnome environ.
Also the use of the SDL libraries makes smooth animation and the playing of sound very easy.
Childsplay uses a plugin system for the games, so you might want to check the Childsplay plugins page. (There are two built-in games: memory and a typing game.)
- Download package
osc -A https://api.opensuse.org checkout Education/childsplay && cd $_
- Create Badge
|childsplay-1.6.tar.bz2||0012290051 11.7 MB|
|childsplay-admin.desktop||0000000345 345 Bytes|
|childsplay-locale.patch||0000001347 1.32 KB|
|childsplay-missing_exceptions_module.patch||0000000443 443 Bytes|
|childsplay-rpmlintrc||0000000112 112 Bytes|
|childsplay.changes||0000004669 4.56 KB|
|childsplay.desktop||0000000476 476 Bytes|
|childsplay.spec||0000007061 6.9 KB|
|childsplay.xpm||0000019549 19.1 KB|
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I find it very necessary to create a game that can be played and learned at the same time for students. It helps students relieve stress and train their brains. for example, world of mario